Walking the labyrinth can be a way for the psyche to connect with the soul, a way of seeking God. It may be a symbolic pilgrimage or a means of seeking clarity, vision, focus, healing, discernment, peace, or spiritual insight. The labyrinth is a spiritual tool. There is no right or wrong way to walk the labyrinth!
Trinity's Labyrinth Guild provides regular opportunities to strengthen and deepen spiritual connections by walking the labyrinth. Monthly Public Walks are offered from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Kempton Hall on the 3rd Monday of the month (except for January and February when the schedule is different).
The Courage of Kindness: A Labyrinth Workshop (Registration is Closed)
Saturday, March 17, 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Kempton Hall.
We invite you to join us for a workshop supporting self-reflection and experiencing kindness and gentleness so important in this time. There will be time to reflect on your own yearning for kindness and gentleness, to share your experiences with others and explore the courage to give yearning a voice for change by walking the labyrinth. This workshop builds on the creation of an intellectual, emotional, and spiritual space to listen and respond to each other with encouragement and compassion. We are all in this together and companionship of even two or three kindred spirits can lead to courage for change. The Labyrinth, an ancient pattern of walking meditation, allows us to naturally contemplate deeply. In listening to our own inner guides we can connect with qualities necessary for change. Molly Osborne is becoming a facilitator for the Center for Courage and Renewal. Patricia Newton is a certified labyrinth facilitator and a member of the Trinity Labyrinth Guild. We are physicians developing healing communities with thanks to Trinity Cathedral.