Labyrinths & Labyrinthing

Next Sunday Sessions Live -
Sunday 17th January, at 2pm Irish Time

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Labyrinths & Labyrinthing
including ancient labyrinth origins, labyrinth stories symbolism, and their use today

Labyrinths have been created and used by humans for, it seems, at least 15,000 years. Ever since humans learned the craft of converting calibrations into maths and geometry. This seems to have a Babylonian origin. But why were humans motivated to create them?

During this Sunday Session we will explore the wonder of these ancient labyrinths. This includes exploring the symbolism of the best known labyrinth, with the Minotaur in Knossos, Crete. Also included will be the origin of the Labyrinth names, which is something very different to those spiral of circles. I will also question why water and milk pouring on small stone labyrinths became tradition.

Of course, I will introduce you to our Labyrinth Gardens here at Carrowcrory, how labyrinths are used for inspiration, motivation, divinity connection, storytelling, mindfulness, and mental health therapy today.

Also some discussion about our intrusion of  this human calibrated geometry onto landscapes, and even dare to call it 'sacred'. So, how can Labyrinths function as part of the whole of nature? 

Please join in and share your thoughts and your practices of and with Labyrinths.

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Labyrinths & Labyrinthing, including ancient labyrinth origins, labyrinth stories symbolism, and their use today

Please contact me to present your Labyrinths on this show. You can send me a pre-recorded video or audio file. I can arrange a pre-recorded interview with you. But best choice of all is for you to join in the show live from 2pm Sunday 17th January 2021? 

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