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Solvitur ambulando // It is solved by walking
Solvitur ambulando // It is solved by walking


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"Before there can be peace in the world, there must be healing. I believe the possibilities for the Global Healing Response are exciting and necessary at this time in history. Science is validating what we intuitively know, we are all connected—Everything is connected. With this knowledge, we can see how labyrinths can be used to promote peace in a global community. When we tap into the collective consciousness with a unified Healing intention, we are promoting cultural and social healing. Never underestimate the power of the labyrinth and unified Healing!"

Ellen Bintz Meuch, Saturday's featured speaker at our upcoming conference, will speak from experience when she shares "Transformative Uses of the Labyrinth: Where the Branches Grow."  In 2001 Ellen trained to be a certified facilitator with the labyrinth organization Veriditas. After creating a successful jail labyrinth program, she has since helped people all over the world get labyrinths into jails and prisons. She is a founding member of the Veriditas Council, serves as their Global Regional Representative Coordinator, and founded the Global Healing Response in 2005. 

In addition to her work with the labyrinth, Ellen holds a deep passion for social justice. Her initiatives include starting a book club and labyrinth program in the DuPage county jail, creating Sacred Ground Ministries, an anti-violence program in the Southside of Chicago, serving on the DuPage County Family Violence Council, and serving as a committee member for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration for DuPage County.
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Come walk with us! The Annual Gathering of the Labyrinth Society is October 16-18 in Waycross, Indiana. All our welcome to attend our public conference featuring keynote speakers, workshops, tours, temporary labyrinths, group walks, auction, marketplace, and networking!

#labyrinths   #labyrinth   #sacredgeometry   #walkingmeditation   #indiana   #waycross   #pilgrimage   #mindfulness   #sacredspace   #Geometry   #midwest  
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10 Ways To Be Present at The Labyrinth Society​ Annual Gathering

Along with registering for the three day conference, there are other ways to join us on site or from afar when we gather this October in Waycross, Indiana.
1.  Attend a pre-gathering workshop on Friday
2.  Reserve a seat on the bus for post-gathering tours
3.  Short on money or time? Register for Saturday only!
4.  Rent a vendor table to sell products or network
5.  Sell an item at the TLS store
6.  Build a temporary labyrinth on the grounds.

and / or from afar:

7.  Submit member images to share your recent projects with our community.
8.  Purchase ad space in the Gathering Program. Promote your business, tour, retreat, or personal message in the digital and printed guide received by all participants. Or sponsor a reception, speaker, item, or event.
9.  Donate to the silent auction to provide scholarships for next year's gathering.
10. Pass along our web flyer to help spread the word via social media.

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Celebrate the sixth annual World Labyrinth Day (WLD) on Saturday, May 2, 2015! The Labyrinth Society invites you to ‘Walk as One at 1" in the afternoon, joining others around the globe to create a wave of peaceful energy washing across the time zones.

For those new to labyrinths, find one (or dozens!) in your area using the World Wide Labyrinth Locator. You can also learn to draw or build a simple labyrinth with links in our resources section below.

Members of the Labyrinth Society are encouraged to facilitate group walks at public labyrinths to engage the community and amplify our collective energy. World Labyrinth Day is also a great opportunity to introduce others to the path by organizing lectures, workshops, tours, book readings, art exhibitions, or building temporary or permanent labyrinths. 

If you are unable to ‘Walk as One at 1’ other opportunities to participate include tracing a finger labyrinth on paper or using a mobile app. Labyrinth walks and events can also be held in the morning or evening, as others will be walking in unison with you in other time zones. Just as there are a wide variety of uses of the labyrinth, creativity and multiplicity are encouraged. 

Here are Eleven Ways to Celebrate World Labyrinth Day

-Walk as One at 1 (or as time permits) 
-Trace or draw a finger labyrinth on paper or using a smartphone or tablet app
-Facilitate or join a group walk
-Host or join a lecture, workshop, art exhibition or tour
-Build a temporary or permanent labyrinth
-Discover a new labyrinth or submit an unlisted site to the Labyrinth Locator
-Write a blog post, newsletter submission, letter to the editor, or article for print or the internet
-Share and view WLD stories, photos, videos on Social Media using the hashtag #LabyrinthDay
-Read labyrinth books, watch movies, or sing songs
-Create a labyrinth art project, exhibition, or drawing class
-Help spread the word by posting flyers, sharing on social media, and listing your event on our facebook group:

for more information see:
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