“Bows 🌈” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Reflection upon Reflection upon the Heart at the Start of my Robson Square Labyrinth . . .

bows 🌈

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“It’s not every day you find a big green Labyrinth to walk in the middle of downtown…” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

I am… grateful for being able to learn how the Labyrinth I painted in Robson Square is being walked and reflected upon.

it's not every day you find a big green labyrinth to walk in the middle of downtown. . walking this one was a very weird experience. it's in the middle of a pedestrian-only thoroughfare and i got in many people's way as i followed the path. my movements, weaving the meandering path, clashed with the movements of other pedestrians and their straight lines through the street. . on this day i was feeling very grateful for my greatest friendships which are also some of my greatest loves. one of my sweetest, oldest, and dearest friends took this photo of me and it reminds me of how powerful and mesmerizing love between friends can be. . our culture grants so much privilege to romantic, sexual, monogamous partnerships and places so much value on the unit of "the couple"… yet the romance and intimacy within platonic friendships is one of the sweetest gifts on this earth, and deserves just as much privilege and celebration💖 . the deep unconditional love from friends has helped me immensely through my grief and heartbreak. and i think of them with gratitude every single day . . . . . . . . . 📷: @kylekylelarge #labyrinth #robsonsquare #friendship #yvr #vancouver #downtown #magic #radicalspirits #witch #love #unconditionallove #friendlove #romance #gratitude

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“It’s not every day you find a big green Labyrinth to walk in the middle of downtown.

“Walking this one was a very weird experience.

“It’s in the middle of a pedestrian-only thoroughfare and I got in many people’s way as I followed the path.

“My movements, weaving the meandering path, clashed with the movements of other pedestrians and their straight lines through the street.

“On this day I was feeling very grateful for my greatest friendships which are also some of my greatest loves.

“One of my sweetest, oldest, and dearest friends took this photo of me and it reminds me of how powerful and mesmerizing love between friends can be.

“Our culture grants so much privilege to romantic, sexual, monogamous partnerships and places so much value on the unit of “the couple”… yet the romance and intimacy within platonic friendships is one of the sweetest gifts on this earth, and deserves just as much privilege and celebration💖

“The deep unconditional love from friends has helped me immensely through my grief and heartbreak.

“And I think of them with gratitude every single day.”

Radical Spirits Vancouver

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“Beauty in Familiar Places” – City of Labyrinths – Maryam Lantana Turundu – Vancouver

Really pleased with how people are enjoying and appreciating my latest Chalk Labyrinth along the Seawall south of Science World…

#beautyinfamiliarplaces #cityoflabyrinths

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“Walking the Labyrinth in False Creek.” – Charlene Wolff – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Walking the labyrinth in False Creek.

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“Vancouver City of Labyrinths” – Sidewalk Chalk – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

#vancouver #falsecreek #sidewalkchalk #labyrinth

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“Gratitude to the citizen artists of Vancouver for creating this Chalk Labyrinth. 10 peaceful morning minutes found at the foot of Ontario on the sea wall of False Creek.” – Eric Rhys Miller

You’re most welcome!

Happy Walking!

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“So many Labyrinths I’ve been finding and getting caught up in” – Kat St Amand – Green Masking Tape Labyrinth – Hinge Park – Vancouver

#labyrinth #vancitylabyrinth So many labyrinths ive been finding and getting caught up in

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“Little love letters to Vancouver” – Chalk Labyrinth – Car Free Day – Main Street

“Little love letters to Vancouver”

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“Have you noticed these Labyrinths around Vancouver? You might wonder what they are…”

“Have you noticed these Labyrinths around Vancouver?

“You might wonder what they are…

“Well, they are kind of like a maze but they are different in that there are no dead ends and only one way to the centre.

“You can walk through them either in prayer as they were originally intended for or use them to meditate, think, or play.

“The beauty is that you don’t need to pay attention too much to your surroundings and only need to follow the path.

“This is to free your mind by willing you to be in the moment.”

Counsel Me Vancouver

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“Surprises around each turn” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

Surprises around each turn

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“Blew a tire to get here” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Looking west upon Robson Square, you can see my currently Green colour painted Labyrinth . . .

blew a tire to get here

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“🔸Labyrinths and Play 🔸 Ever since I started studying Labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. These ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month.”

The Labyrinths I’ve been in Chalking in MacLean Park are meaningful for people . . .

🔸labyrinths and play 🔸 . ever since i started studying labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. these ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month. walking a labyrinth doesn't always have to be a serious and solemn affair as we meditate our way to the centre. it can also be playful and light and joyous. . our inner child accesses earth magic in a totally different way than our grown-up selves do. how do our inner children feel about dancing or skipping, crawling or hopping or maybe even rolling their way through the labyrinth? play and movement is such a sacred part of healing. allow the inner child to come out and dance their way to the earth temple💗 . . . . . . . . . . . #innerchild #sacred #play #earth #magic #labyrinth #dancing #radicalspirits #witch #healing #movement #strathcona #eastvan #vancouver #park

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“🔸Labyrinths and Play 🔸

“Ever since I started studying Labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. These ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month.

“Walking a Labyrinth doesn’t always have to be a serious and solemn affair as we meditate our way to the centre.

“It can also be playful and light and joyous.

“Our inner child accesses earth magic in a totally different way than our grown-up selves do. how do our inner children feel about dancing or skipping, crawling or hopping or maybe even rolling their way through the Labyrinth?

“Play and movement is such a sacred part of healing.

“Allow the inner child to come out and dance their way to the earth temple💗”

Leah Rose Tottenham, Radical Spirits Vancouver.

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Kristina – Chalk Labyrinth – North East False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

#vancouver#labryinth#totems#adventure

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“Vancouver was so pretty… someone had drawn a Labyrinth with sidewalk chalk along the river. So beautiful. 😍 ” – Sandy Lee – False Creek Seawall

That someone be me!

And thank you!

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“Interesting street art near Lansdowne station” – Toronto

The Minotaur Mural!

Forgot all about that one, good to see the colours are still holding up.

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