Be inspired by stories and traditions of the Celtic festivals in this year-long online retreat, embracing the mystical, magical and healing message of the sacred Isle of Iona.
Pause. Be present. Connect.
That’s how we begin most activities – by taking a moment to become still and focus.
We’ve all seen that the world can change, overnight.
All of us alive right now, around the world, have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to help humanity pause, reconsider, and co-create the New. Come closer – the New needs you.
What is the Findhorn Foundation?
We are a charity and a leading international centre of transformative learning, rooted in a spiritual ecovillage community in the north of Scotland.
The community, near the village of Findhorn, has welcomed tens of thousands of people over the last 60 years, sharing spiritual learning, exploring kinder, more joyful ways of living, and co-creating a transformed world.
Come and join us in our magical Findhorn Park Gardens to deepen your connection with the land and the plant kingdoms, during a week of inner and outer gardening.
Enjoy a week – either as a retreat guest or working alongside our community members – on the beautiful and wild Scottish Isle of Erraid.
Our core workshop, seen as a turning point by so many participants. Build inner resilience and develop deeper connection while embracing community living.
A course to do in your own time: Explore how to use mindfulness in your everyday life, with Ruby Wax.
A course to do in your own time: Step-by-step resources to bring the magic of contemplation into every corner of your life, for deep calm and clarity.
Watch: About the Findhorn Foundation
A radically transformed world,
where humanity embodies the Sacred, we honour each other, and co-create wisely and lovingly with all life.
To personally and collectively activate and embody the Sacred every day.
Transformative learning that serves the world, by actively living and sharing our spiritual practices every day: listening to the sacred within, co-creating with the intelligence of nature, and work as love in action.