labyrinth training




Di Williams



Veriditas Workshop and Facilitator Training

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Sept 28th-30th, 2012.

The workshop is open to all, but particularly serves as the pre-qualifying workshop for the labyrinth facilitator training weekend immediately following the end of the day workshop.
It will be limited to 20 people.

Veriditas Facilitator Training remains the most rigorous andcomprehensive training offered. This will be a practical training for those wanting to deepen their own knowledge and understanding of the labyrinth and for those who wish to become a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator in order to facilitate the labyrinth well for others.

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The Labyrinth Path

Entering the Labyrinth
When you enter the labyrinth you can trust yourself to the simple path ahead and begin to slow down. As you walk to the centre let it be a time to release the thoughts and feelings preoccupying you. Allow your mind to quieten.

The Centre
When you reach the centre be still. It is a place of openness and receiving.

Returning along the path
As you return along the same path reflect on any insights and connections that may have come to you and begin to integrate new insights and possibilities into your life.

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About Rev. Di Williams.


di williams

Rev. Di Williams is an Anglican priest, adult educator, labyrinth facilitator and trainer, spiritual accompanier, professional massage practitioner and writer.

She has spent the last 15 years working as a University Chaplain at Lancaster University and the University of Edinburgh.  Through this work she founded a Natural Health Care Centre and created the beautiful Edinburgh Labyrinth
She was awarded the MBE in 2008 for Services to Higher Education for her leading work in developing spiritual support for those of all faiths and none.

She is experienced in working with people who wish to explore their authentic spiritual path.  One of the gifts she brings to this work is a deep appreciation of physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual connection.

She leads retreats, workshops, labyrinth facilitator training and is a consultant to emerging labyrinth projects in the UK.

Labyrinth – landscape of the soul, Di’s recent book is “a unique insight into labyrinths in the UK and wider combined with stunning photography.” You can purchase the book here.

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