Walk the Labyrinth

Location: The Monastery, Manchester (Franciscan) Manchester M12 5WF
Start Date: 20 September, 2009 at 12:00
Finish Date: 20 September 2009 at 04:00
Leader: Mary Anne Hazen (View profile)
Cost: £0

Once a month, as part of the St Francis Sundays open days, people can now take part in a meditation walk on a full size canvas replica of the famous stone labyrinth set into the nave at Chartres Cathedral in France.

Walk the Labyrinth 2009 Dates: Sun 11 Oct and Sun 15 Nov

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The giant labyrinth is situated in the nave of The Monastery in Gorton, east Manchester. A suggested donation to participate is £5 per person. A labyrinth is an ancient pattern or archetype found all over the world and in many cultures. They have been found on pottery and tiles that date back to 2500 BC and since then have found expression through different belief systems and religions. During the middle ages they were incorporated into churches and cathedrals symbolizing the idea of pilgrimage or sacred journey.

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Categories: Healing    Meditation    Movement    Spiritual paths   

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