March 31, 2014
In silence and reflection, meditation or prayer, a labyrinth walk offers a tool for personal discernment, a time for spiritual growth, an opportunity for transformation.
We provide a burden bowl for symbolic release of burdens people no longer wish to carry. Following that release people may write intentions for going forward in their lives.
Some of the wisdoms shared this year:
Press the PAUSE BUTTON more frequently.
Take time to know the journey of your heart.
Accept who I am and what means of service I will be led to do.
Be as present to each moment as I can; share the gift of peace with all I meet.
The labyrinth is open from 10 am to 2 pm Thursday, April 3, in Hildebrand Hall.–Sharon Brown, Labyrinth FacilitatorSubscribe