Pilgrimage (Mont Saint Michel-4): The Labyrinth

There are many ways to walk and pray. We readied ourselves for a pilgrimage across the Bay of Mont St. Michel by prayerfully walking a labyrinth.

My prayer:

Labyrinth Walk, Marche Vers Le Mont by Jill GeoffrionGod, thank You for a way to explore my relationship with You that has twists, turns, and a center.

Biblical Touchstone:

You show me the path of life. In your presence there is fullness of joy; in your right hand are pleasures forevermore. Psalm 116:11 (NRSV)

Labyrinth Walk, Marche Vers Le Mont by Jill GeoffrionInvitation to Prayer:

Reflect on what it means for you to walk with God. What prayers are emerging in your mind, heart, body, and imagination? Pray them now.

Photos:

Walking a painted labyrinth at Etoile de la Mer (St. Jean Le Thomas, France) during a week-long retreat, “Walk Towards the Mont” (Mont Saint Michel).

Labyrinth Walk, Marche Vers Le Mont by Jill Geoffrion

Special thanks to Lisa Moriarty who created this labyrinth and shared it with the Community of Chemin Neuf.

Other Posts in this series on Walking to the Mont: A Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage: Mont Saint Michel (1) Unexpected Blessings
Pilgrimage: Mont Saint Michel (2): Soaring and Remaining Grounded
Pilgrimage: Mont Saint Michel (3): Outside and Inside

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Jill K H Geoffrion

Serving Christ as a contemplative minister and artist by compassionately and creatively inspiring others to seek a deeper relationship with God and a more meaningful life of service.

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