Where the purpose of a maze is to confuse and challenge the walker, there is only one way in and one way out of the labyrinth.
Those walking the labyrinth can enter with a question, an intention or an open mind and there is no wrong way to walk it. Some choose a slow, meditative pace, some move briskly, some dance and some are assisted with wheelchairs.
After having a mystical experience in 2009 at the Chartres Cathedral in France, I attended a training offered by Veriditas, an organization dedicated to preserving and creating laybrinths around the world, and became a certified labyrinth facilitator. The labyrinth remains an important part of my personal spiritual practice and i am honored to be able to share the wisdom and history of this amazing tool and offer labyrinth walks in varied settings around the world.