Labyrinths have probably always been used as spiritual tools.
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A labyrinth has only one avenue. Its geometry combines the circle and spiral into a purposeful meandering path. The way in is the way out. There are no blind alleys.
THE LABYRINTH - Franciscan Spiritual Center
A profound tool for meditation, the labyrinth is a metaphor for your spiritual path. Also a feminist Christian icon, the labyrinth embodies inspiration heightened awareness and can serve as a psychological and spiritual tool for self exploration. Approach this card as you might walk a physical labyrinth: From a passive, receptive mind set, allow activation of your intuition and inner knowing.
As you view this card in relationship to your inquiry, open to any messages you may receive and feel how your emotions respond to these insights. Move from your outward point of inquiry to the place of inner knowing. Sit in your sacred center, giving thanks for the gifts you have received; and then move outward, where this guidance can become your truth. There is only one path available to you right now, and it will deliver you right into the heart.
The Labyrinth: A Spiritual Journey
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Kenneth McIntosh Goodreads Author. A Spiritual Journey it was ok 2. This book of images, quotes, stories, and folklore reveals the ancient meanings of the labyrinth, meanings that are still relevant today. At the center of the labyrinth, we may encounter a monster—or the Divine. Ultimately, the center is the Self, the true identity to which each of us is called.
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Paperback , 0 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Labyrinth , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jun 13, Amy Paget rated it it was ok. It does a remarkable job of outlining labyrinth history from its first uses in human imagination to modern applications. This book is most notable for its short quotations from a wide range of thinkers on the meaning and explorations made possible by labyrinth walking.