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Come to the Labyrinth

Updated on April 18, 2016
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Seafarer Mama/Karen is a poet, and reads her poetry to small groups of friends, and to larger groups at open mics.

Come to the Labyrinth and find Quiet and Peace

Sign at the entrance to my co-housing community's labyrinth, with a Baltic Wheel design
Sign at the entrance to my co-housing community's labyrinth, with a Baltic Wheel design | Source

Come to the Labyrinth

All you who seek serenity, come to the labyrinth and walk the path to quiet your mind and heart.

All you who seek change, come to the labyrinth and walk the path to find the courage to make the changes you seek.

All you who seek community, come to the labyrinth and walk the path to open your heart and find the support of fellow pilgrims on life's journey.

All you who are broken, come to the labyrinth and walk the path toward healing.

Walk the Path in a New Direction

Chartres-style medieval labyrinth on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston
Chartres-style medieval labyrinth on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston | Source
Classical 7-circuit labyrinth made of crab apples on the lawn of the Northborough, Massachusetts UU church.
Classical 7-circuit labyrinth made of crab apples on the lawn of the Northborough, Massachusetts UU church. | Source
A bird's eye view of the 7-circult labyrinth I created in our  UU church's courtyard.
A bird's eye view of the 7-circult labyrinth I created in our UU church's courtyard. | Source

Walk the path toward Mystery

Come to the Labyrinth and walk the path to:

Encouragement,

Forgiveness,

Reconciliation,

Renewal,

Healing,

Connection,

Authenticity,

Fortitude,

Open-Heartedness,

Open-Mindedness,

Peace, and

Love...

© 2016 Karen Szklany Gault

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      Deborah Demander 15 months ago from First Wyoming, then THE WORLD

      I would love to find or create a labyrinth for meditating.

      Thanks for writing.

      Namaste

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      Karen Szklany Gault 15 months ago from New England

      You can. There is a simple seed pattern that starts the process. Perhaps I should write a hub about it soon.

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      Bill Holland 15 months ago from Olympia, WA

      What a beautiful reflection...thank you for sharing this with us all. A great way to begin my Monday!

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      Karen Szklany Gault 15 months ago from New England

      Thank you for stopping by, Bill. Glad my poem inspired you to begin your Monday on a positive note. Hope you have a good week! Hope that you, Bev, your hens and gardens are in good health .

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