Reflecting on the meaning of labyrinth experiences yields greater understanding. After completing a time or labyrinth prayer it is helpful to explore what happened in the environment and within. These are the questions I have been using to deepen my understanding after labyrinth walks in Austin, Texas.
What is the message or gift of this particular labyrinth experience?
Where do I notice The Divine in what I experienced?
What is my prayer now that I have walked and reflected?
What do I want to remember and take with me?
Christ Episcopal Church of Cedar Park: Hwy. 1431 (3.5 miles west of Hwy. 183) Cedar Park, Texas 78630
Church of Conscious Harmony: 7406 Newhall Lane Austin, TX 78746
Oak Hill United Methodist Church: 7815 Hwy 290 W. Austin, Texas 78736
Ascension Seton SW Hospital (near Medical Plaza 2): 7900 Farm to Market Rd 1826 Austin, Texas 78737
St. John’s Episcopal Church: 11201 Parkfield Drive Austin, Texas 78758
Becker Elementary School: 906 West Milton Street Austin, Texas 78704
To find labyrinth information related to local labyrinths in Austin (or close to you) use the World Wide Labyrinth Locator, the Well-Fed Spirit Labyrinth Map of labyrinths in the United States, and the Austin Labyrinth Project (Google) Map.
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