Winter Solstice Labyrinth Walk
Tina Christensen, is opening Labyrinth Lane to the public to experience the magic of a candlelit labyrinth walk at twilight. The intention of the evening is to let go of what no longer serves and call in what you want for the next cycle of growth.
Winter Solstice: The Time For Endings And Birthing Dreams.
Down a hidden lane way, behind hobbit-like doors, in bayside Gardenvale, Melbourne Australia, is a full sized walking labyrinth which will be open to the public 23 June to celebrate Winter Solstice.
In Latin, solstice means ‘sun set still’ and the Winter Solstice is the great stillness before the Sun’s strength builds and days grow longer.Tina Christensen, a Melbourne woman and international labyrinth facilitator has created Labyrinth Lane as a place for people to reconnect with a more soulful handmade life.
Speaking about Winter Solstice she says “the darkness and cold at this time of year encourages our minds and hearts to turn inward and hear what it’s time to let go of.“The stillness also facilitates birthing dreams or setting deep feeling intentions, that can gain momentum from the energy of Spring.”“This is actually the natural time to make new year resolutions, not high Summer,” says Tina “and walking the labyrinth supports going within, easefully.”
Ms Christensen, is offering the opportunity to experience the magic of a candlelit labyrinth walk at twilight, where the intention of the evening is to let go of what no longer serves and call in what you want for the next cycle of growth.“The evening will be fueled by soulful reflection rather than the parties and bravado of December 31,”
Ms Christensen said.“You can walk, accompanied by the ethereal sounds of a shakuhachi flute played by Mr James O’Brien or sit by firelight with piping hot soup, nana blankets and fellow pilgrims for the journey.” “These walks are less about profit and more about supporting people looking for ways to take stock of their lives.”
"I intend to create one each Season with the unique theme of each Solstice and Equinox as our guide for the evening and this Winter, I’ve collaborated with some talented people to create an evening of magic,” she said.
Ms Christensen is also gifting a beautiful handmade dream catcher to the lucky first 20 people to book online at: http://www.labyrinthlane.com/www.labyrinthlane.com/Solstice_%26_Equinox.html
A physical treasure to keep beyond the evening. Winter Solstice Twilight Labyrinth
Walk, Sunday 23 June, 5.45pm - 8pm
110 Gardenvale Road, Gardenvale 3185
$25 for adults, children free.
www.labyrinthlane.com or call Tina at 0407 553 386.
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