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The Labyrinth of St. John's Convent, Toronto

The Labyrinth of St. John's Convent, Toronto

How to lay out a labyrinth

How to lay out a labyrinth

How to build a labrynth...

How to build a labrynth...

Labrynth in New Harmony, Indiana; out of all the places that I have been in the world, I love this place most of all.

Labrynth in New Harmony, Indiana; out of all the places that I have been in the world, I love this place most of all.

Tree With Labyrinth, Middle Age, Midlife journey,

Tree With Labyrinth, Middle Age, Midlife journey,

Walking meditation using a labyrinth.

Walking meditation using a labyrinth.

Each year at the Annual Gathering open spaces are provided for laying out temporary labyrinths. We invite members to build temporary labyrinths on the grounds of our Gathering venues.

Each year at the Annual Gathering open spaces are provided for laying out temporary labyrinths. We invite members to build temporary labyrinths on the grounds of our Gathering venues.

The 5-circuit Chartres labyrinth

The 5-circuit Chartres labyrinth

Meditation 6 circuit labyrinth with stone / brick / grass - super clear pattern.

Meditation 6 circuit labyrinth with stone / brick / grass - super clear pattern.

Walking Labirynth - I would love this in my garden.  The health benefits are fantastic. Here is how to walk:  1. State your intention.  2.  Center yourself.  3.  Acknowledge the journey to come (reflect with eyes closed, take a respectful bow, etc...). 4.  Begin your walk.  Walk any way you feel is right for that moment, but be aware and acknowledge it.  5.  As you walk, be mindful of your foot placement and your breath. 6.  Pause at the center.  You can even sit or lay down.  7.  Walk out.

Walking Labirynth - I would love this in my garden. The health benefits are fantastic. Here is how to walk: 1. State your intention. 2. Center yourself. 3. Acknowledge the journey to come (reflect with eyes closed, take a respectful bow, etc...). 4. Begin your walk. Walk any way you feel is right for that moment, but be aware and acknowledge it. 5. As you walk, be mindful of your foot placement and your breath. 6. Pause at the center. You can even sit or lay down. 7. Walk out.