Decades of story and communication coaching work have taught me that walking is the best way to draw a story out of ourselves or someone else; and a labyrinth could make it even better.
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From the first time I saw one I wanted it. A labyrinth! Now I can build it. On my front lawn. Pull up the sod, landscape a pollinator garden, and lay down a walking labyrinth. Why? If walking is good for creativity, imagine surrendering to the sacred path, awakening to a deep rhythm, summoning our innate wisdom as we walk a labyrinth.
What if this labyrinth could become a motivating, meditating, inspiring, gathering space to connect with others, with ourselves, our purpose, our next greatest idea?
Practical Tip: Decades of story and communication coaching work have taught me that walking is the best way to draw a story out of ourselves or someone else. Where you walk doesn’t matter. All that matters is you walk and listen out the story that wants to be heard.
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Music: Mer’s Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron Music
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