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.

In Conclusion

Christiana Brinton

In Conclusion

TLS consciously chooses to change Gathering venues every year and every TLS Board of Directors continues to support this choice. This means much more work for the TLS volunteers who start working on next year's Gathering preparations a year out. This choice also invariably assures that there will be glitches with each new venue that weren't expected in spite of the Steering Committee's best efforts to foresee every imaginable hiccup. The Gathering Steering Committee takes the information from the hard copy surveys and online surveys very seriously and works tirelessly to create future Gatherings that run efficiently and seamlessly for all attendees. If you enjoyed this year's, please join us next year at the 20th Anniversary Gathering outside Chicago.

Also, It was not lost to many of us that this year marked a noticeable increase in the number of men attending. Jeffrey and Denny were a big draw and in their kind, gentle, and playful interactions with attendees, exemplify the balanced, heart-centered, visionary, male labyrinth walker. And indeed, all the men attending were fine examples of this too. It is a heartwarming and hopeful sign - the labyrinth, as an energetic balancing tool, is a positive influence on all genders! Amen, Namaste, Mitakuye Oyasin.

Photos Submitted by Christiana Brinton, Dan Niven,
Janice Lewis, Sherry Biltz,Teri MeCorkle,
Beth Langley, Diane Rudebock, and Jeff Ridder