Expansion Path: In geometry, the pentagon expands naturally and easily and is the human experience itself. Walking the path in silence, observing from within and in a focused way, expands me.
Creativity Path: Spirals and concentric forms evoke a center. Walking the path in focused meditation, letting go of the superfluous and the known, facilitates cultivating the essence, my true center.
Integration Path: Integration is the incorporation of the parts in a whole. As an individual, walking the path with intention, I can integrate the different facets of my personality so that they are guided by the essence of being.
The three labyrinths were designed by the architect Ronald Esquivel and were recently inaugurated with the participation of university officials and representatives of the Gaia Foundation.
Esquivel is a specialist in creating spaces based on sacred geometry and labyrinths for meditation, he has built unique labyrinths with totally new geometries in Costa Rica, most of them located in universities, schools and public parks.
According to Esquivel, these trails are an ancestral tradition "that is observed in all cultures, is to walk a labyrinth or path around objects or structures that promote internalization and allow an introspection to enter my inner world and gradually unpack the highest potential that I have inside. "
He noted that they are used by groups and individuals for therapy, concentration, management of grief, creativity and stress management, among other purposes.
He said that "in general terms the most observed benefit of walking the trails is that it favors the management of stress, makes people appease this crazy activity that we have inside our conscience.
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