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Weber Shop Feature: Labyrinth Items

This month the Weber Center Shop features items related to the Weber Center’s beautiful walking Labyrinth.

Labyrinths are well-known throughout the world as a meditative tool. The Weber Center labyrinth was built in 1999 and renovated in 2022. It has the same pattern as the famous labyrinth in the Chartres Cathedral in France and is open to the public daily from dawn to dusk. It is the perfect place to walk, meditate, and contemplate nature.

The Weber Center Shop carries several types of handheld labyrinths made from either wood or ceramic that can be used by those who might not have access to a walking labyrinth or who have difficulty walking. These small meditation tools can be traced with a finger or the included stylus. Hand-held labyrinths make lovely gifts, come in a variety of sizes, and range in price from $25.00 to $48.00.


The Weber Shop also features jewelry and accessories with the labyrinth design. Find necklaces and earrings in silver, gold, copper, and wood ranging in price from $20.00 to $28.00. Accessorize with a sky-blue scarf that has a lime green labyrinth pattern for $18.00.

If you’re interested in the spirituality of labyrinth walking, the Weber Shop has several books to help you learn more.

  • Walking the Labyrinth: A Spiritual and Practical Guide by Sally Welch ($17.99) provides an illustrated guide to how Labyrinths became part of the Christian spiritual tradition and how they can be used today.
  • The Complete Guide to Labyrinths: Tapping the Sacred Spiral for Power, Protection, Transformation, and Healing by Cassandra Eason ($20.00) is a popular favorite and explores the history and mythology of labyrinths.
  • Walking a Sacred Path: Rediscovering the Labyrinth as a Spiritual Practice by Lauren Artress ($16.00) shares how the labyrinth inspires change and renewal in our modern age.
  • Walking the Labyrinth: A Place to Pray and Seek God by Travis Scholl ($16.00) offers 40 reflections related to the author’s own journey with labyrinths interwoven with the twists and turns of Jesus’ life as told in the Gospel of Mark.
  • While not specifically about labyrinths, the book How to Walk by the late Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh ($9.95) is about the spiritual practice of mindful walking and how it can help us appreciate the present moment.


Enjoy this video celebrating the history of the Weber Center’s Labyrinth.


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