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  • janine

    labyrinth patterns | Labyrinth and Mazes / Chartres pattern

  • Shauna Becker

    Labyrinth. I want this on the property down in the flat. I would love a little white chapel by the lake. Stained glass windows and a few rows of benches. Simple table up from with a cross, candle and room for the elements of the Lord's supper. I could worship in church everyday.

  • Christina Zola Peck

    My home will have a big garden, and I will build a labyrinth like this one. I had the pleasure of walking the Shrine Month labyrinth three times, two of them with no shoes. It's the Chartres pattern. Sublime.

  • Beth McKeen

    The labyrinth at Shrine Mont.

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Rose window at Chartres, France. This window was so amazing. i have a replica hanging in my hearth room window at home. I never wanted to forget how close to God I felt in that church.

One of the things that distinguishes a labyrinth from a maze is that all paths lead to the center. You can never be lost in a labyrinth. All you need to do is keep walking the Path.

Now, this place had PORCHES! The Orkney Springs Hotel ~ where we went to band camp...such a pretty place! (didn't appreciate it so much when I was 15 and 16, but now I think it's a lovely old place!)

Shrine Mont "I thank you God for this, most amazing day. I thank you God, well, God, thanks a lot!"

Wow, wouldn't it be cool to do a labyrinth in your garden? Or better yet, visit Notre Dame? :)

A view of the labyrinth on the floor of the Chartres Cathedral. Visitors use the labyrinth to meditate as they follow the path to the center and back again.

Notre Dame du Chartres : Labyrinth

This is Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. If you ever have the chance to walk this Labyrinth by candle light, I highly recommend it.

Chartres Cathedral -- I have walked a labyrinth with the same design in the woods in Victor, Montana--very moving