MyTake-FOWC with Fandango-Labyrinth

Fandango asks us to use the word labyrinth.

A labyrinth is a complicated network of passages in which it is difficult to find ones way.

I first heard the word labyrinth when I was a member of the Methodist church. A path in a circle with stations to stop and read scripture verses and meditate. This did not sound like something I was interested in, and I actually felt wary of it. Then when I left the Christian church, the Unitarian Universalist church built a labyrinth out in the hill country on campground land. This was not scripture based, but was spiritual based. I never walked this one either. I’m not sure why I avoided them. Maybe I didn’t want to go deep into my feelings. Bottom line, labyrinths of this kind are not for me, right now, anyway!

~RuthScribbles

2 thoughts on “MyTake-FOWC with Fandango-Labyrinth

  1. A labyrinth is just another tool for searching inward. Some people find having an external device, such as yoga, tai chi, labyrinth or qi gong to stimulate internal discoveries, is helpful. But certainly not necessary. We simply choose the method that suits our needs. Simple breath awareness or sitting meditation are among the many non-active ways to achieve the same thing.

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