Walking the Labyrinth offers new pathways for spiritual and imaginative multitasking!

May 18th at Federated Church of Orleans...
Experience the outdoor labyrinth at The Federated Church of Orleans on May 18th (Courtesy photo)

Today people live in multiple contexts among many others known and unknown.  Our lives require multiple behaviors and roles in order to manage our outer experiences.  There are fewer and fewer moments to consider our inner experiences.  Seldom for example, do we have the opportunity to pause to contemplate the “Creation” from which we continuously benefit.

 

The guided labyrinth walk at the Federated Church of Orleans on Friday, May 18, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. will offer a brief occasion to do something wonderful together.  As a group we will walk together, quietly, and focus on our place in the great creation.  We will participate in the reconfirmation that we are not alone in the world and remind ourselves that there is a grander existence than that offered to us by society.

 

Darlene T. Hagon and Dr. Margaret Rappaport, both Veriditas-certified Labyrinth Facilitators will urge us to merge our feelings, thoughts and images with the ever present outer realities of living.  Darlene will offer meditative selections from the Earth Mass by Paul Winter to enhance the walk experience.

 

Please join us for this interesting occasion to walk the outdoor labyrinth together at the Federated Church of Orleans. The labyrinth is an ancient prototype which has recently been rediscovered as a path of prayer and walking meditation.  Anyone is welcome to walk the labyrinth, located in the far rear corner of The Federated Church of Orleans.


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