Labyrinth Walk in Harwich February 8th

Harwich Cultural Center Library at 10 a.m.

WHO:  LABYRINTH QUESTS FACILITATORS:

DR. MARGARET RAPPAPORT, DARLENE T. HAGON

WHAT:  INDOOR  LABYRINTH MEDITATIVE WALK

WHERE:   HARWICH CULTURAL CENTER LIBRARY

                     204 SISSON ROAD, HARWICH 774-212-3482

WHEN:  FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2019 – 10:00 A. M.

ADMISSION: FREE  

CONTACT:  [email protected]

On Friday, February 8, Darlene T. Hagon reflects on Comfort in setting the theme for the monthly labyrinth walk offered by Labyrinth Quests.  She asks us to consider the labyrinth as a well spring for the happiness, reassurance, and rest we seek by comforting ourselves and others in our community.

Comfort as it is experienced in walking the labyrinth brings hope and kindness to the need we have for relationship.  Moments of inspiration occur many times in the quiet greetings we exchange and in the smiles we share.

Today, some people speak confidently of the importance of “comfort zones”.  The labyrinth is the essence of this value because of the ease and freedom from distracting restraints that walking together as a community affords us.  Darlene T. Hagon urges us to try something new in walking the labyrinth.  She  also concurs with the wise health advice of Hippocrates, who reportedly said, “cure sometimes, and comfort always”.

This walk will feature selected, meditative music.  The labyrinth will be arrayed with candles for ambiance.  Join us in our beautiful “comfort zone” from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

All participants are welcome to walk or to comfortably sit near the labyrinth in this peaceful setting. 


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