A labyrinth is an ancient pattern that modern day meditators use as a tool for quieting the mind, opening the heart and finding peace. If you are someone who appreciates an opportunity to step away from life's clutter, then you may find walking a labyrinth to be rewarding. Better yet, how about learning how to make a labyrinth? Join Lighthouse Adult Program Coordinator and interdisciplinary artist Maia Scott to learn all about labyrinths, their history, how they are made and how to use them. Explore Maia's labyrinth creations and offer feedback; traverse a brief history of labyrinths as we learn to create our own tactile creations then end with a meditation using your own personal creation. Then on Saturday, May 6, World Labyrinth Day, you will be primed to walk as One at One with other meditators around the world.
RSVP by May 4 to Maia Scott at Mscott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608.