May 6. 2017 Second Annual Spiritual Journeys Celebration

May 6. 2017 Second Annual Spiritual Journeys Celebration

Celebrating International Female Ride Day and World Labyrinth Day

Author Dorit Brauer organizes every first Saturday in May a Spiritual Journey in celebration of International Female Ride Day and World Labyrinth Day.

Join the celebration: You are invited to participate in this special event on Saturday, May 6. 2017:

A Motorcycle Day Trip including three Sacred Labyrinth Walks

hosted by Dorit Brauer, author of Girls Don’t Ride Motorbikes – A Spiritual Adventure Into Life’s Labyrinth, which chronicles a modern day pilgrimage in which she embarked onto a 7,430 mile solo motorcycle adventure across the US to walk labyrinths.

  • Learn the Art of Spiritual Journeying
  • Experience the Power of the Sacred Labyrinth
  • Connect to the Source of their Inner Strength
  • Embrace the Flow of Life
  • Explore Gorgeous Scenic Roads
  • Feel the Connection between Inner and Outer Spaces
  • Learn to be Present in the Here and Now

Check out the video clip from the 2016 Spiritual Journeys Celebration and get inspired for May 6. 2017!!!

The event is free and open to the public.

Pre-registration is required. Please contact Dorit.

Who can participate: Everyone who rides a motorcycle and everyone who loves and supports motorcycle riders – you are invited to follow us in your cars.

The event is free and open to the public. Should you not be able to join all three labyrinth walks you are certainly invited to just join one or two labyrinth walks.

Labyrinth Experience, 10 am:

Start: 10 am, parking lot of the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair

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Sacred Labyrinth Walk at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair, Focus: Setting the Intention for the Day & Calling into Existence your Bright and Brilliant Future.

Labyrinth Experience 2, 12 noon:

Spiritual Labyrinth 

Ride to the Cameron Wellness Center in Washington, PA.

Sacred Labyrinth Walk of the labyrinth Dorit created for the Center in 2008.

Focus: Open your Heart

Labyrinth Experience 3, 2:30 pm:

 Spiritual Labyrinth

Ride on scenic roads to Pleasant Valley Labyrinth in Weirton, WV

Sacred Labyrinth Walk focusing on Ancestral Strength

Ride along the Ohio River

Supper at Janoski’s Farm in Clinton, PA (at your own cost)

The trip covers approximately 111 miles.

 

Meet Dorit Brauer, Founder and Owner of the Brauer Institute

You are invited to view the Guided Imagery Videos, Spiritual Teachings and Spiritual Journeys on Dorit’s YouTube Channel.

What’s the big deal with labyrinths? Check out this video and find the answer.

How to walk a Labyrinth? 

Spiritual Labyrinth

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