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World Labyrinth Day - "Walk as One at 1" labyrinth walk



This walk is on a Saturday afternoon, rather than our usual Sunday morning, in order to "synch" with World Labyrinth Day (always the 1st Saturday in May) labyrinth walks around the world (i.e., folks will walk at one o'clock in each time zone to create a wave of peace that travels around the world).  More information is available on The Labyrinth Society website:

We'll meet at Millbrook Baptist Church on their outdoor labyrinth that is behind the church.  This is one of the nicest labyrinths in the Raleigh area (11-circuit, Chartres style) and it is surrounded by a wonderful garden with benches.

The focus of this walk will be on peace.  We'll follow the usual release (walking in) - receive (sitting/standing in the center) - return (walking out) sequence for this walk.  More about labyrinths and the walk itself when we meet.  Be assured that there is no wrong way to walk a labyrinth; and, that everything that happens on the labyrinth has meaning and metaphor.  Plan on 45 - 60 minutes to learn about and walk the labyrinth; then time afterwards for journaling and talking.  We'll walk rain or shine unless there is lightning and thunder.

For more information about the MBC labyrinth, check out their website:


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  • Melody R.

    The labyrinth, like life, is so much easier when I just put one foot in front of the other and smile.

    2 · May 4, 2013

  • Gurpreet

    The labyrinth walk, the structure itself, the surrounding gardens, and the spirit of reverence with which everyone walked it were all a blessing. Thank you so much to Leslie for organizing this event. I plan to come back to this site often.

    1 · May 4, 2013

  • Leslie G.

    The temperature, wind and weather made for a delightful labyrinth walk. I'm glad that we were a part of the wave of peace circling the world today.

    1 · May 4, 2013

  • LT

    Hello, everyone. Many apologies for the late cancellation. Hopefully someone from thr wait list (if there is one) will have a chance to walk with y'all now.

    May 4, 2013

  • Diane

    Double booked myself. Maybe next time

    May 3, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I will be out of town. Enjoy the meditation :)

    April 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Would like to bring 3 others from our meetup group (Natural People) Southern Pines. Would you please accept 2 more since the computer would only allow me to do 1 guest. We are driving as a group.I love walking labyrinths.Thank you for doing this.

    April 5, 2013

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