Walking the Labyrinth – An Afternoon of Refuge and Renewal w/ LINDA WONG
October 1 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
In these unprecedented times, let us join together for an afternoon of refuge and renewal. The rhythm of walking the labyrinth can quiet your mind, refresh your spirit and open your heart. And what better place to walk than the labyrinth on the beautiful grounds of the Community Congregational Church in the hills of Tiburon.
Community Congregational Church, 145 Rock Hill Road, Tiburon
8 to 10 participants
The afternoon will begin with a brief history of labyrinths and the concept of sacred geometry. There will be instructions on walking the labyrinth. After we walk, there will be time for journaling. We will then take a short break and have some light refreshments. For the rest of the afternoon we will focus on a hand stitching project relating to the labyrinth and sacred geometry.
All art materials and refreshments will be provided but please bring a hat, water, and a journal for reflective writing. You can choose to bring an intention, a question, or you can simply walk the sacred path.
Linda lived at the San Francisco Zen Center for many years. She received her Labyrinth Facilitation Training at the Veriditas Labyrinth Center in Petaluma. Linda will be assisted by Janet Greenwood. Linda and Janet are both artists and members of O’Hanlon Center for the Arts.