Walk the Labyrinth July 10 

June 30, 2014

Labyrinth walking is a practice of mindfulness, a pathway to our deepest inner wisdom, Source.

“Each person is the sole inhabitant of their own inner world: no one else can get in there to configure how things are seen. Each of us is responsible for how we see, and how we see determines what we see. Seeing is not merely a physical act: the heart of vision is shaped by the state of soul. When the soul is alive to beauty, we begin to see life in a fresh and vital way. The old habits of seeing are broken,” excerpt from Beauty, by John O’Donohue.

To be wiser people on a spiritual path, we must explore our interior landscape, “the state of soul,” that only we can see and configure. How do we change our old habits of seeing?  How do we awaken to beauty and connect to the Divine?

-Sharon Brown, Labyrinth Facilitator

 



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