All Faith Center Labyrinth Walks

LISTENING without JUDGEMENT
Contemplative  Dialogue
& Labyrinth WalkAre you willing to cross the bridge and listen to an opinion other than your own?
Join us
Saturday, November 4th
2-3:30pm
RSVP   requested by November 1st.
Contact Abigail Albert at revabigail.afc@outlook.com
Water and Light Refreshments after the session
Monetary Donations are appreciated


Sister LaVern will be facilitating the Contemplative Dialogue
“Because we are paying attention to the field of relationship (the “WE space”) among us, this moving manner of dialogue deepens our sense of union.
Our intention is to move beyond the personal as we probe significant ideas together and listen deeply for truth in another’s point of view.
Contemplative dialogue is a means of readying the ground for collective transformation, for helping shift from I to WE, from individualism to communion.”
https://lcwr.org/contemplative-dialogue
Location:
All Faith Center
Albert’s Home – Back yard by the Labyrinth
17762 St.  Andrews Dr.
Poway, CA 92064
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Walking the Labyrinth is Walking to the Center of Who You Are.

Everyone is welcome to walk our Labyrinth on their own time and pace.
It is a walking meditation. As we walk, we are open and receptive to Divine Ideas,
our Divine Purpose and Divine Transformation.

A labyrinth is a sacred geometrical symbol with a single path leading to a center point.
It is not a maze because there is only one path.  The walls keep you on the path.
The goal is in the center of the labyrinth.  When you reach it, you have gone half the distance – you now need to turn around and walk back out.
Its unique pattern is designed to shift awareness from left brain to right brain as you walk, inducing altered states of consciousness.
It allows those who enter to experience other ways of “seeing.”  The center point is the place of power.  A labyrinth is a single path or uni-cursal tool for personal,
psychological and spiritual transformation.  Labyrinths are thought to enhance right brain activity.
In a most basic sense, the labyrinth represents the spiritual journey; that of venturing to the center of your innermost being and then returning to the world with a broader sense of who you are.
It is a metaphor for life’s journey.  Inherent within the design of the labyrinth is its archetypical power, dating back some 3,000 to 4,000 years.

From our Past Labyrinth Walks,
Reflections, Contemplations

We also do Customized Walks

 Weddings

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Renewal of Vows

 

Baby Blessings

Baby Blessings

 

Sacred Events

Labyrinth Circle

 

Full Moon Walks

LAB at Night 1

Memorials

Family Center of Labyrinth 1

Other Classes and Events

Medicine Wheel and Drum Circle

Bret and Student

Korean Finger and Hand Healing

Tai Chi

 

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LABYRINTH WALK – Open to the Public

The All Faith Center Labyrinth is  open to the community to walk at your leisure.

It is free to everyone, however, if you are so moved,  there is a love donation box located on the table near the comfy chairs and sofa awaiting your contemplation and reflection.  Night time walks are available.  Please call one day in advance so we can light up the labyrinth pathway circuits with our votives.

 

 

 

 

 

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3 NEW BOOKS ready for Purchase

Infinite Possibilities A couples spiritual journey into psychic abilities,  past lives, hypnosis, and more.

7 Billion TruthsWhat did the Avatars really teach?

Empowered Women of Faith –  10 Faith Leaders tell their personal stories of Answering the Call, Breaking the Mold and Paving the Way for future women leaders.

Go to: http://allfaithcenter.org/books/