Take a guided walk through the history and mystery of the meditative labyrinth on the full-size, Chartres-style stone labyrinth at Edgar Cayces A.R.E. in Virginia Beach, Va.
Butcher Brown - Virginia Noir - full album, The full album, "Virginia Noir" by Butcher Brown, 2016. I'm not the owner of these songs. If you like this music you can buy it from https://butcherbrownmusic.bandcamp.com/album/virginia-noir 01. Headlights - 00:00 02. Penthouse Rendezvous - 03:13 03. Fiat - 06:14 04. Pontchartrain Causeway - 09:58 05. Dusk on Crenshaw - 14:56 06. Labyrinth - 17:32 07. Virginia Noir 23:11 08. Last Call - 27:28 09. World Tour - 30:02 10. Rule #1 - 32:32 11. Round Table Montage - 34:22 12. Fade to Black - 36:59
Our family celebrates World Labyrinth Day at the Labyrinth Spa in Bedford VA.
Virginia and Jon on the Rosy Path in Eugene
This video is the fourth episode in our #prayasyougo Lenten series. In this episode you'll learn a method of prayer that gets your whole body involved. Visit the church website (www.firstumchickory.org) to find an accompanying blog post by the same title as this video which includes a printable labyrinth you may trace at your desk or at home.
The world’s preeminent labyrinth historian, Jeff Saward, talks about the appearance of labyrinths over 4000 years ago and their ancient use in Europe, Africa, the Far East, the Northern Isles and the Americas. The Rev. Dr. Cheryl F. Dudley, a pastor of the American Baptist Churches, comments on the nature of walking labyrinths as a group, joining together with others in community as a joyous experience. The labyrinth archetype is prevalent in many cultures as an expression of the soul’s path and as a symbolic tool for life’s mythic events. From the classical labyrinth found on the Minoan coins of Knossos to the elaborate 11 circuit medieval labyrinth in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France, those that have survived hold a certain aura, drawing us in as we gaze at a photo, trace with our fingers or reverentially walk them. We owe these ancient artists a debt of gratitude for the flowering of labyrinths we see around the world today - in all their myriad permutations. Labyrinth walking can be as simple as stepping onto the path, or it can be a highly structured exercise in mindfulness, peacemaking, conflict resolution, chakra alignment, or healing. Walking alone is a different experience from walking in a group, just as a candlelit canvas labyrinth experienced indoors is different from a moss covered one out in the woods. Among seasoned labyrinth walkers there is a saying, “Each time is different because you are different each time. You are walking for a reason even you might not understand in the moment. Let go and let be.” This is an excerpt from the Labyrinth Society DVD 'Labyrinths for Our Time' which is available for purchase in hard copy or in the near future as a digital download. For the full video see: https://www.createspace.com/295431
When thinking of labyrinths, you might imagine a maze filled with twists and turns, or perhaps a hero battling a minotaur in the middle. In reality, a labyrinth is a tool crafted by many ancient cultures that is becoming increasingly relevant in our modern, chaotic times. Anyone seeking clarity and peace can walk in a labyrinth as a meditative and creative journey. With artist, educators, and a disparate band of fifteen students, Eliza built the first labyrinth in Lyon, France, this summer. She will share her global insights as well as how to take advantage of local labyrinths. Keep an open mind to the unexpected. When faced with a challenge, Eliza Pillsbury will not back down. Unless it is a sport, in which case she will gracefully leave that particular challenge to a more capable individual. Eliza is a romantic at heart, and is determined to move to France after college. She attends Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts as a theatre student. She loves Polaroid photography, Jane Austen, experimental theatre, and Wes Anderson films. Anyone who wants to start an argument with Eliza should challenge the literary validity of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman, but only if prepared to encounter Eliza when she gets excited about something. She yearns to explore, create, travel, and tell stories. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Labyrinth is that Bowie/Jim Henson movie I saw once. Virginia Jones (@badiniadones), standup comic and delight, has seen it A LOT. I learn Jennifer Connelly invented Cosplay. Holy smokes with this movie. I learn stuff I didn’t know about Goth. It’s a delight. 2:30 RIGHT away we find out about “Dark Nerds” and the game “REAL DOG/PUPPET DOG” 16:30 we Weed off into discussing our opinion of Birds. 39:13 Me with a great question, as Bowie is musician, “is there a soundtrack?” Donate to The Dork Forest at www.dorkforest.com or www.jackiekashian.com My new album “I Am Not the Hero of This Story” available on Amazon, iTunes and hard copy if you want it signed on the website. As well as TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ USE THE AMAZON banner when you order your own dorky goodness. Audio leveling by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos: www.hiredguncoding.com Feb intro Phone Bonus.
"Labyrinth Journeys" is a 27-minute documentary which presents the stories of individuals who use the labyrinth as a tool for healing, rehabilitation, stress reduction, meditation, spiritual awareness and playful exploration. Visit http://www.labyrinthjourneysfilm.com