Sacred Labyrinth and Medicine Wheel
A Spiritual Quest

A Labyrinth is a map a path that can connect us to a sacred world, walking a labyrinth can create real magic. Bringing together different levels of consciousness. When we walk a labyrinth we are entering into sacred space. Labyrinths are found across the world they have been with us from pre-history. Found in caves, hillsides near sacred wells, and in the desert. A frequency is put in place within a labyrinth setting up a rhythm for personal growth

This labyrinth has been dedicated to the Goddess, and all her realms. For personal healing and growth for us the planet and the cosmos. Labyrinths are often found on power centers, navels for birth and growth. When we create a labyrinth it becomes a power center for power and growth.

Walking the labyrinth opens up our intuition to a greater world. This Labyrinth has seven cycles, each turn has a meaning and opening to inner magic. The power of the frequency seven is sacred, use it as you will.

Ways To Focus As You Walk

  • SEEKING truth
  • HONOR the lessons of experience
  • ACCEPT the lessons of life, accept the responsibility for making the choice, and accept the changes coming with that chose.
  • SEE/PERCEIVE the inner potential for the good that may come by the choices you have made.
  • HEAR we are always exactly where we are supposed to be.
  • TRUST our faith
  • LOVE unconditionally

How To Meditate While Walking

 1. Stand in front of the entrance to the labyrinth. State your intention as clearly as possible. For example: I want a solution to my problem with … It could be anything that is troubling you.

2.Center yourself by taking a couple of deep breaths. This is important because doing this you instruct your subconscious and all other parts of yourself to pay attention to your sincere wish of solving your problem.

3. Acknowledge your coming meditative or spiritual journey within the labyrinth. You may also say a short prayer or smudge yourself, depending on which faith you adhere to. Closing your eyes and reflecting or taking a simple bow are other nice ways to begin the process.

  • Decide whether you will walk barefoot or with shoes on. With bare feet, you can feel the texture of the earth beneath your feet and connect to its grounding forces.

4. Begin your walk. The first step sets the pace for your walk. It can be fast or slow. Choose your intention for the walk. Are you being spiritual, reflective, mindful, playful, creative or something else? If you’re problem-solving, your walk becomes a meditation when you surrender all your problems and just walk. Other parts of you have now a chance to process your request of a solution.

  • If you are very upset: fast walking in lets the emotions dissipate easier. Most people try slowing down their mind by slower walking, relying on the mind and body reflection.

5. Continue to walk. Keep your mind quiet, and still pestering thoughts each time they arise. Concentrate on the placement of one foot before the other and rhythmic, gentle and regular breathing.

  • If you’re problem solving, walk as you didn’t have any problems at all, let it all go. Surrender to the activity of attentive walking. Let the burden (your problem) fall off your shoulders. Various parts of your being are now processing your wish for solution. All you have to do is to let it incubate and not interfere, let it be and let go of any expectations. Continue to walk as you didn’t have any problems at all, let it all go.
  • If you’re going on a spiritual journey or seeking creative inspiration, again let it all go and just surrender to the experience of walking the labyrinth.

6. Pause on reaching the center. You may stop here for awhile, sit or lay down if you feel like it and meditate or reflect. The main thing is to let yourself surrender totally to your inner process. It feels so good to have all the time you need.

  • If you don’t have a problem, question or quest for inspiration, just sit quietly and let things be.

7. Walk out. When you are ready, just walk out. Accept the insights and gifts you may have received. Adopting a sense of gratitude will always facilitate resolutions. Offer your thanks for what you have learned.