Connection, interconnectedness and an honouring of all life are themes that come up often in conversation with Reiki practitioners who’ve chosen a pathway of service within the Findhorn Foundation community. (read more…)
Eileen Caddy's Daily Guidance
Guidance for 5 February
When you are given responsibilities to carry, shoulder them joyously and be not bowed down by them. See that they are carried out to the letter, and never fail to see them through, no matter how seemingly difficult or heavy they may appear to be at the time. Always remember that I never give you more than you are able to carry without giving you the help and strength to do it. As you shoulder your responsibilities, you grow in stature and strength and become dependable and reliable so that I can give you even greater responsibilities to carry. I need more and more reliable and dependable souls to carry the load. I need you willing and able to do it without any fear of not being able to do it. Never at any time be a defeatist. You can do anything when you make up your mind you can, and refuse even to contemplate failure. Simply know that you will succeed, and you will.
Environmental activist Geoff Dalglish, who is a member of the Foundation's LEAP programme, vows to walk the equivalent of the circumference of the planet with a message about treading more lightly upon the Earth. Read his latest blog here… (read more…)
The blades of Moya, the Findhorn Foundation community's first wind turbine, have turned for the last time, ending a quarter century of faithful service. (read more…)
A recent celebration to mark the Findhorn Foundation taking into custodianship 34 hectares of wild land. (read more…)