Sunday, January 2, 2011

Life is a Sacred Journey

 "Your life is a sacred journey. And it is about change, growth, discovery, movement, transformation, continuously expanding your vision of what is possible, stretching your soul, learning to see clearly and deeply, listening to your intuition, taking courageous risks, embracing challenges at every step along the way. You are on the path, exactly where you are meant to be right now."
Caroline Joy Adams


The beginning of a new year always holds a sense of possibility.  It allows us a fresh start, giving us permission to leave behind all that we feel has not served us and to invite into our lives new thoughts, new ideas and new growth.  But remember to thank even those things that have made life challenging as they are often our greatest teachers.

My collage labyrinth reminds me that life is made up of these different experiences, all of them steps on my sacred journey of discovery.  

May you embrace discovery and adventure along your path this year.

9 comments:

Joanne Huffman said...

Great collage!

Catherine Anderson said...

I really enjoyed making it. And you can use it as a finger labyrinth as the dividers between the paths are raised. Hope 2011 is a creative and fun year for you.

Patricia said...

Beautiful! I love collage and spirituality - what a combo!

Erika C. said...

This labyrinth is wonderful! Thanks for visiting my blog.

love,
Erika

ArtMuse Dog and Carol said...

Beautiful ~ I used to have a wooden 'hand' labyrinth ~ moved to new house and now not sure where it is ~ is yours make out of cloth or paper? Thanks for sharing this wonderful concept ~ ^_^

Catherine Anderson said...

Carol, it is made from paper - found images from magazines on a paper background.

Keggy Featherwolf said...

Beautiful! I hope you don't mind me sharing this on my blog.

Gena said...

This is incredible, Catherine. You are amazing with labyrinths! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Catherine Anderson said...

Thank you Keggy and Gena. Keggy, you are welcome to share this on your blog. I find labyrinths very healing and am really happy if more people are inspired to experience them.