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In Bow, a new labyrinth provides pathway to meditation

Artist said the design combines elements of self-care, nature and connection

Kristen Winn stands in the middle of the labyrinth she built at the Bow Sanctuary where the path is lined with stepping stones to show the path.
Kristen Winn stands Monday, Sept. 18 in the middle of the labyrinth she built at the Bow Sanctuary. Winn, a Bellingham resident, has built labyrinths all around the world, and her most recent creation will be celebrated at an equinox dedication on Friday, Sept. 22. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Years before artist Kristen Winn started building labyrinths, she got a tattoo of one on her left wr
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