Harvest Moon Candlelight Labyrinth Walk

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Join us for a meditation walk of the labyrinth to celebrate the harvest moon in 2019 — this is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox (September 23). Lee will offer guidance on how to approach the labyrinth meditation experience. The energy of walking and meditating as a group is profound. Discover how a slow and meditative walk with others through the labyrinth becomes an experience of universal love, energy, and intuition.

WHERE & WHEN: The labyrinth in High Park (north of the Grenadier Park Cafe parking lot), Toronto. 7:30-8:30pm. 

THIS EVENT IS FREE. WE WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 7:30pm. The finish time is dependent on how fast we all complete the labyrinth. Sunset is at 7:30pm, moonrise is at 8:10pm. Bring something to beautify the labyrinth: maybe flowers, a candle or arrive early and do some chalk art (Lee will provide chalk)!


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