2019 Autumn Equinox at the Labyrinth

Celebrate with us!

2019 Autumn Equinox

Solstices are a planet’s longest and shortest days of the year. The longest day marks the beginning of summer and is known as the summer solstice. The summer solstice has the most hours of sunlight, and is the brightest day of the year.

Equinoxes are moments when day and night are of equal length, so there is the same amount of daylight and darkness for one day. They occur twice a year on every planet of the solar system when the sun is directly above the equator.

Throughout history, we have seen in the celestial movements of the sun a cosmic reflection of the spiritual journey we could undertake on earth within ourselves. The sacred occasions of solstices and equinoxes inspire us to make this symbolic journey by walking the labyrinth.

Where is the labyrinth???   HERE • Google map

We invite you to join your family, friends, and neighbors in celebrating the ••• Solstice by walking the torch-lit path of the‘Awapuhi Labyrinth.
The labyrinth is located at 15-1601 4th Av. in Hawaiian Paradise Park near pole #14. Bring a flashlight…and an umbrella if the weather seems iffy.