St. Paul labyrinth, that there's no one right way to walk a labyrinth. This is quoted from the handout we picked up there:
Unlike a maze, a labyrinth offers no tricks, puzzles, or dead-ends. The design forms a winding unicursal path which leads toward the center and back out again. This sacred path in a sacred circle simply leads to a deeper connection to God, others, and ourselves. ... There is no right or wrong way to walk the labyrinth. Walk with an open mind and an open heart and receive whatever is there for you. Release your expectations. Focus on your breath. Find your own individual pace. There is one way in and one way out. Those going in will meet those coming out. You may "pass" others on the path or allow them to step around you. Do whatever comes naturally. Use everything as a metaphor.We three met in the middle and walked out from that center separately, no one close to another except when we passed on adjacent parts of the path.
"Well behaved women rarely make history."