encourages people to experience God in variety of ways. We
need to open ourselves to the presence of God through regular
spiritual practices. In stillness we can feel unity with God.
Examples of spiritual practices are presented
in the "tree
of contemplative practices" from the Center for Contemplative
Mind in Society. Their focus is on spiritual practices in
education and the workplace.
is an meditation exercise form created and designed by a medical
physician. It is a unique approach to stress management through
breathing, thought and movement. SignChiDo harmonizes the
universal language of sign with movement resulting in "Moving
Local labyrinths: Take a
walk on a sacred path at one of the labyrinths in the Inland
Empire for a spiritual experience with many years of tradition.
Labyrinth at the University of Redlands:
Exit University Offramp in Redlands. Take University north
to Brockton (a mile or so). Right on Brockton a few hundred
feet - turn right into parking lot. Labyrinth is behind the
university's Memorial Chapel.
Look for clock tower as a landmark.
12710 Blue Mountain Court
Grand Terrace, California 92313
Take the I-215 North to Barton Rd. exit. Follow (east) to
Mt. Vernon; turn right. Follow to Pico St. (about 3 streets
down) and turn left on Pico St. Follow to the end where the
road narrows. The Labyrinth is located on the right hand side,
just past the last house before the road narrows. Look for
the iron labyrinth marker by the gravel driveway.
Walk or drive across the gravel driveway. Park and walk to
your left, you will see the labyrinth on your left on the
just slightly higher ground behind the foilage. This is on
the property of the address listed here, directly behind Holy
Oak Glen Labyrinth at Luther Glen Retreat
39136 Harris Road
Oak Glen / Yucaipa, California 92399
Take the 10 freeway east towards Palm Springs exit Live Oak
Canyon Road / Oak Glen Road. Go north on Oak Glen Rd. for
8 miles when you reach the community of Oak Glen turn right
on the paved Harris Rd.