Saturday 13th October 7.30pm BST, Universal Hall
Findhorn Live presents an inspiring evening of talks featuring four wonderful speakers.
Tickets cost £5 (£3) on the door. This event will also be livestreamed at no charge.
There will be a panel Q&A hosted by Robin Alfred after the talks. The recording of the evening will be available to view here for one month.
Jude Currivan Ph.D.
A Great Thought…Leading edge science is revealing a radical perception: that our Universe is innately unified, made up of digitised in-formation and holographically manifested. If our Universe is a great thought rather than a great thing – what then?
Bio:Jude is a cosmologist, award-winning author of The Cosmic Hologram and previously one of the most senior business women in the UK. See: judecurrivan.com
William Bloom Ph.D.
The Future of Religion, Spirituality and MeditationThe social and environmental pressure cooker is intense. William proposes some hopeful possibilities.
Bio:William is an author, educator and founder of the Spiritual Companions Trust. See: williambloom.com
Daniel Wahl Ph.D.
Human and Planetary Health: Ecosystem restoration at the dawn of the Century of RegenerationWe stand at the dawn of the planetary era. The Re-Generation is rising. Individuals and communities around the world are restoring degraded ecosystems – regenerating the Earth and her People. The proposed ‘UN Decade for Ecosystem Restoration’ could become the foundation for a Century of Regeneration.
Bio:Daniel Christian Wahl PhD is a whole systems design specialist and regenerative development generalist with a background in biology, holistic science and design. Daniel´s work as an author, blogger, educator and consultant aims to contribute to a global rise in regenerative practice in business, leadership, education, policy and community design. See: danielchristianwahl.com
The Wealth of PlacesAn inquiry into what may be gleaned from growing deeper in place…ruminations on the cow path.
Bio:Martin Ping is the Executive Director of Hawthorne Valley Association, a not-for-profit dedicated to renewing soil, society, and self through the integration of education, agriculture and art on a 900 acre biodynamic farm. Martin has been at Hawthorne Valley for 30 years. During much of that time he taught practical arts in the High School and was Director of Facilities. Martin has served as ED since 2003, and currently teaches economics in Grade 12. He is a founding member of Slow Money and is co-founder and storyteller for The Magical Puppet Tree. Martin has served on the boards of several not-for-profit organisations and is most grateful in his role as Poppy to his two grandchildren. See: hawthornevalley.org