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The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

After breakfast Kevin and I went for a silent walk down to the labyrinth. This was our second trip to this magical place. The idea of making a pilgrimage to God is beautiful to me. I wanted to dance along the path but will save that for when I’m there by myself. This time I was joined by Kevin and a nun. A large rabbit bounced around up the hill, stopping every now and then to look back at us. Several squirrels and birds fluttered about. God was all around me, leading me to want to flutter too. What can I say? I‘m a “flutterer.”

If you have never visited a labyrinth, I recommend you give it a try. I use a labyrinth walk as a way to silently reflect and think through any problem I might be facing or to work through a decision I’m stuck on or a situation I’m trying to figure out. Today, I used it to find meaning for the reading recommended to me by my spiritual director. I use my NF preferences naturally and comfortably. During a labyrinth walk I also remind myself to add “flavors” of ST (details, facts, and logic) to bring more balance to the decisions I’m making. Of course, you don’t need a labyrinth to do this. If you need help learning how to make more balanced decisions, check out the MBTI® Decision-Making Style Report.

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