Have you ever walked a Labyrinth? It’s a fun way to let go of your troubles, and open yourself up to receive new direction in life.
Labyrinths have been in use for over 4,000 years. Their basic design is fundamental to nature and many cultures and religious traditions. Walking a labyrinth is a meditative practice that clears the mind, gives insight and calms people during life’s transitions.
A Labyrinth is not to be confused with a maze because there are no tricks and no dead ends. A Labyrinth has a single path that winds into the center. The path you take in is the path you take out. It’s in full view, which allows you to be quiet and focus internally.
Turn Off Your Analytical Mind. Open Yourself Up To Receive.
According to Tina Proctor, a Certified Labyrinth Facilitator in Denver, Colorado: “Something magical happens when you brain realizes that you are on a path where you cannot get lost. Walking a Labyrinth requires no thinking, no choices, no crossroads — there’s just one single, non-branching path, which leads to the center.”
“Your whole analytical mind just lets go,” she adds. “Since your left brain has let go you are in a much better place for receiving. Your right brain can be more creative since the chatter is quieted.” [Read more…]