Take a day for yourself to find peace and stillness as you use the magic of the labyrinth for inner reflection. Join me deep in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, amongst fields and woodland for a day of nurture and nourishment for mind, body and soul.
Essentially a walking meditation a labyrinth is a spiraling path within a circle – cut out of turf or drawn in sand, or even painted on material to be rolled out anywhere.
You start by setting an intention, maybe you want to calm your mind, find peace or maybe you are wanting to tap into your intuition to help you with a problem.
The path loops and turns and curves to the centre, the steady rhythm of your walk helps to calm your mind and allow that peace or for your intuition to speak to you.
On reaching the centre of the labyrinth there is time to pause and to listen.
The path out is as important as the path in, time to process to integrate the information you have been given.
If you combine this type of walking meditation with a seated or lying meditation (like a sound bath for instance) then it really does help you to find a deeper knowledge.
The Walking the labyrinth day will consist of an introduction, sharing time to set your intention for the day. We will do some moving meditation to connect to your body followed by a sound bath, as you come back after the sound bath you will be encouraged to go directly into the labyrinth to do your walk and once you come out to sit and journal all your thoughts and feelings, ideas and so on.
This will be followed by lunch and in the afternoon create your own smaller ‘finger labyrinth’ to take home with you.
You will leave the day feeling reconnected to your intuition, feeling stronger emotionally, more confident in your intuition, more resilient and refreshed and recharged.
And you will have a small labyrinth – one that sits on yoru desk or table which you can trace with your finger so you can have a meditation tool of your very own,
We will be in the beautiful wildlife area of Sinfield Nature Trust, walking their labyrinth cut into turf with a rose quartz at the centre.
We have a beautiful meadow to lay in for the sound bath and a woodland glade for our sharing portion.
You can book on by clicking on this link
The day includes light lunch and refreshments and your own finger labyrinth to take home with you.
Sunday 26th June 2022
10am until 2pm
Sinfield Nature Conservation Trust, White House Farm, Hasketon IP13 6JP