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Labyrinths are mazes often used for meditative contemplation in the modern era. A labyrinth can be used as a tool for knowledge and Illumination. They are a perfect place to practice walking meditation. The majority of modern day retreat centers have a Labyrinth. The first Labyrinth come from Greek mythology. The first Labyrinth was created to hold the Minotaur.

The Chartres Labyrinth was created in the 13th century (c.1201-
1205) Its is in the floor of a working French Cathedral. Its origins are pretty mysterious.


Wear purple. It is a very in color. Women and guys alike will comment on how great you look.

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Labyrinith on Watermelon Linen Blend Racerback Labyrinth on Coal Raglan Chartres Labyrinth on Emerald recycled water bottle and organic cotton crew neck.
Outrageous Om V-Neck Burnout Labyrinth design symbolizes a path to enlightenment. Seek yours wearing this tee.  Made from cotton/ poly blend.  Wash gentle cycle and dry on low heat. A labyrinth is a spiritual tool, used to connect with the Divine within. It is laid out with a clear beginning and the path always leads you to the center.

The Chartres labyrinth functions as a tool to transcend our current level of consciousness. It has christian and Sufi origins.

Ganesh is the Indian patron of good luck and good fortune. He will help you to overcome the obstacles and adversity in your life

Made in California

Each shirts contains three recycled 20 oz water bottles and is made from US grown organic cotton.

50% combed ringspun organic cotton
50% recycled water bottle PET fabric.  
Cotton/poly blend for vintage feel and look

Designs are Artisan printed sublimations.  They are gassed directly into the fabric to make them super soft to the touch with no hand.
Eco-friendly, non-toxic Swiss inks are used for vibrant and lustrous prints
Labyrinth on Ocean Recycled Poly and Organic Cotton Crew Labyrinth on Gray Recycled Water Bottle and Organic Cotton Crew Om Lotus on Purple Recycled Water Bottle and Organic Cotton Crew
Labyrinths are mazes often used for meditative contemplation in the modern era. A labyrinth can be used as a tool for knowledge and illumination. They are a perfect place to practice walking meditation. The majority of modern day retreat centers have a labyrinth. The first labyrinth came from Greek mythology, which was created to hold the Minotaur.

The Chartres Labyrinth was created in the 13th century (c.1201-
1205) It is in the floor of a working French Cathedral and its origins are pretty mysterious.


Made in California.
Each shirt contains three recycled 20 oz water bottles and is made from US grown organic cotton. 50% combed ringspun organic cotton, 50% recycled water bottle PET fabric.

Designs are artisan printed sublimations. They are gassed directly into the fabric to make them super soft to the touch. Eco-friendly, non-toxic Swiss inks are used for vibrant and lustrous prints

Wash cold, hang dry.
Labyrinths are mazes often used for meditative contemplation in the modern era. A labyrinth can be used as a tool for knowledge and illumination. They are a perfect place to practice walking meditation. The majority of modern day retreat centers have a labyrinth. The first labyrinth comes from Greek mythology, which was created to hold the Minotaur.

The Chartres Labyrinth was created in the 13th century (c.1201-
1205) It is in the floor of a working French Cathedral, and its origins are pretty mysterious.



Made in California. Each shirt contains three recycled 20 oz water bottles and is made from US grown organic cotton. 50% combed ringspun organic cotton, 50% recycled water bottle PET fabric.

Designs are artisan printed sublimations. They are gassed directly into the fabric to make them super soft to the touch. Eco-friendly, non-toxic Swiss inks are used for vibrant and lustrous prints.

Wash cold, hang dry.
The Indian Lotus flower symbolizes enlightenment, divinity, fertility, wealth, and knowledge. Many Indian deities are depicted sitting on a fully blossomed lotus flower, or holding a lotus flower.

In Buddhism the lotus is known to be associated with purity, spiritual awakening and faithfulness. The flower is considered pure as it is able to emerge from murky waters in the morning and be perfectly clean.

The lotus pose or Padmasana is one of the most sought after yoga poses. It has been a popular meditative position for thousands of years.

We at Third Eye Threads have finally come up with a lotus worthy of sharing with you. It's detailed and filled with Oms and a Ganesh sprouting from it. The petals are gorgeous and it's surrounded by flowers. This shirt features a black and white version, and we also offer a traditional fuchsia, and a green blue. They are awesome symbols dating back to the Egyptians.

Wear this new design to embody your own enlightenment journey and because it's gorgeous. Lots of great details.


Made in California. Each shirt contains three recycled 20 oz water bottles and is made from US grown organic cotton. 50% combed ringspun organic cotton, 50% recycled water bottle PET fabric.

Designs are artisan printed sublimations. They are gassed directly into the fabric to make them super soft to the touch. Eco-friendly, non-toxic Swiss inks are used for vibrant and lustrous prints.

Wash cold, hang dry.
Rainbow Labyrinth on Women's Snow Long Sleeve Thermal Rainbow Labyrinth on Women's Oatmeal Long Sleeve Dolman
Labyrinths are mazes often used for meditative contemplation in the modern era. A labyrinth can be used as a tool for knowledge and illumination. They are a perfect place to practice walking meditation. The majority of modern day retreat centers have a labyrinth. The first labyrinth comes from Greek mythology, which was created to hold the Minotaur.

The Chartres Labyrinth was created in the 13th century (c.1201-
1205). It is in the floor of a working French Cathedral, and its origins are pretty mysterious.


This long sleeve waffle thermal crew is made from 60% cotton and 40% polyester.

Designs are artisan printed sublimations. They are gassed directly into the fabric to make them super soft to the touch. Eco-friendly, non-toxic Swiss inks are used for vibrant and lustrous prints.

Wash cold, hang dry.



This design offers dolman sleeves with a fitted cuff and waistband, and an oversized neckline for off the shoulder draping. The back features a center seam. The fabric is 91% polyester and 9% cotton.


We do sublimation printing vs. traditional silk screening, which is a more expensive, artisan technique. Our production facility was hand built with a small team of eco-pioneers from recycled materials. We are located in California, and are proud to combine innovative technology and old school craftsmanship.
Our goal is to make only the world's finest, most vibrantly printed garments.

Wash cold, hang dry.