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Monday, June 6, 2011

Summer Solstice Labyrinth: Sunday, June 19, 2011 and Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at Spanish Banks in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


Open to the ocean, mountains, trees and sky, 
these labyrinth events will connect inner spirit to the earth and the Divine in the grandeur of the natural world. 
Summer Solstice is a liminal time in the natural world. An extraordinary time,  "betixt and between" spring and summer, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. As such, it is an opportunity for the spiritual traveler to seek and find a better understanding of life and receive a vision of things that could be.
On Sunday, June 19, 2011 from 2 to 4pm and/or Tuesday, June 21, 2011 from 3 to 5 pm journey with others at Spanish Banks in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and celebrate Summer Solstice 2011.

For directions to the labyrinth location, please see the posting from earlier this year dated:
Tuesday February 1, 2011
And, titled:
Directions to the Spanish Banks Labyrinth location
Or email:
walkingalabyrinth@gmail.com


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This Blog is for people looking for an outdoor labyrinth to walk in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. These Events are outdoors, on the foreshore of the ocean, so they are weather permitting events. Please check my Blog for Event day confirmation when weather might be an issue. Walking a Labyrinth is like accepting an invitation to pray, meditate, contemplate, dream, celebrate or play; a place to find inspiration, satisfy a curiosity, examine metaphor, mythology or simply, a place to explore liminal space: a 'betwixt and between' place. . . Labyrinths are drawn on the foreshore, betwixt the nearshore and the backshore, between the low and high water marks to present liminal space as a physical location. Labyrinths may also be drawn during liminal time: dusk or dawn and/or solstice or equinox. Victor W Turner has described liminality as "a fructile chaos, a storehouse of possibilities, not a random assemblage but a striving after new forms and structures, a gestation process." My vision is that when you walk a labyrinth on the foreshore, you will access liminal space. For information please email: walkingalabyrinth@gmail.com