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Talks...
Due to Covid-19 Pandemic all activities at the Grange have been suspended.

I AM" Workshop
To be held on Saturday and Sunday
Cost : Free
Call: Anthea +27832270269 for bookings



Activities
Walking the healing Labyrinth 
Just inside the gate on the right hand side, you'll find the labyrinth.
"Labyrinth", mind - not maze, not spiral. It is a single path wound back and forth some 500m long. Set your foot on it and start a leisurely walk. After 10 minutes or so you will arrive at the centre, where you can sit a while, rest, and think about things calmly and tranquilly.
It's really a little pilgrimage to the centre of your being.
Others may be on the path too. No matter. They are on their own journey. Acknowledge them with a nod and return to your own quest.
In due course, retrace your steps to the normal world. it will not be the old you who comes back.
If the experience pleasses you, keep an eye out for the labyrinth workshops which are coming.
The labyrinth is a mysterious, ancient symbol that has captured human imagination for thousands of years. In our increasingly chaotic world its introspective, coiling path is attracting more and more people across the globe in search of inner peace and greater self-awareness. Walking the healing labyrinth invites us on a meditative journey, helping us to discover joy at the centre of the labyrinth and, ultimately, at the centre of our lives.
The Grange garden labyrinth is open to all at all times so come and walk the Path of the Labyrinth and discover for yourself the Peace and Tranquillity.
The total walking distance within the garden labyrinth is 1 km.


Peace Pole
May Peace Prevail on Earth
A Peace Pole is a hand-crafted monument that displays the message and prayer May Peace Prevail on Earth on each of its four or six sides, usually in different languages. There are more than 200,000 Peace Poles in 180 countries all over the world dedicated as monuments to peace. They serve as constant reminders for us to visualize and pray for world peace.
Usually a Peace Pole is eight feet tall (2m 50cm) with the bottom "planted" in the ground. It may be constructed from any material that is environmentally sound. Peace Poles are often planted to commemorate special occasions, such as holidays, anniversaries, events and festivals. Or any date may be chosen to dedicate a place to peace.
Whatever the location, the presence of a Peace Pole announces that this is a special place, dedicated to peace on Earth. Planting a Peace Pole is a way to bring people together on an inspiring project to join in a network of peace consciousness that is emerging all over the world.
When you plant a Peace Pole in your community, you are linking with people all over the world who have planted their Poles in the same spirit of peace. Every Peace Pole proclaims the prayer May Peace Prevail on Earth in the language of the country and often several other languages as well.
There more than 200,000 Peace Poles around the world are on all continents, in every country you can think of. They are in simple places, such as churches and gardens, and extraordinary ones, such as at the Pyramids of El Giza, Egypt or the Magnetic North Pole in Canada. They promote healing of conflict and the bringing of peace into the world.