Walking the Labyrinth at Edgar Cayces A.R.E. in Virginia Beach, VA: I lived in VA Beach for a couple of years and walked the Labyrinth often. It was beautiful and peaceful and over-looked the ocean. There is also a meditation garden next to it, which is gorgeous and a reflexology path that you walk with your shoes off. I wish we had one in New Jersey. Walking it felt like instant calm.
A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world.
The Labyrinth represents a spiritual journey…a path to our own sacred inner space. It is based on a spiral patterns found in nature. A labyrinth is journey to quiet the mind and open the soul. It can be a revealing path or just an enjoyable walk. Visit often and discover your own true path.
This is a finger labyrinth . I created this for a friend who used it to help center and focus her healing energies. The background was inspired by an x-ray image of the sun, I used an endpaper image to convey the lines of force and revealed it by erasing a mask with a feathered brush. Visio and Photoshop by Tom Butler #TB #Technoglyf
Radionics Subtle Energy and Vibrational Medicine "The Labyrinth maze pattern is impressed into the floor of the Christian cathedral in the town of Chartres outside Paris. During ceremonies, the priest leads the congregation through the maze while praying and chanting and in so doing activates the geometry. Looking carefully at the pattern you will notice that alternate paths are always going in opposite directions. (Written and verified by Dr John Stewart)."