Our vision is a world where the inner wisdom received from labyrinth walking can power global unity
How can a network of labyrinths be a legacy for good in the world?
We know that a single labyrinth and a single labyrinth walk can be a tool of transformation. We asked the question: what if there were many labyrinths all physically connected around the planet, what type of transformation would be possible then?
We started the answer to that question, by answering a call from Argentina, in 2013, from a couple who wanted a labyrinth for their community that the public could walk, to help to heal the hearts of 3 generations whose families escaped the Nazis in WWII. In 2013 the Legacy Labyrinth Project lived as a board project at Veriditas. We realized then that labyrinths can provide not only a tool of transformation for individuals, but communities as well. Labyrinths as dynamic memorials to healing a past.
World Labyrinth Day
Please check out our plans for World Labyrinth Day, May 1st, whereby we will be conducting an international research project of what happens when people around the world intentionally walk labyrinths together for global healing. This will be a FIRST EVER project that we hope you will participate. It is free, and more information can be found at: www.legacylabyrinthproject.org
The Passport Program
It is our great pleasure to provide our planet with a network of physically connected labyrinths that we believe can provide a global platform for healing and global unity. Our Passport Program launching in 2021, is making the invitation to persons to travel with us to build labyrinths in other countries and offer educational programming to individuals about how to use the Legacy Labyrinth Project network for global impact based in quantum science.
We have been invited to Haiti to build 2 labyrinths for children in 4 orphanages. We have tried for the last 2 years to do so, but violence and now COVID has been prohibitive. They are requesting labyrinths to help heal the trauma these children have endured. We are answering that call with your help. Come help us build there and share in the education of how to use labyrinths for trauma work and how they can utilize the Legacy Labyrinth Project network of labyrinths to connect and influence global unity.
Our Passport Program will be offering online and onsite excursions to all of the Legacy Labyrinths to do this work..
Check our website for Programs: www.legacylabyrinthproject.org
Then came the requests for other labyrinths from around the globe…… three in the US, one in France and one in Saskatchewan (and four in the pipeline after COVID).We realized then we were building a network. All the new Legacy Labyrinths were physically and energetically connected serving as a network in support of one another, and because it is a network, walking with compassionate intentions can be directly sent and received from one Legacy Labyrinth region to another. Thanks to the brilliant scientific intention work of Lynne McTaggart (The Field) science now supports: “the power of a single collective directed thought (intention) is all it takes to change the world”. It is our intention at the Legacy Labyrinth Project to demonstrate just that.