July 11 - 15, 2024

Labyrinth Of Yaga

Originating over 4,000 years ago, labyrinths serve as meditative tools with a clear, single path, contrasting the complexity of mazes. Rooted in spiritual traditions worldwide, their symbolism is vividly illustrated by the ancient Cretan Labyrinth, linked to the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. Their role evolved in Medieval Europe, epitomized by designs like those in Chartres Cathedral, France, highlighting spiritual journeys and self-discovery. Historically, labyrinths have facilitated meditation, reflection, and symbolic pilgrimages, reflecting the universal pursuit of meaning and spiritual connection.

The Yaga labyrinth, woven from the forest’s remains by numerous contributors over time, embraces this ancient tradition. This structure, blending history and collective creativity, acts as a bridge to the labyrinth’s age-old association with spiritual practice and introspection, offering a profound space for personal exploration and the quest for inner peace.

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