• Grace Mendez Hap Magee Ranch Park Labyrinth

    Hap Magee Ranch Park Labyrinth

    On a late Sunday afternoon, I drive through the January rain to walk the labyrinth at Hap Magee Ranch Park in Danville, CA. Once I arrive, the rain stops. To get to the labyrinth, I will have to walk across the grass field or take the long path around. I opt to slog through the soggy grass and take the direct route. This is the very first in a series of Full Moon Labyrinth Walks. I don’t know how many, or if any, people will show up. Before I walk the labyrinth, I clear the fallen branches that are strewn on the labyrinth. I imagine they could make someone (or…

  • Grace Mendez Chartres Labyrinth

    Full Moon Labyrinth Walks

    If you live in or are visiting the San Francisco Bay Area, come walk a labyrinth in quiet meditation each month on a Sunday evening closest to the full moon in 2019. Walking a labyrinth allows us to apply metaphors into our lives and walking on or near the date of the full moon is a natural time for contemplation. A labyrinth has only one path and unlike a maze, there are no tricks or dead ends to get you lost. There are no right or wrong ways to walk a maze. We will begin with a short welcome and gather again after the walk to close the event. Locations…