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The New Jersey Labyrinth Project
Photo of the Labyrinth
at Chartres Cathedral, France
used by permission
courtesy of
Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos
Mission Statement of the New Jersey Labyrinth Project:

To provide opportunities to bring transformation, revival of spirit, prayer and personal pilgrimage through the creation of the "sacred space" as made available through the labyrinth, to align labyrinth resources in New Jersey and to support New Jersey based labyrinth events by providing educational resources, communications, and a support structure to bring the labyrinth to various local communities."
What is a Labyrinth ?

The Labyrinth is an ancient sacred symbol that can be found in many cultures and religious traditions throughout the world. It has been used as a walking meditation to assist us in finding peace, managing stress, healing physically, emotionally and spiritually and to connect to "That which is within".

The design of the frequently used 11 circuit labyrinth is replicated from the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France. It can be described as a divine imprint birthed through the human psyche and passed on down the ages. Its a symbol of birth and rebirth.

As one walks it, symbolically we are walking the spiritual path, which we are all on whether we recognize it or not.

Labyrinths invite us to quiet the mind, calm the body, and stir the spirit on a journey of presence and deep transformation. We can see ourselves as we truly are while we are surrounded by God's love and mercy.

The labyrinth, because it is an initiatory, empowering tool, can help us to connect to the inmost part of ourselves that knows Wisdom.

We invite you to explore the labyrinth and experience for yourself this ancient tool for personal transformation.
The links on the menu bar to the right will guide you to learn more about the labyrinth project.

To get a first hand impression of a typical labyrinth gathering please see a preview of the awardwinning documentary:
"Rediscovering the Labyrinth"
Click to watch a preview of "Rediscovering the Labyrinth
Contact Info:
Joachim J. Becker
Phone: (973) 743-0653
[email protected]
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