“It’s World Labyrinth Day this Saturday, May 6th at 12.30. Come and explore the labyrinths at 36 Furphy Ave!
Existing for more than 4,000 years, labyrinths are mythological designs used for fertility rituals, symbolic pilgrimages, and spiritual practice. In a hyperactive world of constant connectivity, labyrinths are in resurgence as more people seek out sacred spaces that promote insight and inner wisdom.
Labyrinths are also found in diverse environments, from schools, parks and prisons to corporate campuses in Silicon Valley (Google offers two for employees in Mountain View and a golden snail greets visitors at the center of the walking path at Electronic Arts in Redwood City). Churches are also building labyrinths as an alternative way to engage their community and facilitate spiritual practice.
Here is the local venue for WORLD LABYRINTH DAY on Saturday May 6th. 36 Furphy Ave , Kialla. Come and join me to “Walk as one at 1pm ” as part of a worldwide celebration of the labyrinth. 12.30 talk and 1pm walk. You are welcome to come later if you can’t get there for the beginning. Labyrinths open till 3.30pm . All welcome, bring friends!
The triple labyrinth at Kialla
For more information, contact Dr Lisa Shortridge 0419 562 790