In memory of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and, unfortunately, so many other victims of racism, the following is offered for those walkers (either by foot or with fingers) who wish to focus more on current events in our country:

Remember (as you pause before entering) those who have been harmed over centuries because of racist practices and set an intention. You may wish to reflect on a list of names.

Release (as you walk in)any intolerance you may acknowledge within yourself or your community. Nobody is perfect and change begins with one small step, something you can actually control.

Receive (as you pause in the center) any inspiration to increase peace, tolerance, and invitations of inclusion within your personal practices. The more concrete this is, the better.

Return (as you leave the center) committed to beginning or continuing practices of justice and antiracism that lead to peace. Perhaps you can visualize your actions in your home and neighborhood.

Reflect (as you pause after you have exited) on your walk and anything you may feel that you have learned.

Mary Ann Wamhoff

We miss you! But labyrinths are still open!…just walk in private….for now!

The remainder of monthly group labyrinth walks previously scheduled for 2020 are canceled for the time being due to COVID precautions. We may resume hosting walks in the fall/winter if it is deemed safe for all. Stay tuned!

Public labyrinths all over Santa Fe are still open for private walks. We encourage you to find a labyrinth near you and privately walk to get restored and renewed.

You are also invited to take periodic on-line finger labyrinth meditations through the Veriditas organization at https://www.veriditas.org

Can’t find a labyrinth near you? Let your fingers do the walking!
Print this image to use as a finger labyrinth
Follow social distancing and mask guidelines!

Winter Solstice Farolito Labyrinth Walk, Friday, Dec 20 Santa Fe Children’s Museum

Courtenay and our crew are ready for another Winter Solstice evening!!
This full moon was actually from the annual faronlito labyrinth in 2018

The Santa Fe Children Museum’s hosted their annual Winter Solstice Festival on Friday night, Dec 20th. Courtenay Mathey and our crew laid out 366 traditional farolitos in the shape of a classical 7 circuit labyrinth. Courtenay, a local architect, who has been gifting this annual labor or love for over 30 years at the museum.