The Liminal Labyrinth

The Liminal Labyrinth

Labyrinths are ubiquitous across the face of the world. They adorn the floors of churches, outdoor spaces, and portable installments. The walking of them is an ancient spiritual practice; walking the path of the soul toward the sacred center. Elena Huegel extensively...
The Dark World of the Mew

The Dark World of the Mew

In Helen McDonald’s thoughtful memoir, H is for Hawk, she takes us into the tradition and sleepless hours of training a Goshawk. This is the locale of instinct, identification and forming habits. The hawk and the hawk trainer are trained in a most complex...

Answer the Question Correctly and Win a Free Book!

Hello Liminality Sleuths! Today is the first installment of Solve That Mystery! Be the first to answer the question correctly and receive your own free copy of Tim Carson’s immortal classic, The Square Root of God: Mathematical Metaphors and Spiritual Tangents....
Neither Here nor There

Neither Here nor There

I am delighted to recognize the launch of our new anthology of liminality, Neither Here nor There: The Many Voices of Liminality! This collection of seventeen authors from around the world includes the work of authors speaking out of their own contexts, experience and...
They were free

They were free

Rev. Diane Wilde is a lay-ordained Buddhist minister, a founding member of Sacramento Insight Meditation Center, and founder of the Buddhist Pathways Prison Project. The following excerpts are taken from her original article in Parabola (Spring 2019). For more stories...
Loving in the shadow of Alzheimer’s

Loving in the shadow of Alzheimer’s

Nita Gilger served for 25 years at University Christian Church in Fort Worth, Texas as an educator and associate minister for children and families. She has taught in the early childhood program at Texas Christian University. After serving on the mission field in West...