Suffering is hard work.
After working as a psycho-therapist for many years and after speaking about non-dualism for nearly 20 years, my impression is that most of us spend a lot of energy and time trying to control and …read more!
In 1973, after four years at the Esalen Institute in idyllic Big Sur California and training there as a Gestalt Therapist, something was deeply missing for me. In spite of the journey of self- development, working with …read more!
Inner Traditions Publishing and Findhorn Press are sponsoring a chance to win a free seat on the Findhorn Foundation’s Co-Creative Spirituality Conference this September 22 – 27.
Co-Creative Spirituality will …read more!
A better world IS possible. The Findhorn Foundation is a model for the future; it is also a charitable trust.
Being in Findhorn reminds me that powerful and positive visions for the future can be realised. I constantly ask myself how I can integrate this sense of joy, connection & inspiration into my daily life.
Ed Gillespie, co-founder, Futerra