What is a labyrinth?
A labyrinth is an enclosed path having only one route that winds in toward a center point where it makes a decisive turn to wander out again. Unlike a maze, there are no tricks or dead ends in a labyrinth. Based on the circle, the universal symbol of unity and wholeness. The labyrinth is a path and spiritual tool for growth, discernment, prayer and healing.
Duncan Conference Center's two labyrinths design is a replica of the labyrinth in Notre Dame Cathedral in Chartres, France. The Duncan Center can offer certifided labyrinth facilitators who can offer a guided labyrinth walk during your stay. Also, both labyrinths are open to the public when not in use by groups while staying at the center. Please call for availability - 561-496-4130.