Living Labyrinths for Peace, Inc. aspires to bring Labyrinth Centers to all areas of the world where people can walk the labyrinth path of Inner Peace to World Peace. Our founder’s dream is to build this headquarters building as an International Living Labyrinths for Peace Center, in Sedona, Arizona. The main building would be a Multi-Media Labyrinth Peace Museum. Here people can choose what labyrinth designs to walk projecting them on the floor, surround images of where they want to walk and overhead images in an astronomical dome. The center based in the womb of the earth, yet connected to the universe through a spiral stairway and dome of glass, is to be a center for the study and promotion of the Labyrinth experience, and to house a world archive of labyrinth resources, research and activities, that bring the Labyrinth into every aspect of the daily life and consciousness of peoples, cultures and races everywhere. Our Capital Campaigns and the current Sedona Celebration and Fundraiser will be the resource for funding this goal.
LL4P Vision Statement
Through building and education programs that combine art, science, technology and nature, LL4P co-creates peace within and among people, animals, nature and the universe.
First Priority: Building #1:
The Living Labyrinths Peace Center will have programs of light technology that inspire enlightenment and peace within people. Emphasis will be upon co-creating peace between technology and nature. The room will contain natural elements, such as trees, plants, flowers, fishes. Workshops and programs may take place in all the rooms, but the large LL4P Center will offer the greatest options for modern media, continually upgraded, of people’s choice of images while relating technology peacefully to nature.
People may bring images, or select images to project on the floor in a labyrinth design of their choice, on the surrounding circular walls and on the dome overhead.
-First Floor: Multi-Media Labyrinth Peace Museum based on Sandra’s Chaco Vision with the overhead dome
Second Priority: Building #2 and #3:
Upgrade Sandra Wasko-Flood’s innovative Art/Technology labyrinths:
– “Dance of the Labyrinth,” inspired by her Chaco Vision with computer programmed photo-montage images that light up to one’s steps.
-“Peacock Envisions the Universe” where the evolution of the universe is seen through peacock’s eyes.