- November 14, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Time set apart for reflection and gratitude deepens our connections: between heart and soul; between body and earth; between past and future. Reflect on your personal rhythms of change as we recognize the seasons’ change at harvest time.
Attendees will learn a bit about how other cultures and faith traditions celebrate the harvest season. Then the gathered community will have ample time to walk an indoor prayer labyrinth in a posture of personal thanksgiving. All ages and experiences are welcome. We will learn how and why people engage in a walking meditation practice.
In 2010 Carmel Stabley walked her first steps on the 11-circuit labyrinth path as a personal practice in mindfulness. Now she is a Veriditas Advanced Certified Labyrinth Facilitator. She creates sacred spaces but also provides teaching on the history, sacred geometry, and the mental, physical, and spiritual benefits of the walking meditation practice.
Venue: St. Thomas Episcopal Church