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Recently, several documentaries have been released regarding labyrinths or related topics.. click on your preference either DVD or VHS, for information or to purchase... as always, your purchase furthers our mission!


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 Searching the word 'labyrinth' can yield over 12,000 listings!   In the last few years a variety of qualified and not-so-qualified authors have published items. We suggest you, start here, then wind your way onward! for information, 'click' the highlight. updated 08/10/05
rediscovervideo.jpg (7690 bytes)Rediscovering the Labyrinth   30 minutes DVD  VHS
The story of those who have been transformed along the path, this is a moving documentary of real people whose lives have changed by walking the labyrinth. Stuck in a job he feels he cannot leave, a performer learns to trust his intuition. An artist unlocks his creative potential and embraces his true path. Faced with illness, a woman finds balance in body and spirit as she walks.  Join the Reverend Dr. Lauren Artress, author of Walking a Sacred Path, as she presents this treasured gift to all seekers. From ancient origins to contemporary applications, the labyrinth is a crucible for change, a blueprint for the sacred meeting of psyche and soul, a field of light, a cosmic dance.
chartresasg.jpg (4787 bytes) Chartres Cathedral: A Sacred Geometry  DVD  VHS   This extraordinary documentary film explores one of the most beautiful and mysterious cathedrals in the world, the famous Chartres Cathedral in Chartres, France.  Filmed by an acclaimed BBC cameraman, it features haunting images and beautiful music, and advances challenging theories and discoveries by Professor Keith Critchlow, a leading expert in sacred architecture who has studied the mysteries of Chartres Cathedral for over forty years. Also featured is Malcolm Miller, author and longtime cathedral guide.   (The DVD Bonus Feature is a Photo Gallery of Chartres Cathedral, provided courtesy of the Virtual Chartres Cathedral (Professor Stephen Clancy & Ithaca College)
radiantlifehvbingen.jpg (5235 bytes)Radiant Life: Meditations & Visions of Hildegard of Bingen (1996)  VHS The Rev. Dr. Lauren Artress hosts a look at the meditations of Hildegard of Bingen. Born in the Rhineland in 1098, the 10th child in her family, she was tithed to the church by her parents. She took vows as a Benedictine nun and later became abbess. She formed an independent Benedictine order  for women. At 42, she began to have "lucid visionary experiences" about the relationship between people, God, and the natural world, which she called "The Web of Creation."  She wrote books, poems, and songs, as well as the first morality play. Her knowledge of herbal remedies and women's medicine was extensive, and she authored medical texts. This video explores her beliefs. With her liturgical chants in the background, illustrated by religious and natural imagery, the writings of Hildegard are read, creating a moving spiritual meditation.

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