Walking the Labyrinth July 18 2021
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Walking the Labyrinth
Are you familiar with the meaning and purposes behind the use of a Labyrinth or have you always wondered what the significance is for those maze-like pathways?
In your quest to deepen your relationship with God, you are often invited into meditative and contemplative practices. Sonya will offer an introduction on how to walk a Labyrinth and then invite you to explore how this journey can become a space to be quiet and encounter God.
Whether you are a novice or very familiar with how to "walk a Labyrinth" or perhaps just curious about their significance, come and join in on the ancient activity that offers space to slow down your faculties; if only for a moment.
Sonya Grossklaus. Sonya is a trained Spiritual Director for 13 years and offers individual and group Spiritual Direction (“SD”), SD Supervision and retreats with a focus on Silence, Nature, Scriptures, Music, Contemplation, and Prayer. She is one of the leaders of the Spiritual Direction Training Program (SDTP) and a member of the Program Facilitation Resource Team at the FCJ Centre. Sonya’s background includes Master's degrees in Divinity, Leadership and Ministry as well as advanced degrees in Music and Theology. She has been a music instructor and animal sitter for over 25 years and loves the beneficial healing attributes that naturally flow from both. Her deep passion for hospitality, faith-formation, and living a contemplative and unconventional non-busy lifestyle exudes through her charism and ministry style.