Tag Archives: Labyrinth

How Can a Labyrinth Help in the Grieving Process? An Interview with Lauren Artress, Part Two

In the second part of our interview with Reverend Lauren Artress, we discuss her path to the labyrinth, labyrinth etiquette (hint: there isn't such a thing) and the sacred space initiated and contained in the labyrinth pattern

Reverend Lauren Artress is an inspiring Canon at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, and a spiritual pioneer in the Labyrinth Movement. She has written many books on the labyrinth and holds workshops around the world. Lauren’s labyrinth-based nonprofit, Veriditas, has the mission … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Find Your Way With a Labyrinth

Labyrinths create a sacred container for end-of-life and memorial ceremonies

Our tip of the week: Labyrinths have been with us for thousands of years. The Reverend Lauren Artress uses labyrinths in ritual, and champions its use as a tool for emotional and spiritual healing in the grieving process. In a … Continue reading

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How Can a Labyrinth Help in the Grieving Process? An Interview with Lauren Artress, Part One

In the first part of our two-part interview, SevenPonds speaks with Reverend Lauren Artress about what it is like to walk a labyrinth and the ways that a labyrinth can help with the grieving process

Reverend Lauren Artress is an inspiring Canon at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, and a spiritual pioneer in the Labyrinth Movement. She has written many books on the labyrinth and holds workshops around the world. Lauren’s labyrinth-based nonprofit, Veriditas, has the mission … Continue reading

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