How to Walk a Virtual Labyrinth
What is a Labyrinth?
A meditation labyrinth has one meandering path leading to a center. There are no dead ends, nor wrong turns in these patterns. When you keep walking forward you are assured of success in reaching the center. Walking this type of labyrinth is a metaphor for our life. We traverse many twists and turns on our journey through life until we reach the center. Walking a meditation labyrinth can reveal our Soul’s deepest purpose. Labyrinth walking allows us to make quantum leaps in personal evolution. As a personal ceremony, it brings greater happiness and health.
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Virtual Labyrinth Walk
Chuck Hunner is a Master Labyrinth Creator and Facilitator. His first encounter with a labyrinth over 20 years ago on a beach in Florida brought instant calm. From that time, walking a labyrinth has always brought him peace and clarity.
Since then Chuck has facilitated many labyrinth walks. He and his teams have built 24 full-sized replicas of the 800-year-old Chartres labyrinth in concrete; at churches, hospitals, and Universities.
He experiences labyrinth meditation as an activity that enhances creativity, helps to heal trauma, and allows you to relax after a hard day at work. Walking, drawing, and tracing the winding path create a more centered, confident, and coherent mind. Clear, creative, intuitive, and purposeful thinking is the result.
Chuck believes a Labyrinth experience is the easiest and most successful form of meditation. He shares his knowledge and techniques for getting the most out of a labyrinth experience with anyone wanting better health and greater happiness. Download and print a finger labyrinth with instructions for use at home. Bring your finger labyrinth to the Virtual Labyrinth walk during the Festival and experience the power of this simple meditation.