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How to celebrate World Labyrinth Day in Northern Michigan

PETOSKEY — If you’ve by no means celebrated World Labyrinth Day, then Saturday may be your likelihood.

World Labyrinth Day is an annual occasion sponsored by The Labyrinth Society. According to the society, “every year on the first Saturday in May thousands of people around the world participate in this moving meditation for world peace.” The “Walk as One at 1” is meant to create a rolling wave of peaceable vitality internationally.

Right right here in Northern Michigan, two native labyrinths plan to participate in the occasion.

At the Petoskey District Library’s outside labyrinth, facilitator and Labyrinth Society member Dr. Elizabeth Fergus-Jean will lead the shifting meditation at 1 p.m. The occasion is being completed in partnership with My Oasis Center and the general public is welcome to participate.

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People walk in the Bluestem Meadow labyrinth on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2023.People walk in the Bluestem Meadow labyrinth on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2023.

People stroll in the Bluestem Meadow labyrinth on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2023.

The Bluestem Meadow labyrinth, positioned in the Offield Family Viewlands in Harbor Springs, will even have a World Labyrinth Day occasion beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Presenters can be available to present a short overview of labyrinths and suggestions for strolling in the Bluestem Meadow labyrinth.

For extra info, go to worldlabyrinthday.org.

— Contact Jillian Fellows at [email protected].  

This article initially appeared on The Petoskey News-Review: How to celebrate World Labyrinth Day in Northern Michigan

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