5.3.19 – The Labyrinth: An Ancient Tool for Today’s Spiritual Journey

5.3.19 – The Labyrinth: An Ancient Tool for Today’s Spiritual Journey

Event:The Labyrinth: An Ancient Tool for Today’s Spiritual Journey
Dates & Times
: Friday, May 3rd 2019, starts with dinner at 5:30 PM–Saturday, May 4th, ends at 4:00 PM
Raintree Room, Bennett Hall, on Scarritt Bennett’s campus (1027 18th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37212)
Commuter cost: $90—includes 3 meals, and tuition
Resident cost: $150—includes 3 meals, 1 night’s lodging, and tuition



About the Retreat
Labyrinths have been used worldwide for over 4,000 years for many purposes. They represent pilgrimages, symbols of a journey both inward and outward. The single path labyrinth allows you to enter a space where you can feel safe and vulnerable. Unlike a maze, a labyrinth is not a problem to be solved. There are no decisions to be made. You just experience a walking meditation knowing the path will take you safely to the center and when you are ready, it will lead you back out into the world.

In this workshop, we’ll talk about the history of the labyrinth and the uses. Then we’ll talk about how to incorporate such an ageless tool into your spiritual and creative lives. Make sure you bring a journal, some curiosity, a desire to grow and ponder and an openness to possibilities. There will be at least three labyrinth walks during our time on the lovely seven circuit labyrinth at the Scarritt-Bennett Center.

Leader Bio
Terry Price, is a Tennessee based writer, creative coach, Veriditas trained labyrinth facilitator, and photographer, with an MFA in writing from Spalding University in Louisville. He is a former Program Director and current mentor in MTSU Write (formerly The Writer’s Loft) creative writing program at Middle Tennessee State University. (www.mtsu.edu/write). He works with creatives one-on-one and leads workshops and retreats including retreats on an introduction to and using the labyrinth as both a spiritual and creative tool.

A self-described lifestyle photographer, his portfolio includes street, landscape, and travel photography and his current traveling exhibit features work from Italy in an ekphrastic collaboration with twenty of Tennessee’s best poets.You can learn more about Terry through his website, www.terryprice.net

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Date(s) - 05/03/2019 - 05/04/2019
5:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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