“An exquisite experience.”
Each month, more people journey to Cerimon House to traverse the Creative Path.
Here are some of their thoughts.
“Beautiful, quiet, meditative, serene, tranquil…beautifully lit.”
“A space of calm and surrender.”
…”A peaceful retreat.”
…”My head has been up in the clouds, and so this meditation practice brought me back down to where I need to be.” …”Today the beauty of courage and perseverance is embodied in the labyrinth.”
…”What a nice still moment in time.”
…“An insightful metaphor for my path/journey;an active meditation to the center of the universe and back again.” …“Simply wonderful to experience the time in quiet reflection.”
“There is very little spaciousness in my life between waking working, and the exigencies of every day: this labyrinth provides me a place to reacquaint myself with myself.
Oh yeah! I remember now: this is who I am.”
…“A phenomenal introduction to a meditative prayer walk.”
…“I appreciated being quietly and carefully guided in a way engineered to promote self-care.”
…”I appreciate the thoughtfulness that has been poured into this labyrinth walk.
The theme was gratefulness: I am so grateful for this!”
…“Beautifully planned adventure. Beautiful space and execution of the labyrinth. I look forward to returning.”
…“I’ve been feeling discouraged all week and this was a nice nudge for me to leave my house for some soothing.
I loved and appreciated the stations.”
“Thank you for creating such a special atmosphere that opens the heart and feeds the soul.”
“A beautiful and inspiring setting: propitious to meditating on one’s life journey.”
…“The Creative Path Walk is a superlative experience as far as labyrinth walks go: an atmosphere of sacred space that works perfectly to elicit the speaking of the heart. I will return often.”
…“Such a sweet and soulful experience. I arrived all tight & judge-y, and left softened and grateful.”
…“Generous, peaceful, warm, friendly, communal contemplative, comfortable; a haven for the heart/rest.”
… “A journey through life with its twists and turns, to the center (sources) and then back again to another life.”
…“An exquisite experience.”