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Labyrinth at Lemoenshoek, Barrydale, Western Cape

Labyrinth at the Manger Farm, Lemoenskloof, Barrydale In 1998 Peter and Nola Frazer followed their hearts and built an outdoor labyrinth at the farm called Manger in Lemoenshoek, 15km from Barrydale, on the R62 towards Ladismith.

They chose to replicate the eleven-circuit Labyrinth embedded in the floor of Charters Cathedral (12th Century, France). The farm offers a stunning view of the Langeberg Mountains and the Labyrinth is surrounded by a beautiful garden, home to an interesting variety of plants.

A Labyrinth is a meditational tool that dates back to the Northern European Bronze Age. Its layout is unicursal, having one well-defined path that leads to the centre and back out again by the same path. Through its specific construction, using ancient geometry, it offers stable space to quieten and clear the mind and walkers use it in their search for healing and heightened self-awareness.

It is necessary to make an appointment to walk the Labyrinth as it attracts pilgrims from everywhere. There is no charge for this, however, donations are welcomed and go towards upkeep and helping with the Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife at The Manager.

Contact them on 028-572-1642/3 or e-mail

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