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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

Conscious Co-Creation with Crystals


November 15, 2018, by Robert Burlinson

Each Crystal carries a frequency Crystals in themselves are neutral, neither good nor bad. Each crystal carries a frequency or vibration that needs to be understood … read more

Journeying Through Grief to Reconnection – Spiritual Deepening


November 14, 2018, by Leslie Hill

Taizé singing was what first drew me to Spirit when I came to live in the Findhorn Foundation twenty years ago, furious at God because I’d been widowed. It took … read more

Answering a Call from the Subtle Realms [Exercise]


August 2, 2018, by Thomas Miller

A few years ago a call from subtle partners came into my awareness. At the time it felt more like a headache. I didn’t sense any idea at first, only a sense of … read more

Discovering my Selves, Discovering the Self


July 20, 2018, by Diana Whitmore

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 … read more

Suffering: How to Let Go of Straining and Ease Out


July 11, 2018, by Roger Linden

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 … read more