The following books, websites and other materials are here as practical suggestions – have a browse and see what might be useful. I’m often asked for recommendations: I hope you enjoy these…
Sources for hand-held labyrinths
Books, journals and DVDs
Learning with the Labyrinth: Creating Reflective Space in Higher Education
30 contributors share ideas and experience of working with the labyrinth in many academic contexts. Editors: Jan Sellers and Bernard Moss.
Published by Bloomsbury, 2016.
Working with the Labyrinth: Paths for Exploration
Packed full of advice and ideas on working with labyrinths in many different contexts.
Editors: Ruth Sewell, Jan Sellers and Di Williams.
Published by Wild Goose, 2012.
Labyrinth: Landscape of the Soul
A beautifully illustrated introduction to labyrinths. Di Williams, 2011. Wild Goose.
The Spirit of Silence
Not about labyrinths, but an inspiring exploration of our need for silence and how it ‘makes space for creativity’. John Lane, 2006. Green Books, Devon.
Walking a Sacred Path
Walking the labyrinth as a spiritual and reflective resource. Lauren Artress, 2006. Riverhead.
Annual journal of research on labyrinths and mazes.
Labyrinths for our Time
Introductory DVD: Labyrinths in many different contexts. The Labyrinth Society, 2010.
World Wide Labyrinth Locator
Best way to find labyrinths across the world – and closer to home.
The Labyrinth Society
Ideas, resources, community building.
Labyrinths in Britain
An informal group of enthusiasts based in the UK, their website has information about labyrinths old and new, events and contains a map of UK labyrinths and mazes.
Online resource centre, accurate source of historical information about all things labyrinthine.
Labyrinth facilitator training.
Still Paths: Labyrinth events, training, resources.
Labyrinths with a focus on health and healing.
Two short films featuring the labyrinth as a creative university resource – though the films may be useful in wider contexts too.
Find them at www.engagingimagination.com/labyrinths
There is more in chapter 6 of Alison James and Stephen Brookfield’s new book, Engaging Imagination: Helping students become creative and reflective thinkers (Jossey Bass, 2014).
University of Kent Labyrinth Project
Follow the labyrinth link to find pages on the University of Kent’s Labyrinth Project, including many examples of teaching and learning with the labyrinth.