From research I have done I have found the meaning of labyrinths to be highly metaphorical in nature.
A spiritual labyrinth is said to be a journey often spiritual. In that sense I would say there are quite a many people whom consider their path to be spiritual and or a journey.
Then you have the labyrinth posited as a tool used in prayer and meditation.
As well it is referred to on one site as a "walking meditation" exercise. Which I have practiced a form of walking mindfulness meditation, and have never heard this referred to as a labyrinth before per se.
And then you have the symbol drawn itself. Ie, drawing a labyrinth on an altar tile (only an example).
So in what way are you intending to mean the use of a labyrinth here?
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