Apr 11

labyrinthRev. Dr. Lauren Artress’ visit to Melbourne last month has sparked a lot of interest in the labyrinth. The following article comes from The AGE newspaper.

A medieval Christian pilgrimage you could make without leaving home is undergoing a modern revival _ and an expansion beyond religion.

It is called the labyrinth, and its adherents make remarkable claims about its spiritual and mental benefits, including providing calm and peace, healing grief, reinspiring the creative spark, restoring right-left brain balance, and enabling the mind to uncover deep answers.

But the benefits have been found credible enough for 225 American hospitals and an unknown number of schools, universities and prisons to build labyrinths, as well as churches, retreat centres and even public parks.

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