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Marking the Solstice – 21 June


June 16, 2021, by Britta Schmitz

The world is taking a pause… As we celebrate the Solstice on 21 June – Summer in the Northern Hemisphere and Winter in the South – the Wheel of Life seems … read more

Playing the Game of Transformation


June 9, 2021, by Mary Inglis

Free will, setbacks, insights and angels… In a magical process, the Game allows you to play out aspects of conscious living to see how they are real in your life. … read more

Growing together: new partnership with UHI


June 8, 2021, by F. F. Content

The Findhorn Foundation is partnering with the University of the Highlands and Islands (Moray College) to develop a fully funded programme on sustainable food … read more

Birth of the Transformation Game: tumbling into Grace


May 21, 2021, by Joy Drake

Joy Drake didn’t choose to create the Transformation Game, but it wouldn’t let her go! Here’s the story of the birth of the Game – now part of the fabric of … read more

See The Park on BBC


May 11, 2021, by Janet Limb

The Findhorn Foundation Park and Ecovillage is the location for a new five-part children’s series, Maddie, The Home and You, broadcast from 10 May on CBeebies at 4 … read more

Healing in a kilt


April 29, 2021, by Adelle Horler

What started as a fundraiser turned into a profoundly moving and spiritually healing experience for our walkers on the Scottish Virtual Kiltwalk. These are four … read more

Beltane and May Day – The Celtic Festival of Fertility


April 29, 2021, by Britta Schmitz

Beltane – the Celtic Festival of Fertility How to celebrate Beltane and May Day? Create your own Celtic ritual. Beltane or Beltain is one of the better known … read more

Celebrating the Sanctuary


April 19, 2021, by John Willoner

John Willoner, resident of The Park and one of the Findhorn Community’s earliest members, remembers the building and opening of the Main Sanctuary in April 1968, … read more

VIDEOS: The energy remains


April 15, 2021, by Adelle Horler

It’s undeniably heartbreaking to look over the ravaged sites of the Main Sanctuary and the Community Centre, as these two videos show, remembering the deep love, … read more