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Release, Receive, and Return: Using Labyrinth-Inspired Spiritual Practices during the Coronavirus Crisis

Introduction We are beginning week three of “virtual school” during the coronavirus crisis in Hong Kong. Using the online platform “Zoom,” we are teaching our classes at their scheduled times through our laptops. While technologically this is certainly far better … Continue reading

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“For Hongkongers who feel life is going too fast, walking a labyrinth can help” SCMP, Sunday, January 3, 2016

Dear reader, I met HKIS alum Martha Collard about 6 years ago, and since then I have frequently taken my “Service, Society, and the Sacred” class to visit her and walk a labyrinth as a spiritual practice at her center.  … Continue reading

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Walking a Labyrinth in Search of the Big Picture

“We shall walk together on this path of life for all things are part of the universe and are connected with each other to form one whole unity.” – Dr. Maria Montessori On a sunny, pleasant November morning more than … Continue reading

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