Monday, October 13, 2008
Musical Musings - Labyrinth Music
The other day, I blogged about praying the Daily Office, and trying to find ways which helped to make it work for me. I received a comment from someone who mentioned that another RGBP blogger had blogged about something similar on the same day. In addition, she recommended a web site in which she used at work to pray the Divine Hours.
However, it led me to another place on the web site (and that is what surfing is all about, right?), which caught my interest and landed me here. They had a labyrinth link, so I followed the link. I'll be honest, I have only walked a labyrinth a few times. However, the times that I did, I felt like I needed music to accompany me on my journey. On this particular page, I heard some peaceful, calm music which caused me to relax and feel a sense of tranquility. I needed to find out where to hear more of this music. A link on that page landed me here. Martin Gregory offers meditative music to calm the soul, to reflect, pray, or walk.
There are a few resources for music specifically for walking the labyrinth. Music to Walk the Labyrinth offers 47 minutes of calm synthesized music to accompany you on your walk, or quiet time.
I found this labyrinth walk on Youtube and thought I would share it with you.
Is there a labyrinth in your area? If so, do you use music to accompany on your walk? Share with us your labyrinth experience(s). Share with us the music you find gives you that sense of calm, peace, and tranquility.