Labyrinths are ancient mindfulness pathways that date back thousands of years.
Finger labyrinths recreate the experience of walking a labyrinth.
The Native American Finger Labyrinth, or Man in the Maze, is a symbol of the Tohono O'Odham Nation (Papago Indians) of Southern Arizona. Often the labyrinth has a male figure, Iʼitoi the mischievous creator, in the opening.
This Native American Finger Labyrinth symbolizes the choices of life. The pathway broadens as we consider options, and then narrows as we focus on our journey. At the center, you can look out on the labyrinth and see you goals.