A Simple Check In

TLS 365 Experience #113
June 21, 2017

I used to walk the labyrinth daily, I did this for years and wasn’t at all sure of why I made a daily commitment of it.  Yet, something about taking a walk somewhere in my day gave me a  reference point for being present to what I was to experience or what I had experienced. Before I went to sleep, I would journal a bit and the experience of the labyrinth always seemed to find its way into the writing, explaining or narrating my day as if had been part of the design.

I am not sure why I stopped walking daily, though know it was a different time when I did. I realized in my regular walking,  I wasn’t able to go to sleep or feel complete in my day until I had a recap of it by walking the labyrinth. It was never an obligation, just something I looked forward to.

Now, I am not so frequent, though do realize that there are times when I just want to regroup and I find myself stopping in the midst of the day to trace a finger labyrinth in the air. Short and sweet it does the job of giving me a moment to check in.

Today’s Experience submitted by:
CM, Labyrinth Facilitator

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