TLS 365 Experience #293
December 18, 2017
As the morning coffee began to brew, I wondered on the small finger labyrinth what message to bring to our group for the evening. There were lots of ideas mulling around in my head, though nothing stood out and really felt much like the contribution I wanted to share. As I smelled the coffee, my fingers moved faster and I realized I hadn’t been paying much attention to what I was doing as the aroma reminded me of morning rituals. The overwhelm of the holiday bustle had packed in too much and I could feel it.
Just in that moment as I traced another turn, the reminder that I could take another direction on this. I realized people had a lot to say and why not bring my portable labyrinth with and just get people walking, talking and sharing their thoughts. More over, it would seem like a special activity meeting for the holidays, this was just getting better and better.
Printing out finger labyrinths and writing a quick holiday message on each realization came as I finally stopped to sip the coffee, a simple and very effective meeting was planned using the idea of what gave me the idea. The labyrinth can be a gift that keeps on giving… and I now would be passing that on in giving that idea to others.
Today’s Experience submitted by:
Beth Nellis, Manager, Labyrinth Facilitator
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