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More ways to use a labyrinth

1.

Use everything that comes to your mind when you walk as a metaphor for what is happening in your life;

2.

If you remember past events/traumas, use the walk as a means to release the past, emotional baggage and/or anything you need to let go of;

3.

If you remember a dream, use the walk as a means to remember the dream and work with the dream as a message from your subconscious;

4.

If you have a question, clearly state your question before you walk, then wait for the answer in the centre. The answer may come as a vision, a feeling, an insight, or sometimes later in a book or conversation;

5.

Use the labyrinth walk as a body prayer, giving thanks and having gratitude for your life;

6.

Use the walk as a meditation, to clear your thoughts and become quiet;

7.

Say a prayer the whole time that you walk, using it as a means to connect with your prayer and the Divine Mother Father God;

8.

Walk the labyrinth for other people, both living and dead, as a way to communicate with them and sending them prayers and light;

9.

Skip or dance the labyrinth to create different playful moods;

10.

Take a journal with your walk. Note down everything that comes into your consciousness. It might be a memory, a body sensation, a thought, an image, a scent. Reflect on your notes either after the walk or at a later stage;

11.

Walk the labyrinth on your birthday. Reflect on the year that has passed and dream about the year ahead. Make birthday resolutions;

12.

Walk the labyrinth to ask your deity of choice for help in difficult circumstances or situations;

13.

Use the labyrinth to walk through your emotions (anger, fear, hurt, sadness, grief, envy, depression) to get to love.

REMEMBER to enter a labyrinth is to choose to walk a sacred path.

Most people don't know that there are angels whose only job is to make sure you don't get too comfortable & fall asleep & miss your life.
- Brian Andreas
 
         
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