Recently Built Legacy Labyrinths
“We knew from the minute we saw what the project was about we wanted to build a Legacy Labyrinth in La Falda (Argentina). The SS officers from Hitler’s army moved to La Falda after WWII to escape war crime prosecution. The harsh energy of that time still lingers in La Falda. We knew that a labyrinth dedicated to healing old energy would be welcome to open up new energy in La Falda. Our daughters’ foundation donated the funds to build it in the town square on public land with the blessing of the local municipality. We used recycled stones from the streets of La Falda to build this labyrinth. It is beautiful, and there have been many miracles since”.
~ Enrique and Kristin Dura
“We named our Legacy Labyrinth the Omnisara Labyrinth, meaning ‘a sacred place for all’. Our community spans many religions and beliefs. When they come to walk the Omnisara Labyrinth, they are walking in the universal truth we all share. We loved the Veriditas mission of linking all Legacy Labyrinths together around the world, building community, and a greater presence of peace. It is very powerful. We are honored to be a part of this effort”.
~ Leah Hudson
“Ohio Wesleyan University is my alma mater. I am donating a Legacy Labyrinth to the campus to honor all those who walk it. I like the idea of the Legacy Labyrinth Project that links all these newly built labyrinths together with intention and dedication of peace and healing”.
~ Kathleen Rhinesmith
|• Stone or brick on earth labyrinth:||$15,000|
|• Painted on cement:||$25,000|
|• Crushed granite with stone:||$35,000|
|• Custom paver:||$75,000|