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Labyrinth in Fort Langley, BC | Meditation | Spirituality

By Sofia Reis, Lori Bella and Scott Paton

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The Labyrinth The labyrinth is an ancient symbol of wholeness, thousands of years old, that bridges all cultures and spiritual sects. At its most basic level the labyrinth is a metaphor for the journey to the center of your deepest self and back out into the world with a broadened understanding of who you are. We are all on the path... exactly where we need to be. The labyrinth is a model of that path. Walking the labyrinth is symbolic of walking the spiritual path; our personal journey of illumination. There is no right way to walk the labyrinth. It is individual to each person and should be treated as an individual journey. Walk The Labyrinth Standing at the entrance in quiet reflection is a good starting point. Some like to set an intention for their walk, but there is no wrong or right way to approach the labyrinth walk. As you walk the labyrinth, you can use hand positions, or mudras, to make the symbolism even more meaningful. As you enter the labyrinth and walk toward the centre, hold your hands in a "palms down" position, making the intention to release all that no longer serves you. When you reach the centre, pause and hold your hands "palms up" in a gesture of receptivity to the insights you are receiving. As you walk out of the labyrinth, keep your palms up in order to receive strength and guidance on your journey, and for help in making your insights manifest in the world. As you leave the labyrinth, turn to face the centre and bring your" palms together", giving gratitude for the gift of spirit in your life. After walking the labyrinth, reflect back on your experience. When: September 20th, 2010 7 - 10pm Where: Fort Langley Hall Sugested Donation: $5 plus a non-perishable food item. All proceeds to the Fort Langley Food Bank

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