Labyrinths can be found in all sacred cultures of the world, from the Hopi to the Australian Aborigines to the Christian cathedral builders. Like mandalas, labyrinths are archetypal collective symbols that transcend all cultures because they are grounded in consciousness itself. Labyrinths are non-denominational: people who walk labyrinths come from all life styles, religious backgrounds & spiritual practices. Visitors walking the labyrinth of river stones.  Photographer credit: Joel…

Labyrinths can be found in all sacred cultures of the world, from the Hopi to the Australian Aborigines to the Christian cathedral builders. Like mandalas, labyrinths are archetypal collective symbols that transcend all cultures because they are grounded in consciousness itself. Labyrinths are non-denominational: people who walk labyrinths come from all life styles, religious backgrounds & spiritual practices. Visitors walking the labyrinth of river stones. Photographer credit: Joel…

Light labyrinth at Pankratium, Austria.  From any side, the labyrinth is half in darkness and half in light. Only inside the labyrinth at its centre can you see all the lights. What a remarkable idea.

Light labyrinth at Pankratium, Austria. From any side, the labyrinth is half in darkness and half in light. Only inside the labyrinth at its centre can you see all the lights. What a remarkable idea.

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