Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alexandra Chauran, author of numerous books, including Getting Through It: Reclaiming Your Life After Adversity, Change, or Trauma and the new Modern Guide to Mudras.
A labyrinth is like a maze, but one in which you cannot get lost. As a meditative tool, a labyrinth can be large enough to move through in a walking meditation, or small enough to trace with a pencil on a piece of paper. The purpose of the labyrinth is to go deep into meditation through tracing one's movements through the labyrinth. Some labyrinths are designed to spiral inward, symbolizing the process of going deep into one's mind. After reaching the centre of the labyrinth,
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alexandra Chauran, author of numerous books, including the new Clearing Clutter, 365 Ways to Strengthen Your Spiritulity, and the new Getting Through It: Reclaiming Your Life After Adversity, Change, or Trauma.
So, you are nearing the end of the year 2020. Almost made it, right? Wrong. It turns out that the negativity of 2020 was a miasma that weakened and sickened nearly all of us in either a literal or figurative way. The losses have piled up, and the grief from each of them is real. Many people lost a job, felt a best friend drift away, lost a parent to COVID-19, or had a marriage crumble under the stress of being home-bound. The