Due to camera mishaps, we lost the photos.
the images are in the hearts of those who attended
World Labyrinth Day – 2014
hold this as an imagination......
Think about the fact that labyrinths appeared all over the world, long long ago, when
there was no obvious form of communication from continent to continent.
This is one of life's mysteries.... how did this happen?
Think of it as one of Divine's gifts.... given to assist humankind
as it goes through its growth and evolution
We have an opportunity on the first Saturday in May to take full advantage of this gift
People all over the world will be walking labyrinths in celebration
The greatest gift we can give the labyrinth is to utilize it for the purpose it was given to us:
to affect a feeling of connection to labyrinths all over the world
and to all the people walking them on this day
With this connection we can affect major shift in our human thinking,
our human willing, and our human doing
We understand the law of attraction.... that whatever we focus on increases
So, if we focus on gratitude for all of those things we appreciate and love in our lives.....
those very things will be nurtured and healed and will flourish and increase
… if we walk with an intention of GRATITUDE for the healthy waters, the healthy
seeds, peace in our hearts, the oneness of all life everywhere...... anything we can
imagine that brings us joy
.... this is what we will experience
.... this walk is a walk of joy, in gratitude, and celebration
For the first time since 2009, the Nelson Community Labyrinth Group did not host a public walk at the Lakeside Labyrinth in Nelson’s Rotary Park. This was in respect for the physical distancing protocols set out to protect our community and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We created a virtual display on our website which offered several safe alternatives. Many of these alternatives are available in the RESOURCES section of our website
The Labyrinth Society hosted Walk around the World, a 24‐hour international online event that connected people virtually across time, offering virtual labyrinth walks and presentations.
Due to COVID-19, we were unable to host a walk this year. A few people came out to walk the labyrinth on their own.