An inward journey
Before you walk the labyrinth you may want to sit quietly and reflect. Some people come with questions, others just to slow down and take time out from a busy life. Some come to find the strength to take the next step during times of grief and loss.
Its winding path becomes a metaphor for our journey and where we find ourselves on our personal path. It offers us a threshold to cross, helping us leave behind what no longer serves and quite literally, step into the new.
If you find sitting meditation challenging, then walking meditation is an easy way into that same peaceful place – an easy way to quiet the mind and open the heart.
Music composed for a Labyrinth Walk
Being at peace in nature has a profound impact on our mental health and has inspired artists from all walks of life since the beginning of time. One such artist is a local composer, Corrina Bonshek, who created a musical piece inspired by her meditation walks at the Centennial Park Labyrinth. Listen or download Corrina's musical composition here.
Or check out our Meditation Labyrinth playlist for our top ten favourite songs to help you tune out.
Be part of the community in a gentle, peaceful way by coming along to the group walks hosted by Sydney Labyrinth at 9.00 am on the first Sunday of every month. These events are free and open to all. More information here.