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You are invited to experience the mysteries of the labyrinth.
Unlike a maze which is a puzzle with many dead ends, the labyrinth is a spiritual tool with one path that winds from the outside toward the center and then back out again. The labyrinths of the Middle Ages were a symbolic pilgrimage. Today canvas labyrinths are used for prayer, meditation, healing, grief work, and discernment. The labyrinth can be a mirror of the soul, a body prayer, a walking meditation, a cosmic dance, a “thin place”– a place to commune more easily with God. It can prompt deep emotion, heightened self-awareness, and deep prayer. The labyrinth itself is not magic, and how it facilitates spiritual growth remains a mystery.
There will be NO WORSHIP
During the fall semester of 2005.
More events coming up!
Center for University Ministry
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Activities of the Center are available to all without regard to age, gender, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, relationship to the University, or the Center's supporting denominations.
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