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labyrinth lovers newsreel


The labyrinth lovers newsreel is a dynamic offering of presentations, discussion groups, webinars, videos and more, created by members, for members, promoting the flourishing of the labyrinth in as many directions as we have vision to take it. Each column below has details for the zoom session and topic coordinator, and links to any past recordings.

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2022 - 29 October
"After Chartres"
Hand labyrinth meditation with
Sue Thomas

Recording is here. The sharing sessions after the meditations are not recorded to provide privacy for the attendees.

2022 - 12 November
Chartres slide-show and sharing with Sue Thomas

The recording is here. Such a delight to hear Sue's stories and insights along with more photos of Chartres and the labyrinth.

2022 - 27 November "How to labyrinth when you don't have one nearby" with Kim Adele

Kim shares ways of creating labyrinths on paper and with found objects, among other creative ways of bringing the labyrinth into your life. The recording is here, and the slides will be mailed to people who registered.

2022 - 13 March - Autumn

Autumn Finger Labyrinth Meditation with Ange Virgona with lovely music by Max Richter.

2022 - 30 April - Breathing in the Labyrinth

A finger labyrinth meditation facilitated by Sue Thomas.

2022 - 22 May - Brainstorming the next steps for the ALN

Stemming from the Gathering and our brainstorming session there, we took the discussion further on Legacy labyrinths, Labyrinths for mental health, the library labyrinth awareness project and discussion on what the Regional Reps do.

Here's the recording.

If you want to refresh what the Gathering's brainstorming session was, have a look here. Contact admin@aln.org.au if you would like to be part of a working group to make any of these things happen!

2022 - 19 June
Labyrinth (Life) Journey with Louise Mason

Louise shares her story of creating a wall labyrinth and the way her life journey became intertwined in the design.

2022 - 18 August  Grounded Balance

Hand labyrinth meditation with Jessica Fleming - recording.

Reflections after the meditation are not recorded to preserve confidentiality - you had to be there!


#15 how the labyrinth encourages community

Lead by Elizabeth Schiemer & Jessica Fleming, this session asks the question "What is the best thing that has happened to you from being at a Labyrinth Gathering, or walking the labyrinth in community?"

recording

#17 finger labyrinth meditation with Ange Virgona - on pilgrimage

Ange shares his experiences of pilgrimage and the use of the labyrinth as part of that practice, even when he's "only at home".

recording

#19 in conversation with Amanda Lohrey

Amanda is the prize-winning Australian author of the book "The Labyrinth", interviewed by Tina Christensen.

recording

#20 reconciliation video & discussion

Join Tina Christensen and other labyrinth lovers as we consider the place of the labyrinth in the wider conversation of reconciliation.

recording

#11 sharing circle - temporary labyrinths

Mark Healy convenes a group discussion on how we make and use temporary labyrinths

recording

#7 aussie music & musos

Christina Rowntree in discussion with musos and facilitators about how to choose and use music in labyrinth walks, and spotlighting Aussie musos.

Recording

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#13 labyrinth as soul container

Christina Rowntree facilitates an experience of the labyrinth as a Soul Container using a finger labyrinth meditation and discussion.

recording

#8 letting go - meditation

Sue Thomas leads us in a finger labyrinth meditation with poetry from Noel Davis

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#14 sharing circle - stories of transformation

Mark Healy shares his own transformation story, and invites people to share how the labyrinth has enabled transformation  in our lives.

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#10 in conversation

Winning the trifecta - low cost, council approval, community labyrinth in the park. Tina Christensen interviews Joy Bowles about the labyrinth she caused in Armidale, northern NSW.

Recording

#4 in conversation

Tina Christensen & Barossa and Bunbury Community Labyrinth Creators

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#1 winter solstice meditation

Christina Rowntree

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#5 messy home spun labyrinth walk

Joy Bowles takes us for a walk down the garden path into her mown grass labyrinth.

Recording

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#2 building local community

Jessica Fleming, Randal Dennings & Misha Collins

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#6 in conversation

Tina Christensen & Sue Sheridan

InterPlay and the Labyrinth

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#3 sharing circle

Mark Healy

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