TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

TLS On-Line Auction Offers Treasures

Only THREE more weeks until the end of The Labyrinth Society auction!! It's never too late to donate, and bidding is open until May 11th. TLS members (or prospective members) please note there is a Lifetime Membership offered! This is a wonderful opportunity or even more perfect gift for a friend.

Do you have a Facebook page? If you post details of the auction, there is a button available now that says "promote." For whatever amount you would like to donate to promoting the auction, Facebook will send your notice out to many more people than would see it otherwise. $10 to $15 gets over 2000 new pairs of eyes on your post.

Access the TLS auction site to find out more. Check out the new stuff and bid on a few things. It helps to move the price up, make more money for the organization we love and helps TLS continue its good work around the world.

Thanks for your support of The Labyrinth Society and blessings along the path.

(Editor's Note to Labyrinth bibliophiles: TLS member Jodi Lorimer’s book on the Minotaur, Dancing at the Edge of Death is on offer. As a Minotaur aficionado, your editor can attest that this is a rare and satisfying hoard of esoteric and well-researched material. Furthermore, TLS Research Committee member Jan Seller’s much anticipated contribution to labyrinth knowledge is now available as a chapter in Working With the Labyrinth. This book from Wild Goose Publications, co-edited by Dr. Sellers, Master Facilitator Di Williams, and Dr. Ruth Sewell, offers ideas and examples of the use of the labyrinth in various contexts: arts, community and social settings; schools, colleges and universities; a hospice, and a secure hospital; counselling, psychotherapy and well-being; churches, retreats and interfaith contexts.)