Chartres Cathedral in France and the wife had been there. Her access to that labyrinth was more difficult than our short wait, since chairs had been set up all over that one. You can see the chairs in the photo are set up, but off the actual labyrinth. This smaller one Donna and I walked today is patterned after the one at Chartres Cathedral.
"The labyrinth here at St. Paul's is a modified Classical Chartres design, similar to the one laid in the nave of Chartes Cathedral in France around 1220 AD. ... There is no right or wrong way to walk the labyrinth. Walk with an open mind and an open heart and receive whatever is there for you. ... May God bless you on your journey."Donna quietly and persistently went through the labyrinth; I was focused on what I'd write and what photos I'd post this evening. She was "mindful" while I was "mind-full." Guess who probably got the most out of it? On the handout is the feather she carried through the labyrinth and then took home as a gift for her cat Sammy.