Labyrinth Days
Assum Vilaseca
Director:
Assum Vilaseca
Architect
Master in Bioconstruction
Natural geometry trainer
Labyrinth Days
  • Workshop
  • Geobiology
Member price: 80.00€ / Non member price 150.00€
Discover how megalithic labyrinths were designed and participate in their construction. Designed with the criteria of the Sacred Geometry tradition, a universal language that has the ability to create orderly and balanced spaces. It is a methodology that we can find in sacred constructions of all cultures.
February 29 and March 1, 2020 see all dates
Member price: 80.00€ / Non member price 150.00€
No. of atendees: 40
The labyrinth is structured in a seven-way route that guides us from the outside to the center. It is presented as a symbol of the path of life, which we all tirelessly and restlessly, we are going through our long process of learning and personal evolution. When we go through it consciously, we can resonate with its energy quality and allow us to balance and harmonize our inner state.
Program:

SATURDAY 29


From 9.00 to 9.30: Arrival. Space preparation, distribution of documentation.
From 9.30 to 10.30: Labyrinths throughout history. The megalithic labyrinths
From 10.30 to 11.45. Labyrinths of 3 and 7 circuits.
From 11.45 to 12.00: Rest
From 12.00 to 14.30: Labyrinths of 11 and 17 circuits

From 14.00 to 16.00: Lunch

From 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Traced on the maze field
From 18.00 to 18.15: Rest
From 18.15 to 19.30: Example of labyrinths: Chartres
From 18.30 to 20.00: Traced labyrinth of 7 circuits with the geometry of the place

SUNDAY 1 , Building a maze

From 9.30 to 11.30: Staking the maze in place
From 11.30 to 11.45: Rest
From 11.45 to 14.00: Labyrinth construction
From 14.00 to 14.15: Closing of the Workshop.

Material to carry:
Notebook with graph paper or white A3.
Ruler, square, bevel, compass, and protractor.
Pencil, eraser, and fine-tipped colored markers.
Compass adapter for pens and markers.
Scientific calculator and compass. Rods and / or pendulum.
Comfortable clothes and shoes. Gloves
Hand hoe.
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