As far as labyrinth etiquette, there are no hard-and-fast rules. More than one person can walk at the same time, just step to the side to let the other pass. “When you think about it, metaphorically, the labyrinth is a spiritual journey,” said Kathy Mansfield. “We’re all on the same path. We are all headed to the same place, eventually.”
As far as labyrinth etiquette, there are no hard-and-fast rules. More than one person can walk at the same time, just step to the side to let the other pass. “When you think about it, metaphorically, the labyrinth is a spiritual journey,” said Kathy Mansfield. “We’re all on the same path. We are all headed to the same place, eventually.” COURTESY OF KATHY MANSFIELD
As far as labyrinth etiquette, there are no hard-and-fast rules. More than one person can walk at the same time, just step to the side to let the other pass. “When you think about it, metaphorically, the labyrinth is a spiritual journey,” said Kathy Mansfield. “We’re all on the same path. We are all headed to the same place, eventually.” COURTESY OF KATHY MANSFIELD

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March 28, 2015 08:00 AM