Austin Labyrinth Adventures

Traveling is becoming possible again and I’m ready to explore some new labyrinths. I’m in Austin Texas for a month and look forward to visiting many of the local labyrinths and sharing photos as well as learnings.

Stones of the Austin Presbyterian Seminary Labyrinth

I would like to start with a word of gratitude to all those who make finding labyrinths in new environments possible, thank you! There are great resources out there to help–here are the ones I’ve been using: The World-Wide Labyrinth Locator, The Well-Fed Spirit Labyrinth Map, the Austin Labyrinth Project Map, and word of mouth.

The labyrinth at Bulter Park in downtown Austin

I’ve been able to visit, walk, and pray five labyrinths here so far. It will be my joy to share my labyrinth adventures, findings, and images with you in the days and weeks to come. Feel free to contact me if you have a favorite labyrinth here in the Austin area you would like to recommend.


4 thoughts on “Austin Labyrinth Adventures

  1. May your walks and prayers in the Austin Labyrinths help bring Peace between Russia and Ukraine, Russia and the United States and the Europeans, and between all the countries and people who devote themselves to war instead of peace and the wellness of the people.

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