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There are many books and publications dedicated to the subject of labyrinths, try these sources for both popular and specialised titles, as well as advice on which publications will suit your needs...

FingerLabyrinths.com
Website:
www.fingerlabyrinths.com
Email:
relax4life@comcast.net

26402 N. Edgemond Lane, Barrington, IL 60010, USA
Telephone: 847-842-1752

For the past 12 years, Neal Harris has been publishing affordable labyrinth-making manuals and articles in professional journals expounding on the therapeutic uses of labyrinths. These articles have focused on our patented 2-person, 2-handed Intuipaths provide an opportunity to both balance left-right brain activity as well as enhance the intuitive communication and connection between people.

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Jill Kimberly Hartwell Geoffrion
Website:
www.jillgeoffrion.com - www.fhlglobal.org
Email:
jill.geoffrion@fhlglobal.org

540 Indian Mound St, E. #4C, Wayzata, MN 55391, USA
Telephone: 952-476-0706 - Fax: 952-476-2457

Author of seven labyrinth books, pilgrimage leader & consultant, minister, labyrinth designer & installer, photographer, retreat facilitator, Ph.D. program faculty, Chartres expert, and visual artist all describe Jill.

Labyrinthos : Resource Centre, Photo Library & Archive

Website: www.labyrinthos.net

Email: info@labyrinthos.net

53 Thundersley Grove, Thundersley, Essex SS7 3EB, UK

Telephone: +44 (0)1268 751915


Based in England, Jeff & Kimberly Saward are the authors of various books on labyrinths and mazes and editors of Caerdroia - the Journal of Mazes & Labyrinths. Founded in 1980 and published annually, each illustrated edition contains papers and notes on labyrinths and mazes from around the world.  Labyrinthos also provides an extensive photo and illustration library service for writers, publishers and media producers.


Labyrinths of British Columbia: A Guide for Your Journey

Website: www.labyrinthsofBC.com

Email: info@labyrinthsofBC.com

#7-35 Cook Street, Victoria, BC, V8V 3W6, Canada

Telephone: 250-380-2838


Discover BC's 100 labyrinths and their builders for a very special journey.  The essential guide with over 130 photos, labyrinth artists, special uses, events, sacred geometry, children and labyrinths, worldwide resources.


Labyrinth Wisdom Cards

Website: www.labyrinthwisdom.com

Email: tony@labyrinthwisdom.com

9 Newlyn Vale, Rochestown Road, Cork, Ireland

Telephone: 353 87 9468185


A 48 card deck and handbook that illustrates various labyrinths, their aspects and symbolism for use to help find answers to questions and encouragement on your journey in life.


Dancing at the Edge of Death; Origins of the Labyrinth in the Paleolithic

Website: www.dancing-at-the-edge.com

Email: info@dancing-at-the-edge.com

Jodi Lorimer, 1711 SE 40th Avenue, Portland, OR 97214, USA


Lorimer invites new definitions of minotaur and labyrinth, originating among Paleolithic shaman/artists. The author leads us through  mysteries of Europe's painted caves, to the heart of the labyrinthine healing experience.


SageBrush Exchange - Toby Evans

Website: www.prairielabyrinth.com

Email: toby@homeisp.com

1316 N Holly Rd., Sibley, MO 64088, USA

Telephone: 816-305-6916


Keeper of the Circles: Answering the Call to Wholeness, is a soul journey into the heart of one woman’s call to build a labyrinth. This riveting tale of transformation is paved with startling revelations, timeless wisdom and grounded guidance. Includes CD of 11 songs.


Solved by Walking: Paradox and Resolution in the Labyrinth

Website: www.amazon.com/author/maryhackworth

Mary Hackworth, Lexington, KY, USA.


Argues that the labyrinth has changed form over time as an expression of the way the Western mind sees itself in relation to the world, in literature, music, art, culture.


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