Labyrinth

Labyrinths: Paths to inner Peace
Open year round - next to greenhouse and railroad tracks.
turn down RR tracks stop by greenhouse.

A labyrinth is different from a maze, though the two are often confused. The labyrinth is one of the oldest contemplative and transformational tools known to humankind, used for centuries for prayer, ritual, initiation, and personal and spiritual growth, This ancient and powerful tool is unicursal, offering only one route to the center and back out again: no blind alleys, dead ends, or tricks, as in a maze. No matter where you are in the labyrinth's coherent circuits you can always see the center. once you set you foot upon its path, the labyrinth gently and faultlessly leads you to the center of both the labyrinth and yourself, no matter how many twist and turns you negotiate in the process.

What remains for the labyrinth walker is simply the deeply meditative and symbolic discipline of setting one foot in front of the other, of honoring the journey itself and what it has to teach. The mind can be stilled and attention paid to the body, the wisdom of the heart, and the graces of being rather than doing.

Mary's Labyrinth

This was built and named after my grandmother, Mary.
She was an angel on earth. She gave freely to whoever was in need. She never complained and worked to help others.
I miss you grandma.

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