Slow down and immerse yourself in experiences connecting the spiral form, nature, and the labyrinth path
Enter the world of “labyrinth time.” We’ll gather on the beach at North Haven and work together to make a 7-circuit Classical labyrinth. In form the labyrinth is directly related to the spiral. We’ll consider the mathematics of the spiral, its presence in nature and the galaxies of which we are part. Labyrinths are like a container, creating a sacred/special space where time slows down and the potential for growth and change is present We’ll take pause and connect with nature in the sand dunes, a vibrant coastal habitat. Local Dunes Groups will familiarise us with the Indigenous plants, and we’ll see what birds, insects and possibly reptiles come out to greet us, relishing the moments as we experience them sensorially. And then, with our labyrinth completed, we’ll travel it’s twisting, turning spiral pathways that will offer us continually shifting perspectives. Walking the labyrinth is, in fact, a metaphor for life.
Limited to 25 people
There’s a carpark at the end of Australia Two Ave, North Haven (next to the North Haven Surf Lifesaving Club). Follow the walking path over the sand dune and down onto the beach.
This event is a collaboration between:
- Learning with Labyrinths https://www.learningwithlabyrinths.com/
- North Haven and Taperoo Dunes Groups https://portenvironmentcentre.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/PECGroups.pdf