Interactive Labyrinth

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University Centre Courtyard (main level)

No registration required, please join us!


Labyrinths are ancient, concentric, walking path designs used in a variety of faith and cultural traditions to foster prayer, contemplation, and meditation.  Walking the labyrinth can be symbolic of many things - a pilgrimage, navigating the twists and turns of life, an inward journey towards what matters most, a rebirth into new ways of living, etc.  Each experience with a labyrinth is unique to the user, but one thing is consistent - in a labyrinth (unlike in a maze) there is no way to get lost and no way to take a wrong turn.  You are on your own unique journey, exactly where you need to be.

Students, faculty and staff, come out to try walking a labyrinth and see what this ancient practice might speak to your mind, body, and soul.

This is one of many activities taking place during Mental Health Week. View the full calendar online to see what else is taking place!


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