About this Event
1045 Wilson Blvd., Rochester, NY 14627https://rochester.edu/chapel/services/labyrinth.html
A labyrinth is an ancient geometric pattern that over hundreds of years has become an archetype of change, transformation, and wholeness.
For four thousand years, all over the world, labyrinths have been used for walking, meditating, playing, dancing, and ceremonies. Some find that walking the labyrinth helps them to focus on an issue or situation in their lives, leads them to reflection, or awakens a deep knowing within.
As Sid Lonegren wrote, "Labyrinths are amazing tools… invented in the mists of pre-history by a culture that functioned on quite different levels of consciousness than we do today, these magical single-path mazes can enhance the possibility of bringing together our analytical/rational mode of consciousness with our intuitive/spiritual levels of consciousness" (Labyrinths and Mazes, Sid Lonegren).
Walking the labyrinth is a spiritual practice that can enrich the lives of our students, faculty, and staff as they have the opportunity to spend some time in the reflective quiet of the labyrinth. Walking the labyrinth can help you find clarity of mind and heart, release tension and mind clutter, and find your spiritual center out of which to return to your work and vocations energized and centered.