Dream big dreams while you circle the seven circuits of this labyrinth, where sprays of Queen Anne’s Lace dance with enthusiasm.
It was painted with spring fed creek water infused with fresh Queen Anne’s Lace flower essence, fuchsite and sunstone.
The qualities of the essences integrated into the painting facilitate the rejuvenation of joy, creativity, inspiration, clarity, and optimism, opening doors to realms where fairies dance in a splash of star drops and children walk on water.
The labyrinth is 5” round with ¾” sides that are painted. There is circular space on the back to hang it should you choose, and it comes with a feather from my forest abode for ‘walking’ the seven circuits with.
*A Bit of Information for the Curious*
The labyrinth has been used for centuries by people’s across this planet as a walking meditation circuit, a walking metaphor circuit, by means of which to contemplate, attune, seek inspiration, align with wholeness, and access wisdom; among other purposes.
One enters and walks the path, which leads to the center, the heart or core of the labyrinth, and then one turns and walks out on the same path. There is no getting lost on this journey. Unlike a maze, with endless dead ends, entrance points, and exits, in a labyrinth the way to walk the path is known; being known, it is relaxing which facilitates meditative awareness spiraling from without, into the center within, and then unwinding with fresh perspective, unearthed treasure, or simply a sense of serenity.
To use this labyrinth in your practice, simply sit in a quiet place with the labyrinth on your lap, enter sacred space, and trace the seven circuits with your finger or the feather provided. You may use another tool, just choose one that is not sharp or as pointed as a toothpick, as that may damage the canvas or scrape away paint. If you are a Reiki practitioner or energy healer, you may find this of use with your clients.