At the risk of trying to put this discussion back on topic, Contestant #3’s OP related to whether anyone walked labyrinths and if they did, was anything “mystical” experienced. To begin with, labyrinths are as old as the Middle Ages in Europe and were intended as foci for spiritual meditation in monasteries and convents. One could walk the path of the labyrinth and meditate in the same way that one could pray the rosary. But as with any spiritual experience, what one gets out of it depends upon what one brings into it. If one goes in with the expectation of having a mystical experience, one is likely to have one. If one walks the labyrinth just for the sake of walking it, I doubt anything will happen other than the aforementioned leg cramps and bunions.
I’ll refrain from commenting on C#3’s unintentional(?) joke about labyrinths being “a lot of bull”.