Oh, the Places you’ll Go…

Where does the path lead?

LT_LabyrinthYardAlways from here to there, no matter where you start from. It’s the season of the sojourn as we travel seeking many a thing, feeling or the people that shape us. Tis a time of importance on the path because even when we are not out traveling with the physical body, we just might be making mental milestones or emotional epiphanies too. The spiritual sojourn is always an opportunity in our daily commitments and as we all know in walking, it can be the place that brings our other parts together so well.

On the travels far and wide of the summer, or just in your neck of the woods, look for the patterns that create a labyrinth and you may find there is a reflection of it the world over. The labyrinth is present everywhere and in many a place too. If you recall the blogs of earlier posts, an investigation of the curious nature revealed the labyrinth in the clouds, seeds, and on the shoreline created by nature alone.

The photo above is one taken of the many helpers that came to move the former bricks of this labyrinth into the community, so beyond our own movements, there is even a journey of the labyrinth itself. It moves from a more singular purpose to a larger opportunity in scope.

Enjoy this feast for the feet or fingers today and enjoy the internal labyrinth as you take the many circuitous paths that flow through your body onto the labyrinth to align all in walking. Think circulations system, digestive, canals, finger prints and even your brain… all samples of the internal labyrinth.

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