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Walking the Sacred Path of Being - Qualifying Workshop

  • 18 Feb 2023
  • 9:00 AM (AEST)
  • Santa Teresa Spirituality Centre, Ormiston, QLD

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  • Includes catered morning tea and lunch, resources, and use of the grounds and contemplative space in the beautiful environment of Santa Teresa Spirituality Centre.

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Santa Teresa Labyrinth, photo: Sue Thomas


Walking the Sacred Path of Being

A Contemplative Day & Veriditas Qualifying Workshop

Saturday 18 February 2023
9am – 3.30pm

Santa Teresa Spirituality Centre
267 Wellington St
Ormiston, Qld 4160­­­

If you are new to labyrinths, or if you have had experience with walking labyrinths, this quiet day offers opportunities to walk the labyrinth as meditation - quieting the mind, and being in the here and now. An invitation to let go of noise and distraction, and immerse into the still quiet space of being. 

During our time together, we will learn about the Santa Teresa Labyrinth on Quandamooka Country, and how walking a labyrinth as a contemplative path invites us into sacred space.

Participants may use their attendance on this day as a Qualifying Workshop towards Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitator Training. Contact Sue for more information sue@suethomas.net.au and download the flyer here.

Cost: $150. Includes catered morning tea and lunch, resources, and use of the grounds and contemplative space in the beautiful environment of Santa Teresa Spirituality Centre. Cancellations may be refunded up to 2 weeks before the event (but not after). If we cancel the event, all registrations will be refundable.

Presenter: Sue Thomas, Spiritual Director, Veriditas Advanced Facilitator and Trainer.

“The labyrinth belongs to no one and everyone” has been a grounding mantra in my work, as I walk labyrinths, draw labyrinths on beaches, work with peers in creating large portable calico labyrinths, and use the hand labyrinth for journaling and reflection in many facets of my life and life’s work.

I live on the land of the Yugambeh language peoples, the traditional custodians of the Gold Coast region in South-East Queensland. My long association with using the labyrinth as a tool for contemplative, meditative and spiritual practices began many years ago when the labyrinth ‘found’ me in Year 11 at high school through an “Art and Architecture in History” subject. Using the labyrinth as a tool for contemplation and reflection in my previous role as Lay Pastoral Minister for Brisbane Catholic Archdiocese, my current work as Spiritual Director and retreat facilitator, and my personal spiritual practice has been grounded and enriched by connecting with Veriditas. I am a certified Veriditas Advanced Facilitator and Trainer, a member of Veriditas Faculty, and a member of the Australian Labyrinth Network.

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