An interfaith minister, she often performs weddings in a labyrinth such as the one pictured here, a 3-circuit classical labyrinth created for the event. Judith used fall foliage garlands to outline the Classical labyrinth design, and placed pumpkins at the entrance and in the center. Since the Massachusetts couple's favorite season is Autumn, they chose Vermont at peak foliage time for their wedding.
Judith will offer labyrinth walks at the New World Fair at the Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, CA, Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17, 2009, and will speak on "Labyrinths: Paths to Peace and Transformation" at 2 pm each day. She will also offer a cancer survivor walk at 3 pm Saturday, and a Walk for World Peace at 3 pm Sunday.
The author's birdseed labyrinth.
The author's 21-foot diameter, classical seven-circuit bird seed labyrinth was first created on Oct. 31, 2007, to honor the popular Mexican holiday Dios de Los Muertos, the time of the thin veil between this world and beyond. It's been recreated as needed, as weather or aviary celebrants disperse the seed, (Cost: $2.79 for birdseed. Value: Priceless!)
Cretan labyrinth. Flags. West Coast Dowsers Conference, 2008. Alex Champion.
Cretan Earthworks labyrinth in frost by Alex Champion.
Santa Rosa Labyrinth design.
Contemporary labyrinths include original new designs, such as the Santa Rosa Labyrinth and Earthworks labyrinths.
Dr. Lea Goode-Harris
Dr. Lea Goode-Harris holds a Ph. D. in psychology and is the creatrix of the popular Santa Rosa labyrinth design, and founder of the Santa Rosa Labyrinth Foundation. http://www.srlabyrinthfoundation.com
Lea Goode-Harris at the center of the American Psychological Association's Green-Roof Santa Rosa Labyrinth in Washington D.C.
Snoopy Labyrinth by Lea Goode-Harris.
Lea also created the original design for the Snoopy Labyrinth for the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in Santa Rosa, CA.
Alex Champion among the flowers of a earthwork