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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

Climate Change and Consciousness – A Findhorn Fellows Interview [Video]

April 8, 2019, by Thomas Miller

What can we do in the face of the greatest challenge of our time: climate change? As they approach the Findhorn Findhorn’s Climate Change and Consciousness … read more

Working with the Consciousness of Your Home [Exercise]

April 5, 2019, by Thomas Miller

If the universe is really made of consciousness, can we work with the consciousness of our home? Can we form a relationship with our homes that enhances the life of … read more

Findhorn Meets Esalen [Recorded Interview]

March 4, 2019, by Moly Yim

Esalen and the Findhorn Foundation. Two communities born in the same year of world changes. Although each has a mission to transform human consciousness, they are … read more

Celebrating Biodiversity on a Wooden Bicycle

February 22, 2019, by Kate Rawles

2017, the year of my biodiversity trek, was probably the most challenging and wonderful year of my life so far. I spent it cycling the length of South America on … read more

Listening to the Voices of Trees [Exercise]

December 13, 2018, by Thomas Miller

***Note: All quoted material is © Judy McAllister, Forest Voices: When Nature Speaks (I’ve also made sure to credit the right tree deva) Can humans … read more

Life Transitions: How to Celebrate, Let Go and Move Forward

November 30, 2018, by Thomas Miller

Life has chapters: relationships, projects, life phases. When one ends, how do you celebrate what you have achieved and internalise it? How do you transition into … read more

Findhorn’s Feral Elder: Craig Gibsone

November 16, 2018, by Geoff Dalglish

‘Birds make great sky-circles of their freedom. How do they learn it? They fall, and falling, they’re given wings’ Rumi, 13th century poet and … read more