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Step in ... and Take a Walk

"The Labyrinth is a spiritual tool that has many applications in various settings. It reduces stress, quiets the mind and opens the heart. It is a walking meditation, a path of prayer, and a blue-print where psyche meets Spirit." 

The Reverend Dr. Lauren Artress

Community Labyrinth Walk

Sharing Hope for a Changed World

Wednesday, May 3 from 6-8 pm

This event is part of Medfield Environment Action's Climate Week. Come and celebrate our interconnectedness with the Earth and all of God's creation. Whatever your faith, bring your gratitude and love for the beauty of creation, bring your curiosity, uncertainty, doubt and despair, bring your thirst for stillness. Watch the video invite on the left and come and take a walk with us!

Walking into Stillness:  Encountering the Labyrinth

(watch the video by clicking on the arrow at the left bottom of the image)

Labyrinth Walks and Workshops

Jill will facilitate a Labyrinth walk for your group.  She will bring a Modified Medieval 7-Circuit canvas Labyrinth (24-feet across) to your space.  Time together includes options such as an introduction to labyrinth walking and history of labyrinths, labyrinth walk with instrumental music accompaniment, and post walk reflections.

Let Jill know if you have a special themed celebration that could include labyrinth walks for: remembrance, gratitude, grief, need for release, etc.

Guidelines for walking the labyrinth can be found HERE,

 however, your experience is your experience. It's different for everyone,

 and there is no right or wrong way to use it.

 Feel free to download a Chartres-style finger labyrinth HERE.

If you are looking to locate a labyrinth in your neck of the woods, check out the Worldwide Labyrinth Locator.

If you are you seeking:

  • the benefits of a quiet mind
  • a prayerful heart
  • a release from controlling behavior
  • relationship with yourself
  • stress reduction
  • transformation
  • community​
  • guidance ...

consider walking a labyrinth.

Historical Labyrinths

(watch the video by clicking on the center arrow below)