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Dromenon: Inner Pilgrimages for Modern Times

Guided Virtual Walks Using Finger Labyrinths


You are invited to harness the life-changing energy of the Dromenon. Use its long revered pattern to slow down and open your heart and mind to peace. Gain strength from the power of this tradition while honoring the need for physical distancing. In the comfort and safety of your own surroundings, let technology connect you with others “walking” virtually.

Dromenon is the name given in modern times to labyrinths patterned after the one at Chartres Cathedral. It has become a tool for self-discovery, reconciling inner and outer selves, healing, and celebration. The powers our ancestors accessed by walking the labyrinth stand ready to inspire and energize us now, in this time of need, no matter where we are in the world.

The whole world faces three simultaneous, unprecedented, life-threatening challenges:
•  the COVID-19 Pandemic
•  extreme social unrest
•  ongoing climate change

There are no easy answers.
We cannot go back—the past is gone. The present is chaotic. The future is uncertain.
What can we do?

One powerful action we can take is to virtually walk the Dromenon, using finger labyrinths.

We can take steps to calm our fears, open ourselves to inspiration, and learn how to create new ways of being.

We can move away from anxiety and fear toward confidence and peace of heart and mind.

We can equip ourselves to better meet the current universal crises with courage and innovative ideas.


You are invited to use your fingers and your imagination to walk the Dromenon, in a group experience assisted by Zoom technology and guided by Life Coach Elizabeth Austin, Veriditas Trained Labyrinth Facilitator.

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RECEIVE FREE GIFT: A paper labyrinth to print out for virtual walking.
PLUS: Periodic notices of virtual labyrinth walks

Labyrinth to Dromenon

From ancient times, the path through the labyrinth has been used ritually to represent the soul’s journey. In our time, we walk the labyrinth to represent inner journeys—to wholeness, to the reconciliation of the inner and outer selves, to self-awareness, to healing.
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