Among many other things, Kay is a singer and voice teacher, and facilitator of quiet days and retreats. Recently she has embraced the practice of walking the labyrinth as a simple and wise way of opening to a prayerful and meditative state.
The labyrinth form is satisfying to look at or trace with a finger. It is still more satisfying to walk, each step following the curving path which winds back and forth, but always leads to the centre. People of all ages are drawn to its paths – children love to race around the curves, adults move according to their mood and ability, left to right, right to left, sun-wise, moon-wise, feeling perceptions and perspectives shift and fall away, then breathing deep in the centre and opening to whatever wisdom comes filtering up.
Perhaps you have been there yourself, then you will know that there is no need for words. It is ok to just be.
In these blog pages Kay hopes to share something of her journey… but finally, you have to go to know.
Your pathway will be your own.