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Friday, July 16, 2010

Labyrinth Event Tuesday morning July 20th from 8 am to 10 am




For directions, please see my Blog entry for June 19th, 2010.

Email me if you have questions: walkingalabyrinth@gmail.com

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010

The Labyrinth, Liminality and the Foreshore

This Friday, July 9th from 7 to 9 pm, I will be hosting a Labyrinth Evening at St. Paul's Anglican Church. I will be facilitating a discussion and walk, titled "The labyrinth, Liminality and the Foreshore." During the walk, I will be projecting images from past Sand Labyrinth Events and playing an ocean soundscape. The address for the Church is:

1130 JERVIS ST
Vancouver, British Columbia
604 685-6832

Website:

http://stpaulsanglican.bc.ca

Email:

labyrinth@stpaulsanglican.bc.ca

My email:

walkingalabyrinth@gmail.com

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Sounding Between Land and Sea: Spanish Banks

Sounding Between Land and Sea: today at Spanish Banks




Today's Event, led by Kira Van Deusen, will start around 3:15 and may repeat around 4:15. The tide level today will determine the length of time we can be on the Foreshore.

For direction to the labyrinth, please see my June 19th Blog entry.

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This Blog is for people looking for an outdoor labyrinth to walk in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. These Events are outdoors, on the foreshore of the ocean, so they are weather permitting events. Please check my Blog for Event day confirmation when weather might be an issue. Walking a Labyrinth is like accepting an invitation to pray, meditate, contemplate, dream, celebrate or play; a place to find inspiration, satisfy a curiosity, examine metaphor, mythology or simply, a place to explore liminal space: a 'betwixt and between' place. . . Labyrinths are drawn on the foreshore, betwixt the nearshore and the backshore, between the low and high water marks to present liminal space as a physical location. Labyrinths may also be drawn during liminal time: dusk or dawn and/or solstice or equinox. Victor W Turner has described liminality as "a fructile chaos, a storehouse of possibilities, not a random assemblage but a striving after new forms and structures, a gestation process." My vision is that when you walk a labyrinth on the foreshore, you will access liminal space. For information please email: walkingalabyrinth@gmail.com