Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Day 2007: Walking in curves.

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Three, maybe four miles from my home is a labyrinth!

I had visited several times before, but it had been a while.
Today I photographed, so I could share with you.

14402 Prospect avenue, Tustin, CA

On two acres, in a quiet neighborhood, the Unity Church of Tustin
grounds are open during daylight hours for personal retreat time.

Their Chartres-style labyrinth & meditation gardens are a treasure.


In these days of rush & noise, a meaningful alternative.

A labyrinth is a spiritual tool. 
Your path is in curves, multi-directional.
Completion is 30-60 minutes, depending on your pace. 
It is not a race, but a quiet journey.

"Walking it is a way of connecting to God, 
centering oneself and focusing one’s mind in prayer."

"Its circularity and turns to the left and right reinforce 
an integration of the left and right hemispheres of the brain, bringing balance and help in calming, clarifying and focusing."

"It is a symbol of the healing journey."

*Truth in blogging: I admit being distracted by 
my photo taking process & the fact that I was wearing 
UGG's (boots) which made navigating problematic 
on the narrow (12-15") path. 
Next time, no camera & no UGG's!

72 degrees, Sunny, clear skies, Santa Ana, CA

A smile for Tuesday ...

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