Walt Disney is one of my Imagination Icons.
I guess it would make sense for me to like labyrinths. I do love walking and am always trying to find peaceful moments. Of course, for the longest time, I only associated labyrinths as elaborate mazes- which I also enjoy- but the ones I'm obsessed about are usually circular and circuitous pathways that have a center point which can be used as a meditative act. I still haven't read much about them but I love trying to find them.
The first labyrinth I can remember walking was the one outside Seattle's Space Needle back in May 2010. I'm pretty confident since my friends and I just stumbled upon it and I didn't really know what they were that I just ran the entire way! 
Labyrinths weren't really in my radar. The next one I came across was by Estacada Library in May 2012. 
It wasn't until 2018 when Cerimon House opened up by my work that I became intrigued about them. I was actually first introduced to the place because of a volunteering thing I was doing. I learned they held monthly labyrinth walks but the dates never worked out with my schedule until October.
"I just had a wonderful time walking my first labyrinth. The whole experience was beautiful, thoughtful, relaxing, and surprisingly full of discovery and delight. I recommend experiencing it yourself as an alternative to the hustle and bustle of everyday life."
They changed the theme and intention regularly and there were various designs used. I don't have any pictures of the labyrinths there because they wanted to keep it as a surprise for those who hadn't done one yet. I really enjoyed the various activities they built around each walk.
The last walk I did there was probably New Year's Day 2020.
Nowadays, I love seeing if the places I travel to has a labyrinth for me to walk.
During my San Francisco trip back in May 2018, I was able to walk the beautiful labyrinths of Grace Cathedral- the one inside the chapel and the one in the courtyard. 
I've walked labyrinths in Seattle [1, 8], San Francisco , Rochester , Las Vegas [19, 20], and, of course, Portland- and some other places. I can't wait to see where else my love of labyrinths will take me.
I've compiled a list of the ones I've visited below and will continue to add as I come across more.
I hope you will take the time to experience labyrinths as well.
1. Space Needle (Seattle, WA)- May 29, 2010 [Outdoor; Permanent]
2. Estacada Library (Estacada, OR)- May 12, 2012 [Outdoor; Permanent; During library hours]
3. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church- May 3, 2018 [Outdoor; Permanent]
4. Cerimon House- First: October 20, 2018; Last: January 1, 2020; Multiple times in between, various designs [Indoor; Temporary; Scheduled]
5. Grace Cathedral (San Francisco, CA)- May 2, 2019 [Indoor; Permanent; During church hours] [Outdoor; Permanent]
6. First Unitarian Church (Rochester, NY)- May 2018 [Outdoor; Permanent]
7. Tabor Heights United Methodist Church- September 14, 2019 [Outdoor; Permanent]
8. Denny Park (Seattle, WA)- October 25, 2019 [Outdoor; Permanent]
9. The Grotto- September 3, 2020 [Outdoor; Permanent; Paid admission]