Labyrinth Walk in Harwich July 12th

Harwich Cultural Center Library at 10 a.m.
(Courtesy photo)

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 JULY 12, 2019 – 10:00 A. M.

ADMISSION: Free Contact:  [email protected]

 

THEME: A Providential Resource

The labyrinth is a walking meditation tool for personal and professional transformation and community building.

Labyrinths are used in sacred settings for spiritual growth, worship, and prayer.

Labyrinth activities include presentations, unguided and facilitated contemplative walks, workshops and breakout meetings during retreats and conferences.

Labyrinths are used in supportive healing ceremonies for people challenged by physical and mental illnesses.

Labyrinth walks help to focus and encourage people seeking health and wellness discipline.

Labyrinth programs are sometimes tailored for people seeking to unleash their creative potential.

Labyrinths can also serve as a core feature of a community, becoming a meeting place and a respite in a busy environment.

The labyrinth and the practice of walking the path in quiet, either alone or in small groups, accompanied by selected music to enhance meditation is a providential resource for people.  It is effortless and easy to relate to, even among strangers. Walking repeatedly connects us to what we know, what we value, and what makes us feel good. It can be viewed as an algorithm that guides us to the clarification of problems in the modern world!  In that way, it is an enriching experience. Ironically, walking the Labyrinth where there are no hesitations, no dilemmas, and no choices becomes an inspiration.

Darlene T. Hagon has selected music to accompany Labyrinth Quests’ walks.  The labyrinth features artistic and decorative objects to enhance meditation and quiet reflection.

All are welcome to join us to walk.  People may sit to observe, as well.


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