The labyrinth is seen as a sacred pattern that leads the seeker on a path to its center. A labyrinth is not a maze, there is only one way in and one way out, and there are no dead ends that would make the seeker choose a direction.
Each labyrinth contains a story card that identifies the type of labyrinth and reads: “The labyrinth is viewed as a metaphor for life’s journey and offers lessons as we walk the path. Walking the labyrinth can assist us to address challenges, mediate, pray, and find peace and serenity.”
This labyrinth is a 7-circuit labyrinth originally found on a coin from around the 2nd Century B.C. on the Isle of Crete. It is considered a Classical labyrinth design, and appears to have always been made as an outdoor labyrinth. The seven circuits refer to the seven paths that lead to the center, which on our pieces are traced with a finger as one meditates and prays.
STYLUS AND TRAVEL POUCH NOT INCLUDED