A maze, as seen by Wedgewood, is a tool to help individuals together with the internal journey, which then improves the outer journey. Each journey, the outer journey as well as the internal journey, supports and nourishes the other. For Christians, one journey must not be stressed to the negligence of the other. Or set antoher manner, mazes help us love the world and ourselves.

The maze of Wedgewood is open to the general public.
May God bless your maze walks.

A maze has never walked and so we may be asking, Just how can a maze walk? Do you know the rules?
Firstly, there isn't any one right method to walk a maze. Each maze walk could be an entirely different experience from other maze walks.
Can a maze walk at a time? Yes. There's no limitation on how a lot of folks can walk at the same time.

Well, what if the man in front is not walking as fast as a tortoise? Folks walk the maze at different speeds. We all really can live together on and off mazes calmly. Amen.
If you speak to the other man walking the maze? Generally, folks like to walk the labyrinth in quiet. So do not talk to others. Obviously, if no one is on the maze and you're walking the maze with whom you have prearranged being chatty Kathy's while you walk the maze together using a buddy, do it. But if others show up you will need to zip your lips. Personally I urge quiet. God may be heard in words and sound, but our lives are full of chatter and sound. Time in quiet might not be bad for all of us.

Can I dance the inner ear? Certainly not, it is a Baptist maze. No, in the event that you are on the maze by yourself feel free dance, to sing, or play a trumpet. But if others are found, everything changes. You ought not be a distraction to other maze walkers.

When I walk the maze, what if nothing happens? What will happen if I am disappointed with my maze walk? Well, maze walking might not be for you, but I'd support you to have goals when you walk the maze, not anticipations. Instead, just have an objective. I walk the maze together with the aim to get my life in equilibrium now. I walk together with the aim of praying about a conflicted relationship I'm in. I walk to practice being grateful. Will you be depressed? Perhaps. However, what will happen if a maze walk empowered you to say, I'll not be conquered by my depression. ------ Or maybe you see where you head goes and simply walk. My goal today for this particular walk will be open to whatever occurs during the walk.

I call all your maze walks WOn't be thrilled encounters. You will not be provided by the maze with a perfect life or perfect ecstasy. But I also call your time on the maze could give you moments of insight and authorization, and, WOn't be a waste of time.

Entry To The Maze Questions

1. What new start do I want in my entire life?
2. What new starts have I had in my entire life?
3. What doors are shut to you personally? (Why have those doors been shut?)
4. Who are the individuals and do you know the occasions which have opened up an entirely new world to the world, a fresh way of understanding yourself and you personally?
5. How do you feel you have changed since that first step of following Jesus?
6. Are you really a parent of a young kid? What are your hopes and wishes for the commencement of their life?
7. Are you currently in the beginning phases of a connection? Emotions and what ideas are swimming in you as you're considering this relationship?
8. What's something I began but didn't end? So what can I learn from my ambivalence about myself? Do I dread failure due to.....previous failures, encounter of a really critical parent or partner/spouse, or because I 'm overly critical of myself?
9) Is the present rate of my life too quickly? Walk the maze slowly as a manner of saying to yourself that you should slow down. What do I have to receive from Wedgewood?
Might spirituality, and/or church, private participation in mission activitity transform me?

Centre of the Maze Questions

1) Who or what's the focus of your existence?
Do you have to be focused?
2) Do you end up becoming caught at the center of other people's battles? How will you keep adoring each of the people who live in the struggle taking on the strain of their relationship and while not becoming caught in the middle?
3) How long do you believe you are going to live? Are you really at the center of your own life? What would you like to do with the time you've left?
4) Are you a youthful man headed toward maturity? What new obligations and chances are you really seeking?
What've become hurts and the joys of this type of relationship? What has to be forgiven? What exactly are times you have had that remind you of how blessed you've been?

Way Out Questions For Maze Walking

1) What are a few of the finishes you've experienced?
2) What departures have you mourned?
3) What are a few way outs you should take in life?
4) What are a few things you should finish in your own life?
5) What buddies and communities do you need to enable you to live on the planet?
6) What would you like to do before your life ends?

I chose to walk it, just following the Maze was completed.

As some of you know, I've had three operations in a couple of years on my right knee. And I 've had foot surgery additionally. Then just about anyone would have the capacity to do it if I could walk the Maze with its bends and turns and its gravel path. Well, as I said, I had a couple minuets and so I was really going to fast walk the Maze. Wrong!!!!!! Wedgewood's Maze doesn't fast walk. The Maze walks in the speed the Maze dictates. So on my initial turn, I nearly fall flat on my face. I slowed down and steadied myself. But as I was walking, I really began meditating and fell into the beat of the maze. Low and behold the sound from the road became white noise and I really could hear the trees also hear the birds singing and sway in the wind. Astonishing.

I presumed to myself, "it cannot be this simple" and it was not. I 'd been so close to the centre and I was near it. But I listened to that small voice in the rear of my head and listened to my very own pulse and walked on and quieted down. You know the one that lets you know what to do but you do not listen to it. The following thing I know, I'm at the centre. I was at the centre. My facility, the centre in the universe, God's centre. Go meet the Christians for lunch and I needed to leave the Maze. So I felt a little depressed to need to leave the facility behind and began back and then I turned a corner and there I was only one row away from the delight of centeredness as well as the memory as well as the centre filled me. A couple more steps and I was outside. Subsequently I was awash with the rush of actually finishing it and having set out to perform a job. Subsequently the alleviating idea came to me: the Maze will walk again.



4800 Wedgewood Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210

Sunday School 10 AM

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Wedgewood's Pastor

Rev. Dr. Chris Ayers

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