Labyrinths are ancient mindfulness pathways that date back thousands of years.
Finger labyrinths recreate the experience of walking a labyrinth.
The Simple St. Reparatus Finger Labyrinth is a modification of the ancient labyrinth from the Basilica of St. Reparatus at Orléansville (now Chlef), Algeria.
It has fewer circuits, making it easier to trace.
This labyrinth is designed in a Roman mosaic style, but with a spiral layout in each quadrant. Though the design is square, you still trace a circular journey into and out of each section before finally arriving in the center.