Labyrinth Walks and Reflections

The labyrinth conspires with you to rewrite the story of your life into one worthy of your magnificence. Old stories fall away as you open to one of the most gentle transitions you have ever experienced. All you need to do is take the first step.

Commission a Labyrinth

Nancy’s passion for building triple spiral labyrinths is born of a deep commitment to honor the earth. She builds labyrinths that gently awaken people to the power of meaningful connection with the land we all live and love on.

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Thoughts from the Labyrinth


WobbleSome days are just wobbly.  I’ve been crying off and on all day long, with no real story as to why I might be crying.  And that confuses me.  I like to know why I’m crying, somehow it feels safer to know the reason behind a big wave of emotion.  But I didn’t know, or rather I sort of did, but didn’t really figure it out until this afternoon.

Today was the unofficial launch on Amazon of the hardback edition of Unwavering Strength, Volume 2.  The book that contains my story of the rape and the trick that my mind played on me by hiding that memory away for 23 years and all the gifts that came from that.  (Yes, I said gifts.  I do see it now as a gift, well, most of me does.  But it would appear that I’ve got little ones in me who are still freaked out that I wrote about this and that it’s out in the world for all to see.) Continue Reading →

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DD-JoyI’m playing with the concepts behind the cards in my Self-Discovery Deck.  Today’s focus is the Joy card.

Ahhhhh, Joy.  This seems like it might be a card that doesn’t need explaining and that might be right.  On the other hand, I want to spend a little time writing about my practice around Joy.  Folk seem to think that Joy is something that happens to them.  It’s the result of ‘good things.’  And that’s all well and good, but it’s also the result of a perspective.  I actively look for Joy in unexpected places.  Specifically where I don’t expect to find it.  That practice alone has shifted many, many things in my life. Continue Reading →

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DD-PerfectionPerfection, while seemingly lovely, can be a bugaboo for people. I’ve noticed a tendency to look at the world through a distorted view of perfection.  Perfection carrying the weight of what we think it means and all the evidence that we’ve accumulated saying that we’ve not reached it; will never reach it.

My invitation is to find perfection in the tiny moments, to rest in those tiny moments of perfection until you can feel that spreading out, touching other moments to include perfection in them.  This particular picture was of a sunrise that just kept getting better and better.

My experience was that it got more and more beautiful as I watched.  Tears filled my eyes as I allowed myself to be touched by the unfolding moments of beauty and more beauty and even more beauty, and then the colors started to recede and in that moment I had a choice.  I could notice the colors fading and choose to believe that faded colors were less ‘perfect’ than bright, saturated ones or I could continue to tap into the beauty that was.  I chose to continue to see the beauty in the softening of the colors and the shifting of my attention back to my beautiful friend who was with me.

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DD-BreatheThis seems simple and it is, but it’s also profound. Paying attention to my breath regularly brings me back to an awareness of me. I often find that I’ve got my awareness looped out, checking out the outside world, seeing what the outside world has to say about me and the things that I love. While this can be interesting, if I get caught out there, then I lose myself.

To consciously breathe brings me back to me, to what I’m thinking. Am I being kind to myself? No? Breathe. Yes? Breathe. Do I like what I’m doing? No? Breathe. Yes? Breathe. It’s the answer to everything. It’s the beginning and the end and everything in between. And yet, it’s ‘just’ breath. It’s happening all the time, whether I put my attention on it or not. How are you breathing? You don’t have to try to change it. Just noticing it is enough.

What happens when you put your attention on your breath?


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