What’s On at Findhorn – February and March 2015

Hello Dear One

During our Internal Conference a few weeks ago, we engaged as a co-worker body with one of the tools we delight in offering to our guests – the Game of Transformation®. Part of the purpose we played with is the intention to step gracefully into our potential in these times.

The snowdrops that are in evidence just now around The Park know and live their potential. This delicate yet hardy flower comes up through the snow and ice, at a time when winter’s cold seems very happy to stay.

What is your potential in these times? Maybe you have a strong sense of it or maybe you are still exploring. Either way, the Foundation offers an environment in which what is unknown has an opportunity to reveal itself and unfold.


The best way to come to the Foundation and find out what it’s like here is by participating in our Experience Week. Offered most weeks up to 21st March, and weekly thereafter until November, this is a chance to experience the principles on which our community is based. It is also a prerequisite for participation in a number of our other Essential Findhorn programmes.

Expect a Miracle! At the end of February and again in March, there is an opportunity for you to play the 4-day version of the Game of Transformation®. Centred around a circular board, with two skilled guides and only five players, this Game offers a playful yet substantial way of understanding and transforming key life issues.

What does it mean to bring the whole of ourselves into coherent expression and partnership with life? Explore this question by accepting the invitation from Living Whole, Bringing Ourselves to Life to tap into the radical possibilities that become available when we engage more consciously with the subtle fields of ourselves, of earth and of spirit. Offered over two weeks in March, with the option to participate in either the first week, the second or both.

Starting Soon
Applied Ecovillage Living

As a reminder, our month-long Applied Ecovillage Living starts in just over two weeks! Places ARE still available for this intensive programme on how to live together in community, sustainably with the Earth and all expressions of life.

Special Event in March
EarthSings – Singing for Unity and Wellbeing

If singing is what brings forth your joy, we warmly invite you to our EarthSings conference happening at the end of March. Offering two options – residential and non-residential – this is an inspiring, heart-warming week of daytime workshops, participatory events and evening concerts.

As always here at the Foundation, there is a diverse range of workshops in which to explore our deepest selves, in whatever way most resonates with our individual paths.

For the full schedule for February and March (and beyond), visit the calendar of events page on our website.


If you are a Facebook user do check out Findhorn What’s On, our Facebook page where you will find up-to-date information about our programmes/workshops/events.

Would you like to be kept informed of what’s coming up with regards our webstreamed events? If you haven’t already done so, please email with your name, country of residence and email address, and ‘Please add me to the Findhorn Live mailing list’ in the subject line.

Findhorn Foundation College

Just before I close, I’d like to let you know about a two-week Permaculture Design Course being offered in May by our sister organisation the Findhorn Foundation College. Including 72 hours of permaculture training, this course is a comprehensive introduction to permaculture principles, design practices and their application, with a particular focus on permaculture in community. Book by 9th March and receive a 20% discount!

We welcome your feedback at any time about these emails – the content, format, frequency – and we look forward to welcoming you here, whether you connect in person or via Findhorn Live.

With blessings from the Findhorn Foundation.

Sandra Mitchell
for the Communications Team

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26 January 2015