Want to find your way to enlightenment by getting a little lost first?
If you’d like to try a different kind of meditation, one cross cultural tool for meditation and contemplation is a labyrinth.
While the dictionary defines a labyrinth as “a complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way; a maze”, a true labyrinth consists of a single path that winds back and forth but eventually takes you to single central location (as opposed to a maze, which offers multiple paths and dead ends)
Walking a labyrinth can be helpful for meditation, introspection, problem solving or even getting in touch with your creative side
and there are many labyrinths all over the world.
Want to find one?
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