Memories about Burlington Labyrinth – community heritage

Let’s listen to Elsie’s succinct recollection of the Burlington Labyrinth’s earliest beginnings.

We often go and meditate or have a light sahaja yoga outdoor meditation and workshop in Burlington’s Labyrinth.

During the summer, weather permitting, some of us enjoy taking the lunch break and meet there, sit on the grass, feel the clearing vibrations of Mother Earth and look to the clear Sky and allow its meditative Blue to absorb all our weary thoughts and in return place an innocent shine in our eyes and peace in mind.


Not many know that Elsie was involved with Justine Guliani when we had the labyrinth (first) made up of stones.

 In Elsie’s own words: “It was great fun and then she (Justine) was able to get a grant to have a permanent one set up. Justine was the one who first got the  stone labyrinth constructed  near the library. I became interested in the labyrinth because I had been doing a walking meditation and after reading the significance of the labyrinth got involved with  her.    We had groups come out that had talents, e.g. the drummers who came from Hamilton.

The Gift of Peace that Surpasses All Understanding

 A heritage to be cherished and respectfully made best of by the members of our community.

Now, is for everyone to enjoy in Burlington Central Park. Including my mother when she’s visiting Burlington from Romania.

Recommended Articles from other Seniors from Halton region:

Rebecca – My journey with Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Carol – My Experience with Root Chakra Meditation

Wendy – Life is a Carnival

Rebecca – My Breakthrough

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