“The labyrinth literally reintroduces the experience of walking a clearly defined path. This reminds us that there is a path, a process that brings us to unity, to the center of our beings. In the simple act of walking, the soul finds solace and peace.” –Lauren Artress
May 20, 2017
Walking the Labyrinth in Community
Whether you’re a seasoned labyrinth walker or this is your first experience, we invite you to join us. Like the power of experiencing silence or meditation in community, walking the labyrinth with others can be a deeply moving experience. Come, begin your weekend unraveling what no longer serves you as you walk into the labyrinth or ask “What is Mine to Do?” As you walk back out, be with the questions and listen for and sense any answers that arise.
Ann Fields has wide experience with this type of labyrinth, based upon one in the historic cathedral in Chartres, France. She’s led labyrinth walks for everyone from kindergartners to young-at-heart adults. She’ll briefly offer a talk about labyrinths and then invite you to walk it in compatible silence with others.
* Don’t worry if you can’t arrive by 9am. We welcome your participation any time between 9am and 11am. Feel free to bring the whole family and even a blanket and a picnic lunch for afterwards. It’s a delightful place to enjoy the beauty of nature and the city skyline at the same time.
For more information about this empowering workshop event, please contact Eremos today.
Butler Park is located between Dougherty Arts Center and Palmer Events Center, bounded by Riverside Drive to the north and Barton Springs Road to the south. The labyrinth is closer to Barton Springs Road and the free parking next to Dougherty Arts Center (Dawson Road) is the ideal place to park.