Yearly Archives: 2016

Spirit’s Ceramic Signature

Craig's clay is singing. (To anyone who knows Craig, this will probably not come as a surprise.) A few months ago, feral elder (his official title) Craig Gibsone pulled me aside with a customary look of radiant joy on his face. "I'm working on something," he said, glowing, "I'm thinking of putting it in the sanctuaries, and I think you should come and see it." (read more…)

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Ecovillage Living Course a Stepping Stone for Maria

The AEL course was Maria Cooper’s first introduction to the Findhorn community and ecovillage and she says it was through learning about its ecological, social and spiritual practices, that she deepened her relationship with herself and what she really wants to do with her life. (read more…)

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Craig on his Love Affair with Life

Fun and sustainability are key elements that permeate the everyday life of Australian-born Craig Gibsone, a Findhorn Foundation course facilitator who’s also the senior coordinator of the community’s Ecovillage programmes. Findhorn elder Craig Gibsone has played a leading role in the community for nearly 50 yearsHe’s arguably the youngest and most energetic and exhuberant 75-year-old you’ll meet, walking his talk when he insists passionately: “If it isn’t fun, it isn’t sustainable.” (read more…)

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The Findhorn Effect

What if real life – the job, the traffic, the accelerating treadmill – isn’t the way it needs to be? South African journalist Adelle Horler visited the Findhorn Foundation and found a pleasant way to live. Click on the image below to read her story… (read more…)

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The Right Stuff

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…)

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Creating the Great Green Wall of Africa

The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.Nelson Henderson, pioneer farmer The high dream of Richard St Barbe Baker, the ‘Man of the Trees’ who was also a friend to the pioneers of the Findhorn Foundation community, is becoming a breathtaking reality decades after his death in 1982. (read more…)

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Findhorn Bay Festival

In just a week or so the 2016 Findhorn Bay Festival kicks off, a six-day celebration of arts, culture and innovation around the Findhorn Bay area. Following the success of the inaugural event in 2014, this year’s festival promises to offer an even greater range of activities and events to satisfy festival-goers from far and wide. (read more…)

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Flow!

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…)

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