About Creating Your Own Labyrinth Garden

Hello, I am John Willmott, aka Woodland Bard and welcome to our Labyrinth Gardens Guide Hub. This is a new hub service to respond to this summer's frequent requests of "How can I create or have a Labyrinth in my garden? Some people who ask this have tiny gardens. Some people have no gardens, so I can show you how to share a labyrinth garden. This desire seems to come from one or more of these passions To have a personal outside labyrinth space to feel free, trust, relax, breathe well, recharge, regenerate. To have a personal outside labyrinth space to be inspired and become motivated to write, compose, paint, invent, and maybe solve puzzles within our work and hobbies. To have a personal labyrinth space to relieve from anxiety. stress, melancholy, depression, mood swings, tension, low esteem, and worries,   To have an outside labyrinth space to commune with faith and connection with the spirit world, angels, the sidhe world, fae world, goddess realm, animal, tree and