Walking The Labyrinth Paperback
A Spiritual and Practical Guide
by Sally Welch;
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Walking The Labyrinth
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Walking The Labyrinth by Sally Welch was published by Canterbury Press in March 2010 and is our 21462nd best seller. The ISBN for Walking The Labyrinth is 9781848250031.
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Walking the LabyrinthDeborah Reynolds, via The Good Book Stall
In an age of somewhat diffuse spirituality the suggestion of walking a labyrinth is something people are beginning to be aware of. However, there are not many books around which explain how to venture on such an activity. This is where Sally Welch’s book becomes an invaluable tool. It is easily read and practical outlining what a labyrinth is and the underlying Christian tradition behind such a walk. It then goes on to describe how it can be used for prayer and reflection both individually and in groups, where labyrinths can be found and detailed instructions as to how one can be made and used. And if that is not enough then are some suggested labyrinth activities and liturgies at the back of the book.
Also, in case anyone is not able to get to a full-size labyrinth there are helpful suggestions and templates for using finger labyrinths which can be made to e.g. sit on top of a desk, fit in a handbag.
Reading this book certainly made me want to visit Chartres Cathedral in France where the finest labyrinth is in existence.
As Bishop Stephen Cottrell says in his forward ‘the labyrinth is a place of healing and celebration, and a place where new direction for life is sought and found’. This book goes a long way in helping anyone take the first step on that journey.
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Details for Walking The Labyrinth
|Page last updated||19th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Sally Welch|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (March 2010)|
|Number of Pages||160|