Simply follow the labyrinth path with your cursor or mouse. This can be a soothing, relaxing, meditative experience.
Though most labyrinths are “walking labyrinths” found in many churches and elsewhere around the globe, tracing a labyrinth in this form can be equally beneficial.
This ancient spiritual practice has a rich history. It could be thought of as a symbolic pilgrimage, moving to the center of the “maze” and back out, perhaps a metaphor of our individual and collective paths.
Unlike maze puzzles, labyrinths do not have dead-ends or trick paths; rather, they meander gently inward and back outward.
Music Credit: Celestial Aeon Project
Art Credit: Original drawing by Robert Ferre, final graphic by Vicki Keiser. Thanks to www.labyrinthsociety.org