An Introduction to the Labyrinth
Labyrinths for Our Time, a short documentary film
A PowerPoint presentation on the history, use and spiritual significance of the labyrinth followed by Q&A.
Labyrinth Walk and Refreshments
Labyrinths for our Time:
Places of Refuge in a Hectic World
This multi-faceted documentary features labyrinth experts from all over the world speaking about the value and benefit of labyrinths in public places including churches, prisons, hospitals, schools and universities, parks, and recreation areas.
Hear labyrinth historians, labyrinth builders, hospital administrators, counselors, religious officials, and teachers talk about labyrinths as the center point for many activities, including employee health, team building, curriculum development, creative problem resolution, ceremonies, spiritual care, and holistic healing within traditional medical settings.
Learn how to approach decision makers with the facts that will help facilitate acceptance of a labyrinth project. This DVD makes an effective case for the installation and use of labyrinths as peaceful havens where people can rest, relax, appreciate life, enjoy contemplation, relieve stress, and enhance creative pursuits.
Sadelle Wiltshire, Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, will guide us through a multimedia presentation on the history and uses of labyrinths and then lead us on a a labyrinth walk.
Sadelle Wiltshire is a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, Certified Zentangle® Teacher (CZT) (a meditative drawing method), a fiber, jewelry and mixed media artist from Putney, Vermont. She has taught a wide variety of workshops from New England to Colorado. Sadelle’s art work is influenced by her Quaker faith and she enjoys practicing and teaching with a view towards mindfulness, creativity, and all things spiritual. She can be found online at www.tanglevermont.com
NOTE: This event is part of a Labyrinth Weekend with a Labyrinth Making Workshop Saturday morning and the actual making of a canvass labyrinth for Immanuel Retreat Center on Saturday afternoon. You may register for all events or any part(s) of the weekend.