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Labyrinths can provide path for relieving stress, bringing spiritual peace

“It’s certainly a draw, and the best part is it’s a draw for all ages,” Cindy Wian, volunteer project coordinator, says of the Hudson Crossing Park labyrinth in Schuylerville.
“It’s certainly a draw, and the best part is it’s a draw for all ages,” Cindy Wian, volunteer project coordinator, says of the Hudson Crossing Park labyrinth in Schuylerville.
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While at first glance it looks like a maze, the labyrinth is actually a way to find oneself. This cross-cultural tool for wellness and spiritual practice that dates as far back as 5,000 years is growing in popularity. In the Capital Region, labyrinths are popping up at municipal centers, parks, college campuses, hospitals, churches and even private residences. People are discovering how they can help to relieve stress and promote overall well-being. What differentiates a ...


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