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The Santa Rosa design is but one in the lineage of the many labyrinths created over the past three to five thousand years in all parts of the world. It was the first of a wave of neo-medieval designs, created since the mid-nineties in the United States by diverse labyrinthers for different needs and styles. These contemporary designs meld together the seven circuits of the classical labyrinth and the quarter and half turns of the ancient medieval labyrinths

Triple spiral labyrinth - A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools. Within."

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How to make a 5-circuit Classical Labyrinth from a 5-circuit Chartres Labyrinth

The 5-circuit Chartres labyrinth

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The Indian Labyrinth (Chakra Vyuha)

How to draw an Indian labyrinth - Chakra Vyuha - beautiful!

Printable Finger Labrynth [it says to use non-dominant hand to trace, but crayons or colored pencils might work also]

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Chartres Labyrinth

The 11-circuit Chartres finger labyrinth from Chartres Cathedral, France. Labyrinths are often described as paths of wisdom and peace. One of the oldest of symbols, the labyrinth dates back more than 4000 years.