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Labyrinth -Find your Magick

~A path of meaning to be experienced~

  • 1 hour
  • 35 Canadian dollars
  • 101 8420 Alaska Road

Service Description

We were all born with spiritual gifts. If our society had allowed for these gifts to flourish, life on this planet would be entirely different. In our recent past people have been persecuted for connecting with their divine talents. Labeling people as strange, different or bad. But, these gifts are divine and given to us from a place of Love. Whether you have felt intuitive, empathic, a connection to animals, strong sense of smell. These are all potential gifts that lead you into something more. Walking the Labyrinth activates your intuition and puts you in a state of knowing. Within this Labyrinth you will find divine messages that are intuitively meant for you. The messages that you knowingly pick up will guide you to your natural Gifts. They will present themselves to you, so you can learn more about them, and perhaps start to use them. Some examples of the gifts you will discover are Clairvoyance, Clairaudient, Clairsentience. This can be done in a group or individually. The history of the labyrinth can be traced back over 4000 years Symbolic Meaning of Labyrinth Today the labyrinth symbol holds many meanings. Here are some of the concepts associated with them: *Wholeness – achieved by the meandering walk to the center, completing the pattern. *A journey of discovery – as you walk the labyrinth, you’re constantly seeing different perspectives and directions. *Clarity and understanding – many people walk around the path of a labyrinth to achieve a thoughtful, ponderous state leading to clarity and discovery. The pattern also symbolizes finding the solution to a problem and achieving understanding. *Spiritual journey – some view the labyrinth as a metaphor for a spiritual journey, with the entrance representing birth and the center symbolizing God, knowing or enlightenment. Getting to the center requires a long, arduous journey of growth. *A pilgrimage – during the Middle Ages, walking a labyrinth was often likened to going on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Jerusalem. As many people could not make the journey to the Middle East, this was a safer, more achievable substitute.

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us 24 hours ahead of time.

Contact Details

  • The Magick Mirror, Alaska Road, Fort St. John, BC, Canada


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