Explaining the construction of labyrinths
Making a 3 circuit/4 circle labyrinth
Drawing our 11 circuit labyrinth
Close up of Chartres-style labyrinth drawing
Time to walk the labyrinth
Walking to the center
Step by step
Feet on the labyrinth
Praying in the center
Leaving the labyrinth
Talking about our experiences
Listening to each other
Sharing the meanings of the prayer
Who found this labyrinth experience helpful?
The Spirit-led leadership training blends theory and practice, so our second session on using labyrinths included learning how to draw labyrinths as well as walking one. Being more familiar with the labyrinth pattern itself allowed us to enter into even more deeply into prayer. Once again we were moved by how every single participant indicated that the prayer walk was personally meaningful to him or her as a way to connect with God.
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