The Labyrinth - A Walking Meditation

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The labyrinth, known to be at least 4,000 years old, has been used by many cultures, countries, and faiths around the world. It is a walking meditation on a spiral path leading to a central point, and then back out again. Like the spiral found in nature, such as the conch shell, the pine cone, or the rose blossom, the labyrinth is also a curving line around a central point, symbolizing movement, growth, change, and providing a continually shifting perspective that is inspiring and life-renewing. Walking a labyrinth is a metaphor for life - the path shifts in unexpected ways, sometimes away from your goal, but ultimately leading to the center. It is a powerful meditation tool, helping to quiet the mind and allowing time for personal reflection.

Learn about the labyrinth, walk a large canvas labyrinth, and center yourself in quietness and reflection in this class hosted by a Veriditas Trained and Certified Labyrinth Facilitator.

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Wed

Location
KSU Center

Instructor
Chris Beam 

Fee: 

$49.00


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
8/16/2017 - 8/16/2017 Weekly - Wed 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Kennesaw, KSU Center  Map, Room: 400 Chris Beam 

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