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This is the oldest (3000 years or more), simplest and most widely used labyrinth pattern in the world. It is believed to have its origins on the Isle of Crete. With it’s 7 interconnecting paths, this pattern associates well with the 7 major Chakras for contemplative and healing purposes. Being 12" round, and weighing about 2 lbs., this labyrinth fits into briefcases, suitcases and is the perfect take along. It is also a tool for those who may lack strength and mobility such as small children and nursing home residents. The finished maple design has a wide finger path, a notch for hanging and engraved suggestions for use on the back. The plastic design has a wide finger path and a notch for hanging on the back.
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This pattern is the most popular design in North America and is based on the famous labyrinth that was inlaid into the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France in the 13th Century. Many people travel to this Notre Dame cathedral to walk this pattern, however, chairs usually cover it. This design is longer to traverse than the Cretan, and therefore the journey to the center oftentimes will be deeper and more introspective. This design comes in 2 sizes: a 12 inch, 7-circuit in durable tan or green-colored plastic (weighing about 2 lbs.) and an 18 inch, 11-circuit in finished maple (weighing 4 lbs.). The 18" finished maple design has a wide finger path, a notch for hanging and engraved suggestions for use on the back. The 12" plastic design has a wide finger path and a notch for hanging on the back.
18" maple & 12" plastic Chartres designs shown for size
12" x 1/2" 7-Circuit Plastic Chartres Finger Labyrinths
This unique labyrinth pattern was inlaid into the tile floor of Ely Cathedral, located just outside of London, England. It was constructed by Sir Gilbert Scott in 1870 during his restoration of the cathedral. Interesting to note is that the path is almost as long as the Chartres design but the design itself is much more compact. This affords the finger labyrinth user a long, introspective path in a small, overall space. Rather than being a round path like most other labyrinth designs, the Ely causes the user to meander through various geometric shapes on the way to the center; a most interesting and unusual labyrinth journey. Has a notch for hanging and engraved suggestions for use on the back.
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finished maple Ely-2 lbs.
(wide finger paths with a notch for hanging and engraved suggestions for use on the back)
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Click Here to read about our Intuipath double finger labyrinths.
(has wide finger paths with a notch for hanging &
engraved suggestions for use on the back-10 lbs.)
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