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…)
Eileen Caddy's Daily Guidance
Guidance for 1 December
Leave yesterday behind and move swiftly into this wonderful new day, knowing that it holds within it only the very best for you, and expect only the very best to come out of it. See My hand in all that is taking place, and behold the birth of the new heaven and new earth. Fear not, for it is My good pleasure to give you the kingdom, not tomorrow or some time, but today. Can you accept that anything can happen today? Are you prepared for the most wonderful happenings to take place? It helps to hasten things on and enables you to see only the very best come out of every situation. In fact, because you are looking for the very best, you help to bring it about. By this very positive action you create the right conditions, the right environment for the unfolding of the new. You become like a midwife, ready to assist in every way to bring it forth.
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…)