Take your spiritual practice outside: make a labyrinth in the snow.
- Keep your steps close together to make a clear path.
- Make the first loop fairly large, to leave room for a couple inner loops.
- It may take a couple of tries to get the hang of it, but let it be perfectly imperfect. It doesn’t have to be symmetrical or any particular shape.
- Let the making of the labyrinth be a contemplative practice.
The photo above is an example of a simple labyrinth I made after a couple tries, inspired by snow artist Simon Beck. Share your photos below!