Labyrinth of Remembrance and Peace
Thursday, July 26
Cumberland Room, Shepherd University
When tragedy strikes far away from us, especially when we don’t personally know any of the people involved, we may feel called to do something–but we don’t know what that something is. How can we help the healing process?
Walk the labyrinth in response to the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. Take time to quiet your mind, focus on your breath. Release. Speak what is on your mind and in your heart. Pray for peace. Listen.
Join us in a labyrinth walk sponsored by Counseling Services and the Division of Student Affairs, and facilitated by Tracy Seffers. If you do not wish to walk–or are far away–you are also welcome to simply join us in a quiet, reflective space for any portion of the time we’ve set aside. Let the healing begin.
(Invitation based on a programming suggestion by Veriditas, the organization for labyrinth facilitators: http://www.veriditas.org)