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Solstice joy to the world


December 24, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo
Kindness Angel

Hello everyone Never has humanity needed the quality of joy more – unreasonable, inexplicable, deeply felt joy. So I am sending joy to all of you, wherever you are, our global family – may it lighten your heart, without marginalising all the other emotions (weariness, grief, confusion, anxiety, rage?) which may be moving through you … read more

Starving to death – my road to Findhorn


December 14, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo
Yvonne Cuneo

Each person walks their own road to finding understanding and grace, and often the Findhorn Foundation has been a catalyst or a way point on that journey. Yvonne Cuneo’s connection to Findhorn spans decades. Here’s her personal story. At 26 I left Sydney to travel the world on my own for a year. I had left a marriage which I’d … read more

Autumn Equinox 2020


September 23, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo

Hello everyone, I love writing the equinox message each year as we earthlings spin in space, the world briefly balances equal day and night, and the hemispheres sit at the junction of spring in the south and autumn in the north. I feel a special sense of nature’s constant cycles of renewal and decline, and the interconnection of all … read more

Walking Each Other Home


August 27, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo

Live walks and talks from the Findhorn Foundation As the UK went into lockdown on 23 March, co-worker Michael Mitton decided to reach out to the world by livestreaming six walks a week from in or around the Foundation’s two sites, The Park and Cluny. Michael is focaliser of the team which normally delivers programmes to participants so … read more

Who do I choose to be…?


June 23, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo

Who do I choose to be…? Here in northern Scotland, flowers bloom, birds build nests and hatch their young, the sun rises at 4am and sets at 10.20pm. For those of you in the south, the last of the autumn leaves fall, the earth slowly puts itself to bed and in some places the first morning frost appears. And everywhere, silently, … read more

Helen Wildsmith receives prestigious Award


June 2, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo

Findhorn Foundation Trustee Helen Wildsmith receives prestigious 2020 Joan Bavaria Award for her leadership on sustainability Helen Wildsmith, stewardship director focusing on climate change at CCLA (Churches, Charities and Local Authorities Investment Management Limited) and trustee of the Findhorn Foundation, has recently won the … read more

Outrage + Optimism


May 25, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo

Findhorn Foundation Trustee and FICS co-founder Paul Dickinson is a co-creator of the most widely listened to climate change broadcast by Yvonne Cuneo I’ve just finished listening to the highly entertaining and informative one year celebration episode (8 May) of the award winning podcast Outrage and Optimism, created by former UN Chief … read more

What does the world need from us now?


April 9, 2020 By Yvonne Cuneo

What does the world need from us now? We are all experiencing the planetary crisis/opportunity of COVID-19. Even as we practice social distancing or self isolation, awareness is growing that we are one incredible family. It feels surreal, a global wake-up call, a critical juncture in humankind’s evolution and an invitation towards … read more

What’s on at findhorn


June 25, 2018 By Yvonne Cuneo

Dear Findhorn friends , Whether you are experiencing the summer or winter solstice it’s useful to remember a favourite song of mine – “be still and know that day and night, be still and know that dark and light…are one holy circle”. Hot off the press The current print edition of Kindred Spirit magazine (July / August 2018) has a … read more

What’s on at Findhorn


April 24, 2018 By Yvonne Cuneo

Dear Ones, Findhorn Bay is golden with gorse and The Park and Cluny have a vibrant spring vibe with lots of engaged participants and bright bunches of daffodils in every corner. We hope to welcome you soon. Hot off the press! Curious about what time spent as part of our intimate satellite community on the Island of Erraid would be like? … read more