Labyrinths are found in many spiritual traditions. In Chartres Cathedral in France there is a tile labyrinth built in the 1200s. It was a place for a symbolic pilgrimage when it was too dangerous to travel to Jerusalem. People walk labyrinths as a way of prayer. A number of approaches can be found on this page. There is also a link to some finger labyrinths for those who cannot physically get to a labyrinth. It is also possible to turn your daily walk into a labyrinth like journey as you reflect on the day, situation, or other time period, reach the midpoint of your walk and pause with God, then return home as you look and pray into the The way forward, the next day or week or month or year. The illustrations on this page are of three home made labyrinths. One is made with acrylic paints on the drive way and the other with beads on material. The third has used an old able and some small tiles to map out a table labyrinth.