Medicine Wheel / Circle of Life Labyrinth Now in Progress… On Traditional First Nations Territory


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Labyrinth Maker Steve Purificati is working on finishing this four colour Labyrinth in Wells Hills Park, on St. Clair Ave West in Midtown Toronto.

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The four colours, white, yellow, black and red, of this particular Labyrinth are based upon the four colours which make up the Medicine Wheel found in First Nations culture.

It is sometimes interpreted as The Circle of Life.

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Wells Hills Park has a personal significance for Steve as he went to school across the street. Growing up, he spent much time in this park.

Wells Hills Park hosts Drumming Circle and other First Nations observances each National Aboriginal Day, which is on The Longest Day of The Year, in a few weeks’ time.

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Steve aspires to finish all four colours of Toronto’s Newest, and perhaps Most Meaningful Labyrinth, in time for Canada’s National Aboriginal Day, June 21 2016.

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