This web log was initiated on the occasion of the construction of a temporary labyrinth at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa on April 7th 2007. It serves as a record and a comment page for those interested in working with and experiencing the Labyrinth.

A labyrinth is a walking meditation, it’s a path that leads you in a meandering pattern to the centre of the space. The metaphor is that it leads you to the centre of yourself. Who wouldn’t want to be there? But, in the end, it’s just a tool and whatever happens is created in the imagination of the participant. This is creativity at its best, it is purposeful, intentional and focused on spiritual well-being and wholeness.

You are invited to leave your impressions and comments on these project and other Labyrinths as well.

Blessings on your path,

Barbara Brown
Visual Artist, Labyrinth Maker and Facilitator



3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Barb
    Enjoyed your Labrynth pages with photos – found it all very interesting/beautiful. Keep my posted. Any other images of the outdoor lab. – looked pretty cool also.
    Good to see you this week, all the best, Gayle

  2. Dear Barbara,
    Beautiful – spiritual – elegant – what a wonderful set of stories, great photos and such a brilliant labour of love. Your team’s hard work and devotion shows in every detail – a great contribution to community. Thank you for keeping me posted lovely labyrinth lady. Hope to see you in the park.
    XO Dalma

    1. Hello Labyrinth People,

      Love your site and your work. It is amazing!!!

      I am writing from Massachusetts—USA. I was trained in Ottawa a few years ago.

      My labyrinth work has been varied, but most importantly in our local jail in Northampton, Mass.

      This work is captured in our documentary:

      Pathway to Change: The Jail Labyrinth Project.

      This will come up easily by typing in the title above.

      Would love to have you check it out and share this type of program with others in Canada.

      Bright Blessings,

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