The legacy of sole surviving co-founder Dorothy Maclean is finding fresh expression within the community. (read more…)
Eileen Caddy's Daily Guidance
Guidance for 24 October
Because something was right and proper yesterday does not mean it is today. That is why you have to live one day at a time, and live fully in the ever-present, glorious now; for when you can do it without any reservations and preconceived ideas, you will be able to accept change without resistance and life will flow with ease and smoothness. It is much easier to say it than to do it, especially when you have felt everything was going smoothly and have sunk your roots down deep, feeling secure in your present situation. Let your security be in Me and never in a situation, a plan, a person or a thing; for what is here today may be gone tomorrow. But I AM always here through all eternity. Therefore seek Me and find Me, and fear nothing. Let the changes come, and simply know that each change will be for the very best and that each one is necessary for the growth and expansion of the whole.
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…)
The remarkable and inspiring life of Peter Caddy was celebrated recently with a pilgrimage to the summit of Ben Macdui, a Scottish mountain he revered. (read more…)
The Findhorn Foundation community surprised our sole surviving co-founder with a version of the famous TV series: This is Your Life! (read more…)