Online Resources

Discover Labyrinths, Lars Howlett,

Finding Meaning, Not Minotaurs, A Beginner’s Guide to Labyrinths.  Eliza Pillsbury, TED-xKids@SMU Dallas TX, 2015

Labyrinthos.  Founded by Jeff and Kimberly Saward in 2000, Labyrinthos provides a resource for the study of mazes and labyrinths. With an extensive photographic & illustration library and archive, they offer professional maze and labyrinth consultation and services for researchers, designers, students, writers & publishers.

Labyrinth Around America.  Follow our jolly British friend Clive Johnson as he journals his trip around America with his 24 ft Baltic canvas labyrinth.  Beyond his journaling, this site also includes a wealth of useful information on labyrinths.

The Labyrinth Society.  The Labyrinth Society is an organization of people who walk, build, write about and study labyrinths. The website provides extensive resources, as well as hundreds of links to additional online resources

Labyrinth Enterprises, by Robert Ferre.  An excellent resource for how to build labyrinths

Veriditas.  This site provides comprehensive labyrinth information, including a nationwide labyrinth locator and information on facilitator training

Suggested Reading List

Praying the Labyrinth: A Journal for Spiritual Exploration, Jeff and Kimberly Geoffrion
The Pilgrim Press, Cleveland, Ohio, 1999

Walking A Sacred Path: Rediscovering the Labyrinth as a Spiritual Tool, Lauren Actress
The Berkley Publishing Group, New York 1995. Revised and updated, 2006
Lauren is the person who has been extremely influential in bringing the labyrinth back into the lives of people today.

The Sacred Path Companion, A Guide to Walking the Labyrinth to Heal and Transform, Lauren Actress, The Berkley Publishing Group, New York, 2006

The Way of the Labyrinth: A Powerful Meditation for Everyday Life, Helen Curry,
Penguin Putnam Inc., New York, 2000

The Idea of the Labyrinth from Classical Antiquity through the Middle Ages, Penelope Reed Doob, Cornell University Press, 1990

Through the Labyrinth, Hermann Kern, Prestel (English translation in 2000)
Probably the most comprehensive book on labyrinths available today.

Labyrinths: Ancient Myths and Modern Uses, Sid Lonegren
Gothic Image Publications, 7 High Street, Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 9DP, England, 1991 and 1996.

Mazes and Labyrinths: Their History and Development, W.H. Matthews
New York: Dover Publications, 1970

The Labyrinth: Pathway to Meditation and Healing, Helen Raphael Sands
Gaia Books/Barrons (US), 2001

Labyrinths and Mazes – A Complete Guide to Magical Paths of the World,  Jeff Saward
Lark Books, a division of Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., 2003.
Great summary and pictures of labyrinths throughout history all around the world.

Magical Paths – Labyrinths & Mazes in the 21st Century, Jeff Saward
Published by Mitchell Beazley, London, 2002.
Distributed in the USA by Phaidon, New York.

Labyrinths from the Outside In: Walking to Spiritual Insight – A Beginner’s Guide, Donna and Carole Ann Camp Schaper SkyLight Paths Publishing, 2000

Exploring the Labyrinth: A Guide for Healing and Spiritual Growth, Melissa Gayle West
Broadway books, 2000

Labyrinths: Ancient Paths of Wisdom and Peace, Virginia Westbury
Landsdowne Publishing Pty Ltd, Sydney NSW 2001 Australia

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