Environmental activist Geoff Dalglish, who is a member of the Foundation’s LEAP programme, vows to walk the equivalent of the circumference of the planet with a message about treading more lightly upon the Earth. Read his latest blog here… (read more…)
Eileen Caddy's Daily Guidance
Guidance for 21 April
There is a place for each individual in the world, but you must seek and find where your place is and where you fit in. If you are afraid to take the responsibility of bringing in the new, do not try to stop those souls who are willing to do it. Realise that those souls who have been trained and inspired to undertake this task will do so, for it is their work. Find your rightful place in the whole vast plan, and if you are not in the front line do not let it disturb you. Remember, all sorts of people are needed to make up the whole. Simply accept your specific work and do what you know you have to do wholeheartedly, and allow those souls who have been placed in the position of leadership and responsibility to go ahead. Give them your full backing and complete loyalty; they need it and appreciate it. Lift up your heart in deep love, praise and gratitude for them, and always give of your very best.
In 2012, during our 50th birthday year, we published our 50th Birthday Book to wide acclaim. Now, a year on, book compiler and editor Adiana Sjan Bijman has made a short film as a reminder of this little jewel. (read more…)
The Findhorn Foundation has been voted the Best Retreat Centre 2013 by Kindred Spirit Magazine. (read more…)