The Labyrinth of Transformation – Rahu Labyrinth

Rahu Labyrinth – the labyrinth of transformation

element: none

colour: brown, black

direction: southwest

natural form: only one, receptive and expressive simultaneously,
seven paths without a centre

natural movement: receptive

affects: transformations and all forms of changes, passion, connection, inconstancy, harshness, violence, unexpected events, confusion, tragedies, and psychological disorders

receptive movement encourages: expansion of mind and vision, mobility, quick comprehension, quick ascent, relentlessness, intelligence

expressive movement eliminates: destructiveness, separation, uncalled-for rebelliousness, fanaticism, strangeness (being “offbeat”), inconstancy, concealment, mind blurriness, impatience, accusation, and relinquishing

More detailed explanations on the effects of labyrinths, the symbolics of the paths, the construction, alternative forms, diagnostic charts and the ritual use, you can find in the book Labyrinths and their secrets.