As more of us turn away from institutional religion, what becomes of our need of spirituality and contemplation? In this report we look at the millennia-old human fascination with labyrinths.
"If you have the image of the labyrinth in your mind, again and again you can find the courage to pursue new paths", says Gernot. From Theseus and the Minotaur to the first Benedictine monks, labyrinths have served as an allegory for the complex journey of life since the start of civilisation. For Berthold, even today, walking the maze "is a path to one's own centre".FULL SYNOPSIS