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HOW TO WALK A LABYRINTH
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Walking the Labyrinth

A meditative tool, the labyrinth is an ancient path of contemplation or prayer.  Unlike a maze, its single path leads to the center.  The spiral symbol within a labyrinth is the universal representation of transformation.  Labyrinths provide a sacred place which can be used for meditation, centering, and healing.  They are open and accessible to people of all beliefs, faiths, and cultures.

Pause and relax.  As you walk in, let go of your worries.  As in life, you will encounter many turns.  Trust the path.  There is no right way or wrong way to walk a labyrinth.  Just follow the path and go at your own pace, one foot in front of the other.  You may pass other people quietly if needed.

Once you reach the center, stay as long as you like.  Experience Centeredness, Peace, and Divine Presence there.  Return along the same path when you are ready, bringing what you have received in the center back out into the world with you.  You may want to express thanksgivings for the journey along the way.
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