“A maze is designed to make you lose your way but a labyrinth is designed to help you find your way.”
We invite you to experience this ancient meditation practice.
The Labyrinth Walk is open to everyone, free of charge.
All are welcome.
Monday December 4, 2017
5 pm to 7 pm
At Le Salon 1861/Impact Hub, 550 rue Richmond, Montreal.
The labyrinth will be set up in the upper level of Le Salon 1861 (the former sanctuary of St. Joseph’s Church).
Light refreshments will be served at Impact Hub (lower level) following the walk.
What to expect
A labyrinth is a patterned, circular path used as a walking meditation. The walkers travel through a series of curves ending at the center of the Labyrinth, then return the way they came. Most people find this a peaceful, centering experience. You may walk letting your thoughts flow freely or with a particular intention or question in mind.
The room will be softly lit, with calm music playing in the background.
Hosts will greet you as you arrive. They will help you enter the experience if it is your first time walking a labyrinth, or answer any questions you have.
The walk can take 20 minutes or longer depending on how fast you walk and whether you stop along the way. This is an individual meditation—everyone goes at their own pace.
Sponsored by La Présence – QI in partnership with the Impact HUB Montréal and Le Salon 1861.
For more information about this event and the ancient spiritual practice of labyrinth walks email us at email@example.com.