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Wed 17 Apr 2019 @ 21:38
RT @CanonOakleyIn the Wilderness by Robert Graves. I love the idea of the scapegoat keeping Christ company. #APoemADay https://t.co/19UPaXXUfZ
Author(s): Sally Welch
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There is a rapidly growing group - church leaders and lay people alike - who are interested in the labyrinth as an aid to prayer and reflection and who appreciate this form of spirituality for its freedom and the unmediated space it offers. Many people on the fringes of mainstream church have found labyrinths to be a way to focus their prayers and explore their own spirituality in a non-judgemental and open setting.
Following on from her introductory volume, Walking the Labyrinth, Sally Welch now offers an imaginative resource for all who use the labyrinth in their worship and spiritual practice. It includes ideas for using labyrinths in different settings, such as with children, those with learning difficulties, the elderly, in hospices, as part of a retreat and with seasonal emphases at different times of the year.
It includes practical advice on how to create labyrinths in different settings and ideas for themed workshops and quiet days, suggestions for musical accompaniment and other aids.
Sally Welch is the Spirituality Adviser for the Diocese of Oxford and a priest in Oxford with special responsibility for children and families. An experienced labyrinth facilitator, she is the author of Walking the Labyrinth, Every Place is Holy Ground and other books on pilgrimage.