Walk the Labyrinth November 3 

October 25, 2016

On November 3, Plymouth’s First Thursday Labyrinth Walk welcomes many regulars. Some work nearby, others commute from surrounding areas. Our monthly labyrinth walk provides a part of their spiritual practice.  Visitors staying in local hotels, and people referred from area hospitals also stop in to walk.  Gratitude fills our guestbook: “Plymouth is so generous to offer this walk.” “This is the best kept secret in Seattle.” Plymouth’s labyrinth offers sanctuary, a refuge in time. In the book Sabbath, Restoring The Sacred Rhythm of Rest, Wayne Muller writes, “The practice of Sabbath is like the practice of taking refuge…we disconnect from the frenzy of consumption and accomplishment and consecrate our time as an offering for healing all beings.” Slowing down, resting in stillness, we connect to the peace and truth living within. Exploring how we live our lives, we become conscious of changes we want to make. Living more intentionally and fully present, we can choose to respond in love honoring our connection to the life force we all share. Come walk the labyrinth between 10 am and 2 pm.  -Sahron Brown, The labyrinth Ministry Team

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