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a unique Labrynth I may have to model for my sacred garden...

Sacred Paths
Katie Cavanaugh
Sacred Paths

Garden labyrinth idea-I'd use with broken concrete and with a planting of something more appropriate to my area. Would be a good idea to reduce areas to be mowed.

Transplacement (Traductio). Figure of Speech. (DocNirvana). Repetition of the same word within a sentence. “One who has nothing in life more desirable than life cannot cultivate a virtuous life.” (IV.xiv.20). Rhetorica ad Herennium -Cicero

Labyrinth garden has a spiritual element, theme of nature and a unique philosophy in every part. The pattern of circles and spiral-shaped labyrinth tells about the circle of life. In addition to a unique labyrinth pattern, this garden has other functions such as to place of meditation. There are meditation spot that has a special cardinal points harmony with the purpose of mind during meditation.

I love walking Labryinths...for mo matter how lost you may feel in life, in a labyrinth you are never lost. Source: www.thegardenspir...

Muro Sanjo Park, Nara, Japan "When we seek happiness for ourselves we receive chaos instead. Yet when we strive to make others happy, we ourselves receive happiness. The more we share with others, the more we receive. This is the secret to happiness. Now you know, live it today. Give when you want to take. Show mercy when you want to judge."

Garden Labyrinth: an ancient walking prayer. Walking toward the center, let go of concerns, stresses, distractions. Stay a bit in the center, open to clarity and insight. Walking back out, find renewal and refreshment.

#despertar Tudo aquilo que a mente moderna não consegue definir o considera louco. ~Carl Jung; "Psychology and Alchemy,"1944.

Labyrinths are not mazes. They’re not meant to confuse: they’re a single long, circuitous path.

It reminds me of Bali but I'm sure this isn't Balinese design (maybe Polynesian?). I'd make sure there are a lot of small fish in the pond tho, just to make sure no mosquito larvae survive.