Media

The Labyrinth Society Media module contains categorized information about labyrinths and labyrinth related activities that can be downloaded via embedded videos, podcasts (mp3, mp4), YouTube videos and more. As the selection grows, more categories will appear, so be sure to check back often.

Many Paths, Many Visions

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August 14, Robin Dilley

MPMV Episode with Robin Dilley
Tue, Aug 14, 2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

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August 28: Jeff Saward
September 6: Toby Evans
September 7: Maia Scott
September 13: Frank Faine
September 20: Lars Howlett

Listen to "Many Paths, Many Visions" on Spreaker or peruse our archive of previous episodes by category below.

    • Constructing A Stone Mosaic Labyrinth with Jeffrey Bale: Capturing Nature and Her Patterns. Join Christiana and Oregon native, garden designer, and stone artist, Jeffrey Bale, as they discuss his lifelong love of stone, the installation locations in Washington State and New Zealand, and the methods behind his passion.

    • The Labyrinth Scene in Washington State, with Dan Niven. Seattle native and creator and administrator of the Western Washington Labyrinth Network, Dan shares his passion for designing, and building labyrinths, in the Seattle area, that provide people with transformative experiences.

    • Soundscapes and Labyrinths: what’s the Connection? Portland OR resident, classical composer, and bio-musician, Susan Alexjander, shares her vision of interconnectedness through sound and the labyrinth metaphor and symbolism.

    • Using Labyrinths to Dissolve Boundaries Through Artistic Expression and Social Engagement, with artist, social activist and 2016 Gathering featured speaker, Reginald Adams. Join us as we discuss his community building labyrinth work with Houston area high school students. 

    • One Man’s Journey Down a Sandy Path. Sand labyrinth artist and creator, Denny Dyke, shares his journey and 2017 TLS Gathering lecture topic with host, Christiana Brinton and they are joined by his crew: detail artist, Christine Moehring and photographer, Pamela Hansen.

    • What Does It Mean to Honor the Labyrinth Environment & Co-Create with Nature? Please join Stephen Shibley and me as we explore the theme of the 2017 TLS Gathering in the context of the Bainbridge Island and Islandwood Eco-Center settings and as it relates to Stephen's workshop topic and poster presentation.

    • Combining Art, Spirituality and Service Through the Labyrinth: Making a Difference One Labyrinth at a Time. Join Christiana and her guests, Debi and Marty Kermeen, the well-known dynamic duo of the global labyrinth community and featured speakers at the 2016 Houston Gathering, as they discuss the personal and community impact of the Kermeen’s numerous labyrinth installations.

    • Constructing A Stone Mosaic Labyrinth with Jeffrey Bale: Capturing Nature and Her Patterns. Join Christiana and Oregon native, garden designer, and stone artist, Jeffrey Bale, as they discuss his lifelong love of stone, the installation locations in Washington State and New Zealand, and the methods behind his passion.

    • The Labyrinth Scene in Washington State, with Dan Niven. Seattle native and creator and administrator of the Western Washington Labyrinth Network, Dan shares his passion for designing, and building labyrinths, in the Seattle area, that provide people with transformative experiences.

    • Labyrinths In Prisons: A Case Study.  Beth Mace, of the founding members of the New England Labyrinth Guild, will discuss her groups’ work within a Medium Security State Prison and the impact this six-year-old labyrinth program has had on the women inmates. Beth shared a poster presentation of this study during the Research Sharing Circle on Thursday afternoon of the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.  

    • Coming Home to Ourselves; Walking the Triple Spiral Labyrinth. Ordained Interfaith Minister, Sacred Sites guide, and director of Anam Cara Connections, guest, Kathleen Verigin, explores her love of an ancient, pre-Celtic labyrinth design and the ministry she’s created to connect people to Celtic Spirituality.

    • From Seed to Harvest; The Story of Sydney’s First Permanent Public Labyrinth.  Join Christiana and Aussie, Emily Simpson, as we explore the process she experienced when she decided to follow her passion in her hometown of Sydney, AU.

    • Using Labyrinths to Dissolve Boundaries Through Artistic Expression and Social Engagement, with artist, social activist and 2016 Gathering featured speaker, Reginald Adams. Join us as we discuss his community building labyrinth work with Houston area high school students. 

    • One Man’s Journey Down a Sandy Path. Sand labyrinth artist and creator, Denny Dyke, shares his journey and 2017 TLS Gathering lecture topic with host, Christiana Brinton and they are joined by his crew: detail artist, Christine Moehring and photographer, Pamela Hansen.

    • How Do You Seed An Entire Continent and It’s Island Partner with Labyrinths? Join me and Lorraine Rodda as we talk about the Australian Labyrinth Network and the vibrant labyrinth scene “Down Under.”

    • Miracles, Mystery & Meaning on the Labyrinth with Holly Carnegie Letcher. Holly is a TLS 2017 Gathering workshop presenter and has created a Vancouver Island, CA Labyrinth Pilgrimage in October that directly precedes the Gathering. Join us as she shares her workshop topic and the labyrinths she wishes to share with visitors on her lovely island home.

    • Soundscapes and Labyrinths: what’s the Connection? Portland OR resident, classical composer, and bio-musician, Susan Alexjander, shares her vision of interconnectedness through sound and the labyrinth metaphor and symbolism.

    • How to Build a Labyrinth Organization 101. Join Christiana and David Gallagher as they talk about his unique experiences with labyrinths, his involvement in the early TLS years, and his 20 years as Executive Director.

    • Bountiful Harvest; A Founder’s First Impressions. Neal provides his perspective on the fledgling years of TLS, how he became involved, and how this influenced his own labyrinth journey. He also talks about his stint as Moderator for the Bountiful Harvest Panel at the TLS Gathering this year.

    • The First 10 Years Through the Eyes of a TLS Founding Member: MPMV guest, Annette Reynolds, shares her memories of the early TLS years: the people, the places, and the synchronistic events that shaped and defined TLS. Annette also talks about her latest labyrinth passion as the Director and Steward of a sacred underground cave system in northwestern Alabama, Manitou Cave.

    • TLS Membership Chair, Janice Lewis, discusses creating diversity within the labyrinth community through an inner city program that uses labyrinths, mandalas, and peace circles to help at-risk youth create better coping skills and habits.

    • Bountiful Harvest; A Founder’s First Impressions. Neal provides his perspective on the fledgling years of TLS, how he became involved, and how this influenced his own labyrinth journey. He also talks about his stint as Moderator for the Bountiful Harvest Panel at the TLS Gathering this year.

    • Mapping Labyrinths: One Man’s Passion. Join Rev. Warren Lynn and Christiana for a discussion about his online, North American digital maps highlighting labyrinth and facilitator locations, and labyrinth and local tourist information. Warren and Christiana also talk about his gift to the TLS 2018 20th Anniversary Gathering: a virtual, Chicagoland, IL area map perfect for creating pilgrimage routes for pre-or-post-Gathering labyrinth walking and sightseeing

    • Miracles, Mystery & Meaning on the Labyrinth with Holly Carnegie Letcher. Holly is a TLS 2017 Gathering workshop presenter and has created a Vancouver Island, CA Labyrinth Pilgrimage in October that directly precedes the Gathering. Join us as she shares her workshop topic and the labyrinths she wishes to share with visitors on her lovely island home.

    • Weaving Peacemaking with Social Justice on the Labyrinth. Listen to Rev. Dr.  Kathyrn McLean as she talks about her life’s work and passion. Dr. McLean is an ordained Presbyterian minister, Chaplain, Spiritual Director, and a Veriditas certified Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator. She is also a scheduled workshop presenter at the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.

    • Labyrinths In Prisons: A Case Study.  Beth Mace, of the founding members of the New England Labyrinth Guild, will discuss her groups’ work within a Medium Security State Prison and the impact this six-year-old labyrinth program has had on the women inmates. Beth shared a poster presentation of this study during the Research Sharing Circle on Thursday afternoon of the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.  

    • Can Walking a Labyrinth Help Tech Savvy College Students Reconnect? Join guest speaker, Dr. Nancy Bandiera, the Publications Chair for The Labyrinth Society (2015-2016) and a college professor at La Guardia Community College in New York, as she discusses using labyrinths to engage her students and help them succeed. 

    • Labyrinth Around America; A Brit & His Pilgrimage. Clive and Christiana discuss Clive’s first segment of his, Labyrinth Around America”, project and the labyrinths he loves dearly in his neck of the UK. 

    • Labyrinths and the Chakra System; Healing Circuit by Circuit. Ruta, a resident and citizen of Lithuania, has been using her transpersonal gifts in conjunction with Reiki, as a Master Teacher, to heal others for many years and now incorporates labyrinths in her healing techniques as well.  Join us as we talk about her life with labyrinths and her 2017 TLS Gathering Workshop.

    • TLS Membership Chair, Janice Lewis, discusses creating diversity within the labyrinth community through an inner city program that uses labyrinths, mandalas, and peace circles to help at-risk youth create better coping skills and habits.

    • In the Heart of a City; Labyrinths as Respite, with guest, Janice Lewis, a volunteer with Chicago Lights; a community outreach organization located at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois.  Chicago Lights offers comprehensive social service programs for at-risk youth, the homeless, and the disadvantaged across the Chicagoland area. Janice volunteers with a number of their programs and uses labyrinths as a foundational piece in her workshops, retreats and classes. 

    • Going with the Flow Naturally with Traci McMerritt. Traci, a past TLS Gathering workshop presenter, explains how walking a labyrinth with others in nature, and connecting through laughter and eye contact, can lead to meaningful interactions and self-discovery. 

    • How Do You Seed An Entire Continent and It’s Island Partner with Labyrinths? Join me and Lorraine Rodda as we talk about the Australian Labyrinth Network and the vibrant labyrinth scene “Down Under.”

    • Weaving Peacemaking with Social Justice on the Labyrinth. Listen to Rev. Dr.  Kathyrn McLean as she talks about her life’s work and passion. Dr. McLean is an ordained Presbyterian minister, Chaplain, Spiritual Director, and a Veriditas certified Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator. She is also a scheduled workshop presenter at the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.

    • Combining Art, Spirituality and Service Through the Labyrinth: Making a Difference One Labyrinth at a Time. Join Christiana and her guests, Debi and Marty Kermeen, the well-known dynamic duo of the global labyrinth community and featured speakers at the 2016 Houston Gathering, as they discuss the personal and community impact of the Kermeen’s numerous labyrinth installations.

    • Labyrinths In Prisons: A Case Study.  Beth Mace, of the founding members of the New England Labyrinth Guild, will discuss her groups’ work within a Medium Security State Prison and the impact this six-year-old labyrinth program has had on the women inmates. Beth shared a poster presentation of this study during the Research Sharing Circle on Thursday afternoon of the 2016 Houston TLS Gathering.  

    • Can Walking a Labyrinth Help Tech Savvy College Students Reconnect? Join guest speaker, Dr. Nancy Bandiera, the Publications Chair for The Labyrinth Society (2015-2016) and a college professor at La Guardia Community College in New York, as she discusses using labyrinths to engage her students and help them succeed. 

    • From Seed to Harvest; The Story of Sydney’s First Permanent Public Labyrinth.  Join Christiana and Aussie, Emily Simpson, as we explore the process she experienced when she decided to follow her passion in her hometown of Sydney, AU.

    • TLS End-of-Year Donation Drive with #GivingTuesday. Katja Marquart, the TLS Finance Chair, shares information about TLS’s entrance into the Social Media crowd funding site, #GivingTuesday, and what end of the year donations mean to TLS

    • Labyrinth Around America; A Brit & His Pilgrimage. Clive and Christiana discuss Clive’s first segment of his, Labyrinth Around America”, project and the labyrinths he loves dearly in his neck of the UK. 

    • Using Labyrinths to Dissolve Boundaries Through Artistic Expression and Social Engagement, with artist, social activist and 2016 Gathering featured speaker, Reginald Adams. Join us as we discuss his community building labyrinth work with Houston area high school students. 

    • How to Build a Labyrinth Organization 101. Join Christiana and David Gallagher as they talk about his unique experiences with labyrinths, his involvement in the early TLS years, and his 20 years as Executive Director.

    • TLS Membership Chair, Janice Lewis, discusses creating diversity within the labyrinth community through an inner city program that uses labyrinths, mandalas, and peace circles to help at-risk youth create better coping skills and habits.

    • The First 10 Years Through the Eyes of a TLS Founding Member: MPMV guest, Annette Reynolds, shares her memories of the early TLS years: the people, the places, and the synchronistic events that shaped and defined TLS. Annette also talks about her latest labyrinth passion as the Director and Steward of a sacred underground cave system in northwestern Alabama, Manitou Cave.

    • In the Heart of a City; Labyrinths as Respite, with guest, Janice Lewis, a volunteer with Chicago Lights; a community outreach organization located at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois.  Chicago Lights offers comprehensive social service programs for at-risk youth, the homeless, and the disadvantaged across the Chicagoland area. Janice volunteers with a number of their programs and uses labyrinths as a foundational piece in her workshops, retreats and classes. 

    • Going with the Flow Naturally with Traci McMerritt. Traci, a past TLS Gathering workshop presenter, explains how walking a labyrinth with others in nature, and connecting through laughter and eye contact, can lead to meaningful interactions and self-discovery. 

    • Miracles, Mystery & Meaning on the Labyrinth with Holly Carnegie Letcher. Holly is a TLS 2017 Gathering workshop presenter and has created a Vancouver Island, CA Labyrinth Pilgrimage in October that directly precedes the Gathering. Join us as she shares her workshop topic and the labyrinths she wishes to share with visitors on her lovely island home.

    • What Does It Mean to Honor the Labyrinth Environment & Co-Create with Nature? Please join Stephen Shibley and me as we explore the theme of the 2017 TLS Gathering in the context of the Bainbridge Island and Islandwood Eco-Center settings and as it relates to Stephen's workshop topic and poster presentation.

    • Combining Art, Spirituality and Service Through the Labyrinth: Making a Difference One Labyrinth at a Time. Join Christiana and her guests, Debi and Marty Kermeen, the well-known dynamic duo of the global labyrinth community and featured speakers at the 2016 Houston Gathering, as they discuss the personal and community impact of the Kermeen’s numerous labyrinth installations.

    • Coming Home to Ourselves; Walking the Triple Spiral Labyrinth. Ordained Interfaith Minister, Sacred Sites guide, and director of Anam Cara Connections, guest, Kathleen Verigin, explores her love of an ancient, pre-Celtic labyrinth design and the ministry she’s created to connect people to Celtic Spirituality.

    • From Seed to Harvest; The Story of Sydney’s First Permanent Public Labyrinth.  Join Christiana and Aussie, Emily Simpson, as we explore the process she experienced when she decided to follow her passion in her hometown of Sydney, AU.

    • Soundscapes and Labyrinths: what’s the Connection? Portland OR resident, classical composer, and bio-musician, Susan Alexjander, shares her vision of interconnectedness through sound and the labyrinth metaphor and symbolism.

    • What is the TLS 365 Experience? Join host, Christiana Brinton, and her guest, Lynda Tourloukis, as they discuss what makes walking a labyrinth every day, a life altering experience.

    • Labyrinth Around America; A Brit & His Pilgrimage. Clive and Christiana discuss Clive’s first segment of his, Labyrinth Around America”, project and the labyrinths he loves dearly in his neck of the UK. 

    • Labyrinths and the Chakra System; Healing Circuit by Circuit. Ruta, a resident and citizen of Lithuania, has been using her transpersonal gifts in conjunction with Reiki, as a Master Teacher, to heal others for many years and now incorporates labyrinths in her healing techniques as well.  Join us as we talk about her life with labyrinths and her 2017 TLS Gathering Workshop.

    • How to Build a Labyrinth Organization 101. Join Christiana and David Gallagher as they talk about his unique experiences with labyrinths, his involvement in the early TLS years, and his 20 years as Executive Director.

    • Bountiful Harvest; A Founder’s First Impressions. Neal provides his perspective on the fledgling years of TLS, how he became involved, and how this influenced his own labyrinth journey. He also talks about his stint as Moderator for the Bountiful Harvest Panel at the TLS Gathering this year.

    • Mapping Labyrinths: One Man’s Passion. Join Rev. Warren Lynn and Christiana for a discussion about his online, North American digital maps highlighting labyrinth and facilitator locations, and labyrinth and local tourist information. Warren and Christiana also talk about his gift to the TLS 2018 20th Anniversary Gathering: a virtual, Chicagoland, IL area map perfect for creating pilgrimage routes for pre-or-post-Gathering labyrinth walking and sightseeing

    • The First 10 Years Through the Eyes of a TLS Founding Member: MPMV guest, Annette Reynolds, shares her memories of the early TLS years: the people, the places, and the synchronistic events that shaped and defined TLS. Annette also talks about her latest labyrinth passion as the Director and Steward of a sacred underground cave system in northwestern Alabama, Manitou Cave.

    • What is the TLS 365 Experience? Join host, Christiana Brinton, and her guest, Lynda Tourloukis, as they discuss what makes walking a labyrinth every day, a life altering experience.

    • One Man’s Journey Down a Sandy Path. Sand labyrinth artist and creator, Denny Dyke, shares his journey and 2017 TLS Gathering lecture topic with host, Christiana Brinton and they are joined by his crew: detail artist, Christine Moehring and photographer, Pamela Hansen.

    • How Do You Seed An Entire Continent and It’s Island Partner with Labyrinths? Join me and Lorraine Rodda as we talk about the Australian Labyrinth Network and the vibrant labyrinth scene “Down Under.”

    • Constructing A Stone Mosaic Labyrinth with Jeffrey Bale: Capturing Nature and Her Patterns. Join Christiana and Oregon native, garden designer, and stone artist, Jeffrey Bale, as they discuss his lifelong love of stone, the installation locations in Washington State and New Zealand, and the methods behind his passion.

    • What Does It Mean to Honor the Labyrinth Environment & Co-Create with Nature? Please join Stephen Shibley and me as we explore the theme of the 2017 TLS Gathering in the context of the Bainbridge Island and Islandwood Eco-Center settings and as it relates to Stephen's workshop topic and poster presentation.

    • The Labyrinth Scene in Washington State, with Dan Niven. Seattle native and creator and administrator of the Western Washington Labyrinth Network, Dan shares his passion for designing, and building labyrinths, in the Seattle area, that provide people with transformative experiences.

    • TLS End-of-Year Donation Drive with #GivingTuesday. Katja Marquart, the TLS Finance Chair, shares information about TLS’s entrance into the Social Media crowd funding site, #GivingTuesday, and what end of the year donations mean to TLS

    • Mapping Labyrinths: One Man’s Passion. Join Rev. Warren Lynn and Christiana for a discussion about his online, North American digital maps highlighting labyrinth and facilitator locations, and labyrinth and local tourist information. Warren and Christiana also talk about his gift to the TLS 2018 20th Anniversary Gathering: a virtual, Chicagoland, IL area map perfect for creating pilgrimage routes for pre-or-post-Gathering labyrinth walking and sightseeing

    • What is the TLS 365 Experience? Join host, Christiana Brinton, and her guest, Lynda Tourloukis, as they discuss what makes walking a labyrinth every day, a life altering experience.