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One of the places on the newly announced Agassiz Neighborhood Path is the labyrinth on the campus of the Harvard Divinity School. The pattern is modeled after one made in the 13th century in Chartres Cathedral in France. A labyrinth has a single path to the center and out again, so one cannot get lost, but...it is not the most direct path.
I recently walked a labyrinth on the Boston College campus and found it soothing and meditative, so I was interested in experiencing this one. Join me on my walk:
You invite me to
slooooowwww down and follow winding
path not rush to end
- More about the labyrinth: http://hrvd.me/labyrinthdivinity
- More about the Agassiz Neighborhood path: http://agassiz.org/living-well/agassiz-neighborhood-path/
- Recent Neighbormedia coverage about the Path and the opening art show:Arts and Activism by Susanna Segat
Have you ever done a labyrinth walk? What was your experience?