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Summer Solstice Labyrinth Walk in Eagle, WI
Summer Solstice Labyrinth Walk in Eagle, WI

Sat, Jun 22



Summer Solstice Labyrinth Walk in Eagle, WI

Join the Anahata Healers for another solstice walk!

Time & Location

Jun 22, 2024, 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Eagle, Eagle, WI 53119, USA

About The Event

All are invited to experience the Summer Solstice Public Anahata Labyrinth gathering in Eagle, WI Saturday June 22nd, 2024, 12:00 – 2:30pm. Registration begins at 11:30 am. The “gate” to the Labyrinth walk closes promptly at 12:00 pm. In order to maintain harmony and flow, those arriving after 12:00 pm will not be allowed into the Labyrinth.

The walk begins with instructions and a heart centered and grounded intention, once you are in the middle of the Labyrinth there will be a quiet meditation so bringing a journal is encouraged. The Labyrinth is open for walks at the Summer and Winter Solstice and during the Spring and Fall Equinox.

For the experienced Labyrinth walker, it is suggested for you to bring two sets of 4 stones/crystals. Each set is to include a red, blue, black and yellow stone/crystal to hold the North, South, East & West directions. These stones will be charged with the energy of the Labyrinth (the stones you bring with you will be taken home with you and may be used to strengthen your personal meditation circle).

A Free Will donation is suggested to help with the ongoing promotion of these events.

Please RSVP via email to with your name, email and phone number, in case we may need to cancel the walk. Charlie Weishampel’s address is: S104 W38801 County Hwy NN in Eagle (Right around the corner from Old World Wisconsin). Charlie is the second mailbox after McMiller Sports Center. The mailbox is painted blue and is opposite his driveway. It is suggested to place McMiller Sports Center in your GPS once there stay on NN and proceed to the second mailbox turn into the driveway on the left side of the road, Charlie's cell phone number is 414.840.4288

Summer Solstice signifies the longest day of the year. The day of the most light with the sun at its highest point in the sky in North America. A time to celebrate the Light, the summer and to recall what we have planted so we can weed out the unneeded things and allow only what we wish and intend for in our lives. The Light helps nourish us, it highlights what is working, what is not, what can be left behind, and what can be mended and how. What do you need to grow and evolve physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually?

You are welcome to bring written intentions to be burned in the fire at the center of the Labyrinth, or write them while there, or offer them up in thoughts and prayers.

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