REDSUN LABYRINTH

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A PLACE OF POSSIBILITY

 

 

 

Redsun Labyrinth is located in a large field near the spectacular Bitterroot Mountains outside Victor, Montana. 

 

 

It is here to help you on your spiritual journey.

 

 

 

 

" To enter a labyrinth is to choose to walk a spiritual path."  

 Rev. Dr. Lauren Artress Grace Cathedral 

 

 

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What is a Labyrinth?   A Simple Definition

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The original 800 year-old pattern for this eleven circuit labyrinth is in Chartres Cathedral in France.  2001 marked the 1000 anniversary of Chartres Cathedral.

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Redsun Labyrinth was dedicated to "All Those on the Journey" on the Summer Solstice, June 21, 2000.  Dedication

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This labyrinth pattern is also in the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.

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The labyrinth is 108' in diameter which makes it one of the largest in the United States. 

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The berm around the labyrinth is 120' in diameter, 3' high and topped with cottonwood logs.  173 lavender plants encircle the inside of the base.

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Approximately 25 tons of fieldstones were used to make the pattern.

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This ancient sacred tool is used as a walking meditation. The total walk in and out is 4/5 of a mile. 

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At this time the labyrinth is always open unless a special event is scheduled.   Just be sure to close all the gates so the deer will not nibble the plants.

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Bring a stone to leave within the pattern to commemorate your walk or use one of the white stones that are provided near the entrance.

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There is no right or wrong way to walk a labyrinth.  Do what feels natural for you.

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Consider everything that happens on the labyrinth a metaphor for your life.  

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"The soul never thinks without an image."  Aristotle

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Please do not bring pets to the labyrinth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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