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Dorothy Maclean: 100 on 7th January 2020

December 5, 2019, by Janet Limb

Dorothy Maclean turns 100 on the 7th January 2020. Here is how you can help Dorothy celebrate Dorothy Maclean is the surviving founder of the Findhorn Community. … read more

Co-Creating the New Findhorn Guest Houses

November 22, 2019, by Thomas Miller

The Findhorn Foundation is currently manifesting new guest houses, but the impulse goes much deeper than physical buildings. A few years ago, many people in the … read more

The beauty and wildness of the Sidhe

September 23, 2019, by Søren Hauge

In October we will explore the Sidhe. Several artists and writers have tried to capture the essence of these ‘hidden people’ in art. See four artistic … read more

Why Join the Spiritual Deepening Programme? [video]

September 18, 2019, by Gerrit Post

Susan Miles and Judith Bone will hold the Findhorn Foundation month-long programme, Spiritual Deepening, in November. In this video series they share short … read more

Respect Your Elders Lesson #1: Laughter is Medicine

August 14, 2019, by Communications Editor

“You don’t stop laughing because you grow older, you grow older because you stop laughing,” said Maurice Chevalier. Here at the Findhorn Foundation, we are … read more

Shaping Space: The Spiritual Foundations of Findhorn’s New Guest Houses

August 1, 2019, by Thomas Miller

On July 27, 2019 the Findhorn community was celebrating with a wild ceilidh (Scottish traditional dance). Although the weather was torrential hot, we had good reason … read more

Climate Change Conversations [Video]

May 14, 2019, by Gerrit Post

From April 20 to 26, The Findhorn Foundation hosted Climate Change & Consciousness. In this watershed event, the Findhorn Foundation and partners from around … read more

The Two Bank Executives Who Saw the Light: How Spiritual Activism Helped Save the Isle of Harris

April 29, 2019, by Alastair McIntosh

First Encounter With Spiritual Activism   Forty-one years ago, in the early summer of 1976, I led a student outing to the Findhorn Foundation. I was then a … read more

Peace Is Not Boring

April 19, 2019, by Scilla Elworthy, PhD

For many people peace can seem boring; too well behaved, too quiet. These are usually the people who have never been in a war, never witnessed the terror of children … read more