Labyrinth Journeys, a half-hour documentary produced by local filmmaker Cintia Cabib, will be broadcast on Maryland Public Television at 10:30 a.m. on October 1 and on WHUT at 9 p.m. on October 18.
Labyrinth Journeys presents the stories of adults, teenagers and children who use seven Washington, D.C. area labyrinths as tools for healing, rehabilitation, meditation, stress reduction, spiritual awareness and playful exploration. A breast cancer survivor, an Iraq War veteran, an individual facing unemployment, a mother caring for her ill son, an office worker seeking a peaceful oasis during the workday and two high school students dealing with the stresses of school are among the individuals who share their experience of walking the labyrinth.
Cabib says, “Labyrinth Journeys reflects my interest in exploring spaces that provide individuals with healing, respite, renewal and a connection to nature. I hope that by watching the film, individuals and institutions will be inspired to create and use labyrinths in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, schools, places of worship, parks and gardens, and workplaces.”
To learn more about the documentary, visit www.LabyrinthJourneysFilm.com.