Unlike a maze, the labyrinth has only one path. There are no tricks to it and no dead ends. A maze presents a puzzle to be solved, while the labyrinth is a single path that spirals to the center and returns by the same path.
Walking the labyrinth can be a source of solace and can quiet a distracted or overactive mind. Each labyrinth experience is different. The labyrinth meets you where you are. The labyrinth offers you a metaphor for the path of life, so whatever your experience, pay attention to your inner wisdom.
gifts for you
how do I walk a labyrinth?
One page articles about how to walk the labyrinth.
printable Labyrinth Patterns
Four labyrinth patterns ready-to-print and use for a labyrinth meditation.
circle of light meditation
This simple exercise brings you into resonance with the labyrinth as a circle of light.
Veriditas is a non-profit dedicated to inspiring personal and planetary change and renewal through the labyrinth experience.
Laura Esculcas has trained and worked with Veriditas Founder and spiritual pioneer Lauren Artress since 2010, and is currently:
+ Veriditas Faculty Member
+ Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator
+ Veriditas Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator
+ Member of Veriditas International Association of Labyrinth Facilitators (VIA)
the Labyrinth Society (TLS)
TLS is an international group of labyrinth enthusiasts whose mission is to support all those who create, maintain, and use labyrinths, and to serve the global community by providing education, networking, and opportunities to experience transformation.
Laura Esculcas is a member of TLS and has presented on World Labyrinth Day and at TLS's Annual Gathering with Earth Shamans partner Calen Rayne.