Books and Media on Labyrinth Walking

Books

Walking a Sacred Path Paperback - 201 pages.
This is the book that started the Labyrinth Revival for millions of people. Lauren invites us to share in this mystical tradition with clarity and intelligence. This is the book to take with you on your sacred journey with the labyrinth.

The Labyrinth, Symbol of Fear, Rebirth, and Liberation Paperback : 193 pages.

The author, a teacher in Germany, takes a reflective and playful approach to the symbology of the labyrinth. Lots of information about the myths and medieval tales of the labyrinth. Good for your library if you really want some background.

Labyirnth in culture and Society by Jacques Attali
An attempt to understand coded messages and modern interactive thinking, including the Internet, through the symbol of the labyrinth. In this cultural history, Attali shows that nonlinear searching has always been a part of cultures and may well become more important in the future. Color photos & illustrations.

Earth Prayers From Around the World by Elizabeth Roberts and Elias Amidon
The acclaimed bestseller Earth Prayers (more than 150,000 sold!) is now available in a gorgeous, boxed gift package along with the music it inspired: Earth Songs, a CD written and recorded by Narada's top artists. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

The Little Book of Prayers, editor: David Schiller
Drawn from a wide array of sources from around the globe, an eclectic collection of prayers includes hundreds of spiritual supplications, from the familiar--the Lord's Prayer and the 23rd Psalm--to prayers from the Koran, the Bodhisattva, and the poetry of Rumi. Original.

The Mystic Spiral: Journey of the Soul, by Jill Purce
Paperback: 128 (8 1/2 X 11) color pages
Many superb images in beautiful color photos illustrating the spiral design as a cosmic symbol. Jill traces the sacred spiral as one of man and womankind's central symbols from stone art through Chinese Yin Yang symbol to the whorls of Celtic crosses. Engrossing commentary and contemplative images. I recommend this beautiful book as a gift to yourself or a friend.

The Archetype of Pilgrimage, by Jean Dalby Clift & Wallace B. Clift
Paperback: 181 pages
Comprehensive book that explores the universality of pilgrimage: includes chapters on "Why People Go" "The quest for Meaning" and "Pilgrimage motifs in Dreams". A very well thought out book with affirming information for our own pilgrimage to labyrinth sites.

Videos

Labyrinth, The History of the Maze Video: Approximately 30 minutes (VHS)
Discover the secret meanings and religious significance of the maze, and visit some of the most astounding and beautiful examples of this mystical design. Recommended to show your friends the difference between maze and labyrinths. Good visual introduction.

Compact Discs

Heal Your Love
Mindful Christian Mediation by Georgiana Lotfy.

On the Path-Music for Walking the Labyrinth, by David Blonski

The Fairy Ring
Soothing music for walking the labyrinth or meditation. I call this "Music to open the heart."

Suzanne Ciani: The Velocity of love

Spirit Winds, Native American Flute

Vision: The Music of Hildegard Von Bingen

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