“We saw this Meditation Maze and had to walk it Ourselves…” – Labyrinth at Mouth of the Humber River – Toronto

“Walk with me on the Meditation Maze in Toronto

Yesterday a friend and I went on a photo shoot through the Humber Bay Park and across the Humber Arched Bridge.

As we crossed over to the other side,

Where the Shared Path begins,

We saw this meditation maze and had to walk it ourselves.

It forces you to be mindful as you try to follow it without stepping on any lines.

Thanks for visiting and enjoy your day:)”

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