ARTSpressions: Finger Labyrinth

Let’s play in some clay!

The meditative, prayerful path of the labyrinth is an ancient practice that provides nourishment for the spiritual journey. The singular path leading to a center offers the opportunity to consider the invitations to “let go” (the journey inward) and “receive” (the center and journey outward). The beauty of a finger labyrinth is that you have this wonderful tool at your fingertips to use as often as you like. It’s a great resource to keep on your desk. It’s also a wonderful resource for children – encouraging a calm and relaxed state.

So come and join us for our next ARTSressions. Robin Frelier, a local potter from Chapel Hill, will guide us in the process of creating our own finger labyrinth. We’ll meet in the fellowship hall at First Friends Meeting, 2100 W. Friendly Avenue, Greensboro, NC, on Wednesday, January 30 from 10:00 to noon. The fee is $30 and you can register here.

If you are new to labyrinths, check out the Labyrinth Society’s website where you’ll find a wealth of information and resources, including a labyrinth locator that will help you locate a labyrinth in your community.

And, if you’re interested in walking a labyrinth, come and join us at First Friends Meeting for a community candlelight labyrinth walk on Saturday, Jan. 19 at 5:00 pm.

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