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Savoring Seasonal Steps

Day 25

January 25, 2019
Month of Beginnings
Quarter of Consciousness
Let’s Walk the World, a focus of contribution

  1. For Your Walk:
    Close your eyes and imagine this walk in the seasons of your year. Walk in as winter. At the middle of the first half of your walk close your eyes again and imagine the spring. At the end of the first half repeat the imagination with summer and before the last quarter of the walk, imagine fall.
  2. For Your Experience: 
    Do you walk differently with the seasons? Which is the most engaging and which the least and why?
  3. Share:   Share your message
    When we collectively offer the ways to begin, someone sees a new idea, thought or experience to enjoy. Today, share images, art, ideas, designs, tips, facilitations, building strategies, ideas from your book, poems, teachings, etc.

Today’s Experience:

The first snow of the season falls on the labyrinthWalked the labyrinth today even tho snow covered 99% of path! Insight that as long as I kept moving, with muscle memory of having walked it before and knowledge of the center, even if it wasn’t a neat way to get there, I would still arrive at the center and retrace my steps back out again.

Honest about some discomfort about not doing it “right” and appreciation for building consistency of engaging with the labyrinth/myself and getting good exercise and brisk fresh air, too!


Shared by:
E. Klein
Labyrinth Enthusiast

Image by: TLS 365 Experience


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January: A Month of Beginnings

With a focus on sharing this month and the ways we set up our plans to the actual way we place our first step, beginnings can offer us a way to realize our outcomes.

  1.  Explore what beginning is like for you, personally or professionally in all you do.
  2.  Observe yourself in this first quarter of the year as a contribution.
  3.  Walk, design, teach, build, express yourself in sharing an experience this month.
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