09 December 2010 a post by Bruce Stanley

Pen Labyrinth

Download and print this pen or finger labyrinth and take a moment to journey into its centre and out again. You can use this as a centering or stilling exercise. You might imagine that it doesn't have the same impact as walking a full size one but you may be surprised.

Pen Labyrinth You can use this exercise to focus your attention and bring you into the present moment. Watch your feelings and thoughts as you make the trip into the centre of the labyrinth and back out again. If you engage your imagination with this exercise it will be as experiential as walking the path for real. # Copy this image to your desktop and print a copy. # Use your finger or a pen to trace your journey. # Make this a threefold journey. As you venture into the labyrinth imagine releasing your concerns. In the centre pause to receive renewed strength from the Spirit of God. On the way out focus on integrating that strength into your everyday life. # You could use your mouse cursor to draw the route but it isn’t quite the same.

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