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What’s On at Findhorn


March 14, 2018 By Yvonne Cuneo

In Findhorn the snow recedes and the vernal equinox is almost upon us; in the south the autumnal equinox brings crisper mornings. Whether the sap is rising or the days are waning for you, there is much to engage with at the Findhorn Foundation.

Hot off the press!

Scottish Field Magazine, March 2018 put the Foundation in the top ten spas and wellness retreats in Scotland, naming Experience Week as a place for spiritual healing. Is 2018 the year you offer yourself or someone else the gift of laughter, making new friends, experiencing something new, being still and learning to engage with life consciously?

And we are gaining the attention of a wider and wider audience… The cute and creative recycled whisky barrel houses made it into The Luxury Homes magazine and continue to be one of the most enduring images of the Foundation and Community.

an Iranian English Economic Daily and CNBC, the recognised world leader in business news are impressed by our wind turbines and in the online edition of Document Journal, a high end fashion magazine, there is reference to the Findhorn Foundation and Community as a long term Utopian experiment.

Everyone is welcome here and below you’ll find a wide variety of opportunities to engage deeply with life, explore your edges and, with gentleness and curiosity, move beyond your comfort zone…and this all takes place in a research and development centre for the future of the world. How exciting!

Let’s begin with a gift… and you don’t need to leave your armchair –

The Findhorn Foundation Easter Talks are an annual series of interviews with spiritual pioneers, change makers, researchers and explorers of new possibilities designed to stimulate new thinking and ways of being. This year the interviews of such people as David Spangler and Vance Martin, will focus on how to experience and work with the more subtle ecologies of ourselves and the planet and how transformational this can be. The talks will be available on our website and on our Facebook page from 2 April.
 
These talks serve as an introduction to our very special Co-Creative Spirituality conference – please visit our conference page.

Also a livestream gem: Robert Holden – Easter for Mystics
What wants to be born in you this Easter?
What new story is emerging in your life?
What do you need to say yes to?

Sunday April 1st 2018 7:30pm – 9:00pm BST (The clocks go forward 25 March.)
There is a small charge for this livestream, including access to the talk for a month.
To register click here.

Yvonne
for the Communications Team

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Festival of Sacred Dance, Music and Song

A Findhorn Foundation Special Event
14 – 21 July

A spectacular venue and the chance to sing, dance and make music with international teachers and musicians. This year our guest teacher is  Shakeh Major Tchilingirian, bringing the power of Armenian dance to Scotland, accompanied by two fabulous Armenian musicians, Tigran Aleksanyan and Ara Petrosyan. Add to that Greek, Balkan and Roma dances, with a touch of wild Scottish and devotional Indian. Magic!… (read more)

On the Wings of Art – An Ensouled Glass Workshop

26 May – 2 June

A unique opportunity to combine individual creative expression with an exploration of your own inner journey; then go on to explore community building through collective creation. The main medium will be stained glass augmented by games, sharings, with various decision-making tools and reflective practices to explore the nature of inner and outer harmony. Everyone is an artist – no previous experience necessary!… (read more)

Spiritual Activism: Leadership As Service with Alastair McIntosh

2- 9 June

Activism at its best is love made manifest…and we need to resource our activism from a place of spiritual grounding. Whether you are a seasoned activist needing replenishment or just awakening to local or global issues you want to stand for, this week will change your life! It will blend teaching, reflection and shared experience; movements, organisations and leadership; power, consciousness and nonviolence; the psychodynamics of campaigning and much more… (read more)