The park of energetic labyrints and geometric shapes

Address: Likšų kaimas, Žem. Kalvarijos sen., Plungės rajonas
Phone: +370 675 45 111; +370 611 34 900
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A short information about energetic labyrinths: Scientists these days tend to think that labyrinths affect the activity of a human brain. For example when walking through a labyrinth path which suddenly turns 180 degrees – it causes one of your cerebral hemispheres of the brain to switch to the other one. This process happens over and over again until you finish walking through the labyrinth. Using this method your brain starts working hard in a short period of time, hence manifestation of many potential abilities and sudden power flows are possible. This is one of the reasons why it is believed that labyrinths perform miracles and change peoples’ lives.
Bioenergetics scientists argue that geometric forms of labyrinths have their own energy fields that affect the human energy fields. Once exposed to such energy, the human inside energy field starts to feel harmony and peace .

Not only you will be able to walk through labyrinths in the park, but also visit and learn more about other geometrical figures such as: Domes, Mandala and Merkaba.

At the park you will gain positive energy and return to work with new strengths.

Žemaičių Kalvarija

Žemaičių Kalvarija (earlier – Gardai) was mentioned first in 1253 as a Curonian settlement with a castle, an altar hill and a burial ground.
The town has preserved the network of roads and streets that was characteristic of 9th-13th centuries, and also many archaeological, architectural, art, sacred and other valuables of cultural heritage and nature; the town is known for an impressive relief.
In the 4th decade of the 17th century, the bishop Jurgis Tiškevičius founded the first in the Great Duchy of Lithuania Path of Cross with 19 chapels, built a new church of Mary and entrusted all this to Dominican monks. The custom of unique trips to Indulgenced Feasts, called Didžioji Kalvarija (Great Calvary) that take place in the first decade of July have become popular
immediately together with the custom of Walking the Mountains. The catholic temple has become famous, and the town slowly became renamed into Kalvarija (Calvary). In 1664, the Dominicans opened a school and maintained it properly, this school even reached a gymnasium status at the beginning of the 19th century. Simonas Daukantas, Motiejus Valančius and other enlightened people from Žemaitija used to study here.
In Žemaičių Kalvarija, the memorial museum of Vytautas Mačernis is open to the public, also there is an administration office of the elderate, a library, several stores, a cafe, a bus station. About 800 residents live in this town.