Living the Labyrinth

TLS 365 Experience #49
April 18, 2017

We were a group of women on an encounter. Dropped off at a origin of point unknown, we were given a map and a compass with a direction to discover and an instruction to move with consensus back to our original home point.

We proved that we walk the labyrinth in any given day, circling around and returning though always finding that center point of wisdom, checking in before moving on. The learning was a profound introspection of women walking together and finding consensus to achieve a goal. In the discussions and disagreements, there was a labyrinth of conversation circling around and touching into the wisdom point before coming to consensus.

When we thought we were the farthest away was when we were the closest of all, and when we surrendered to our differences, our similarities brought us home. We found our destination was indeed a  labyrinth and unseeing, we realized it had been there all along. The walk of reflection on this labyrinth saw the many steps we took that day and how the journey toward our similarities begins with our differences.


Today’s Experience submitted by:
Labyrinth Facilitator and Designer
Illinois

The TLS 365 Experience: A Cycle of Giving & Receiving

1. Receive
Read/Bookmark/Apply the Daily Experience:
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2. Give
Share your own “Experience” and add to the wisdom:
https://labyrinthsociety.org/share-your-experience

The cycle of giving and receiving is a cycle of caring and sharing of our wisdom and appreciation

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