“Walking the Labyrinth clears the mind and gives insight into the spiritual journey. It urges action. It calms people in the throes of life transitions. It helps them see their lives in the context of a path, a pilgrimage. They realize that they are not human beings in a spiritual path, but spiritual beings on a human path."
-- Dr. Lauren Artress
Have you ever walked a labyrinth? You may be thinking, “What does that even mean, walked a labyrinth? I don’t even know what a labyrinth is…I’m not even sure how to pronounce it.” Alright, calm down. Let me pose another question. Are you the kind of person whose brain chatters non-stop, and you avoid meditation because you can’t sit still, and yet you’re curious if meditation could help calm your mind? Familiar yet? If so, walking the labyrinth may be for you.
Labyrinth is an ancient, sacred, meditative, transformational tool. It is a powerful tool that can assist you in reconnection with the Divine inside of you. No, it is not a maze. And no, I'm not talking about the 1980's movie with David Bowie, either!
It's been a long time coming. After 8 years in the practice, I finally put together my own website highlighting only the things I love to do, explaining them in my own words, reflecting my own beliefs and competence as a practitioner/healer. No more hiding in the expensive generic "professional yet cold" chiropractic website. No more judging myself in trying hard to compare myself and compete with my colleagues.
After 8 years of practice, I think I'm finally coming into my own. Unafraid to show my style, my voice, my personality, my heart, and the things that really matter to me as a doctor and as a person...without worrying "what would people think of me if I said this, or if I did that, or if I didn't do it this way or that?"
Wow. My shoes finally fit me...because now I'm wearing my own. :)