Creating Labyrinth Energy

TLS 365 Experience #98
June 6, 2017

As the world is in constant change and flow, I find the labyrinth a place to accept the flow of my energy as an individual on it, though the labyrinth structure remains the same. It represents the steady and true to our understanding as it sits waiting for use and performs with the same parameters of stillness each time. I am one factor that creates change. The labyrinth doesn’t really change, I do.

The others who walk it do the same, bringing their energy to the experience and maybe leaving something behind.  It makes me consider who walked before me and who walks after as a result.

As everything that is used, shows its wear, the labyrinth change is subtle. The stones may move or roll away, the design may shift, paint can fade and marks appear on its surface. It holds a place for all of us and contains the energy of what we have infused it with. A labyrinth that looks old or care worn, is a labyrinth that has much to tell us.

Today’s Experience submitted:
LAT, Labyrinth Designer, Facilitator
Illinois


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