Walking the Labyrinth Nights

Let’s Celebrate the Full Moon by Walking The Butterfly Labyrinth© at Beit Elfarasha

Labyrinths are geometrical patterns used for walking or tracing, as a tool to assist the consciousness. They have been in existence for thousands of years. No one knows for certain when or where they first originated. They have been used by different cultures and mystical and religious traditions worldwide.

Some patterns are simple and some are more complex.

A labyrinth differs from a maze in that there is only one way in and one way out. They have one continuous path that twists and turns, eventually leading to the center. There are no dead ends. There is nothing to figure out as you walk or trace a labyrinth. You simply follow the path to the center and then retrace the same path back out.

There are infinite focuses you may choose. There is no “right or wrong” way to walk a labyrinth.

What you focus on at the time may be determined by where you are in your life and what your questions, concerns or goals may be in the moment.

It is best to walk the labyrinth with an open heart and an open mind, asking for that which is for your highest good.

Here are some suggestions.

You might walk it as a kind of prayer.

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You might walk it as a symbolic journey, as mentioned above.

You might set the intention to receive inspiration, or to receive an answer to a question, or solution to a “problem.”

You might walk the labyrinth with the intention to unwind, to let go of a worry or burden of some sort –letting it go when you reach the center.

You might use the labyrinth for learning more about yourself and life, by simply being aware of how you walk it and what you observe as you walk it.

Do you walk it fast? Or slow?

Do you lose your focus or your way?

Does your mind race or can you hold your mind steady and stay present?

Do you wonder when you will reach center?

Do you wonder if you’re doing it right? 

If you encounter another person on your path, are you impatient? 

Interested in joining?

We invite you to visit and give it a try if you haven’t already.

Allow your own creativity to be present and walk the labyrinth in the way you think will work best for you.

Labyrinth proponents claim walking a labyrinth can lead to deeper relationships, a stronger sense of community, a feeling of being on a spiritual journey, a sense of inner reflection and connection to sources of guidance, a sense of living in the present, greater creativity, and stress reduction.

Due to space restrictions, registration is required.  Walking the Labryinth is open to everyone and is free.

We will give each person a time slot to do his or her labyrinth walk.

You will be sent your time slot thru email and/or WhatsApp. 

Interested in joining?

Leave your details and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

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