Experience the Magic of the Labyrinth
Found in nearly every culture on earth, labyrinths are integral to Native American, Greek, Celtic and Mayan traditions. 2000 year old native pottery examples have been found containing the 7 circuit designs. The Hopi called the labyrinth the symbol of ‘mother earth’. Like Stonehenge and the Pyramids they are magical geometric forms that define sacred space. Many people confuse labyrinths with mazes. A maze is a puzzle to be solved, with twists, turns and dead ends. A labyrinth has only one path to inner discovery — the way in is the way out.
Purpose of the Labyrinth
Labyrinths are used to help enhance meditation, aid in stilling the mind and are used for personal and spiritual transformation. They are thought to enhance the right and left brain activity. Our labyrinth has been modified to suit the site and should be walked at least three times; the more times it is walked; the more effective the outcome. Catherine (Cathi) created this one in July 2015. We are grateful for her intuitive selection.
Blessings to your Path. Enjoy!

How to Walk the Path
When you walk the Labyrinth you meander back and forth, turning 180 degrees each time you enter a different circuit. As you shift direction you also shift your awareness from right brain to left brain, inducing receptive states of consciousness and balancing the chakras.
• Prepare to walk. Slow your breathing. Still your mind. Open yourself to the possibilities.
  • Begin your journey.
  • Walk the inward path. Focus on letting go of the things you want to leave behind… and release the things that stand in the way of your spiritual journey.
Begin walking back the way you came. The return is as much the journey as every other part of the labyrinth.
  • Spend time in the center.
  • Reflect on the journey.