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This is an amazing way to journal whether it's reflecting on the labyrinth walk or just every day. Great promps all throughout the book. Highly recommend Journaling the Labyrinth Path by Catherine Anderson http://www.amazon.com/dp/098852712X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Wezvub0Y01XGP

This is an amazing way to journal whether it's reflecting on the labyrinth walk or just every day. Great promps all throughout the book. Highly recommend Journaling the Labyrinth Path by Catherine Anderson http://www.amazon.com/dp/098852712X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Wezvub0Y01XGP

The Labyrinth Society talks about Labyrinths as Sacred Geometry and how the act of walking back and forth aids one in achieving resonance.  "Sacred geometry is the act of studying the divine act of creation and then using that knowledge to create in the same way. By studying nature, we find that the basic building blocks of creation are geometric."

The Labyrinth Society talks about Labyrinths as Sacred Geometry and how the act of walking back and forth aids one in achieving resonance. "Sacred geometry is the act of studying the divine act of creation and then using that knowledge to create in the same way. By studying nature, we find that the basic building blocks of creation are geometric."

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)."

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)."

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