Landscape of the Soul
by Di Williams;
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Labyrinth by Di Williams was published by Wild Goose Publications in January 2011 and is our 7427th best seller. The ISBN for Labyrinth is 9781849521857.
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LabyrinthMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Not the usual sort of book to find in the ‘Devotional’ category of our site, but although not written as a solely devotional book, the whole subject has a devotional aspect.
A Labyrinth is not a maze. Not what you find advertised in a maize field during the summer. A maze has dead ends and seeks to confuse, a labyrinth has one path which although it may have many twists and turns, leads steadily onwards to the centre.
Di Williams, an Anglican priest, has become an expert in the field having been captivated by the first labyrinth she came across. It fulfilled a deep seated need in caring for her ‘whole self, body, mind and spirit.’ She discovered that labyrinths are an ancient concept: they have been found in southern Europe and North Africa dating from as early as 2000 BCE. They are divided into four distinctive designs, Classical, Roman, Medieval and Contemporary. Obviously there is much more to this subject than most of us will have imagined.
The layout of the book, with its lovely photographs and quotations enables the book to be used as a devotional aid, but equally, the text that tells the story of labyrinths and how they can be used is fascinating. They have mushroomed in the UK in latter years, and descriptions of how they have been built were equally interesting to read.
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Details for Labyrinth
|Page last updated||7th October 2014|
|Author / Artist||Di Williams|
|Publisher||Wild Goose Publications (January 2011)|
|Number of Pages||95|