The Art and Soul of Labyrinths
Join Lars and Lauren as they explore what makes labyrinths "tick"
What makes a labyrinth tick? From seed patterns to sacred geometry, Classical to Chartres, how do winding paths unravel our sense of space and time? Why do some designs resonate for some but not others? What labyrinth is right for you, your space, your budget, your body, your mind, your chapter of life?
Join Lars Howlett and Lauren Artress as they reflect on the magic and mystery of labyrinths as a ancient archetype for contemporary contemplative practice. As labyrinths have evolved over the past 4,000 years, some aspects of the design and implementation have stood the test of time. As custom patterns and site-specific variations are created, some are more successful while others fall short. Creating a true sacred space takes the right balance of intention and tradition, imagination and implementation. Whether a path of prayer, mindful meditation, home for healing, or symbolic object, explore the art and soul of labyrinths in this engaging webinar.
Lars Howlett is a journeyman labyrinth designer and builder creating exact replicas of Classical or Medieval patterns using sacred geometry and firsthand research from historic sites around the world. He is a Veriditas Faculty member and Certified Facilitator trained by Lauren Artress at Chartres Cathedral and former apprentice to master builder Robert Ferre. For ten years, Lars has created labyrinths as interactive art installations, the practice of mindfulnesss and personal transformation. Lars teaches the popular drawing class and construction workshop at Veriditas Summer School each year at IONS, offered for the first time on the east coast of the United States this July and Sydney, Australia next January. Follow his work at www.DiscoverLabyrinths.com and facebook.com/discoverlabyrinths