Awaken your Senses

Star Gazing

Finding your place in the vast cosmos

Since time eternal, human beings have gazed at the heavens; have been awed by its beauty and wondered about its deep mysteries. Ancient civilizations interpreted the movements of our closest celestial bodies, and modern scientists study the inter-connected of our solar system and the galaxies beyond our own Milky Way.

Star Gazing for Mindfulness is where looking up, can help an individual find their own inner universe – and connect them to wonder. While viewing the night sky can be also done through a telescope, the experience of letting go and allowing the wonderment of our most vast outer world settle in can have a calming and reassuring effect that is helps us feel part of a greater whole – and ultimately gain a renewed appreciation for our own place on earth, and part of interplanetary system. Allow yourself to be “star-strucked” in new and unexpected ways.

Labyrinth Walk

A Spiritual Experience in a Material World

Labyrinth walking is an ancient practice used by many different wisdom traditions and faiths for spiritual centering, contemplation, and prayer.

A labyrinth is not a maze. It has only one path to the center and back out, which is called unicursal (one line). It has no blind alleys or dead ends as mazes have. The path twists and turns back on itself many times before reaching the center. Once at the center, there is only one way back out. Entering the path of a labyrinth, you walk slowly while quieting your mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer.

The path twists and turns back on itself many times before reaching the center. Once at the center, there is only one way back out. The labyrinth symbolizes a journey to a predetermined destination, or the journey through life from birth to spiritual awakening to death – opening up to what emerges through the experience is the essence of the experience itself.

“I know now that music is not about fingers or bows or strings, but rather a connective vibration flowing through all human beings, like a heartbeat.”Rosamund Stone Zander