February 25, 2015
Walk the labyrinth as a part of your Lenten practice, between 10 am and 2 pm, Thursday, March 5, in Hildebrand Hall.
In the warmth, beauty and silence of sacred space, labyrinth walking is a practice of Sabbath time, a time to practice anytime, anywhere. It is a way of being in time, of remembering who we are and what we know to be true. It is a time of sacred rest, refuge.
The labyrinth offers sanctuary, a dedicated time and place to commit attention to inner silence and the still, inner voice. Become mindful of quiet forces of grace and spirit that sustain and heal us. Giving time to listen opens us to insights and blessings that come in stillness over time. –Sharon Brown, Labyrinth Facilitator (Reference: Sabbath Restoring the Sacred Rhythm of Rest, by Wayne Muller)Subscribe