Book launch: Pilgrim, by Geoff Dalglish
From high-adrenaline race driver and journalist to walking pilgrim, via Findhorn! Join Geoff Dalglish as he shares some adventurous stories on his transformational journey.
Author Geoff Dalglish loved his high-adrenaline life as a journalist, race driver and rally driver … until it all changed. He came to Findhorn, then later sold or gave away his belongings and started walking – across the UK, Europe, and in the United States.
Pilgrim: Taking a really long walk from the head to the heart is a racy tale that outlines his adventures from the sometimes violent streets of Soweto, a high-speed journey across the continent of Africa, and inspirational meetings with Nelson Mandela, to finding more peace and meaning at Findhorn and walking with a climate-change message of treading more lightly on the earth.
Join Geoff in the Universal Hall or on Zoom as he shares some high adventures and his inspirational story of transformation.
Robert Holden, author of Finding Love Everywhere wrote:
‘Pilgrim is a spiritual travel guide that takes you on an adventure across the world and deep into your own heart. Geoff Dalglish is our Tour Guide and he takes us on the journey of a lifetime to a destination that is with us every step of the way.’
Attendance is by donation – Geoff has kindly offered the event to help raise funds for the Findhorn Foundation.
Please mail the Philanthropy team to attend online or at the Universal Hall.
About Geoff Dalglish
Geoff Dalglish is a messenger of love, joy, peace and gratitude. He’s also a travel and environmental journalist, author, expedition guide and adventurer with a deep love of Nature and a passion for wild places.
Visiting Findhorn was a catalyst for a complete change of direction. In 2011 he began walking the equivalent of the circumference of the planet with a climate change message about treading lightly upon the Earth. He started on the island of Iona, off the west coast of Scotland.
He’s the author of Findhorn’s first eBook, Love, Magic & Miracles.
‘Walk gently on Mother Earth. She is the only one we have. Thank you, Geoff, for reminding us to be reverent and caring for the environment. God go with you.’
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and co-author of The Book of Joy with His Holiness the Dalai Lama
‘Geoff Dalglish’s wandering enquiry into the meaning of life invites us into a sacred journey that transcends the limitations of mind and ego and sees the indivisibility and interconnection with all species we share our Mother Earth with. Pilgrim is the manifestation of ‘Ubuntu’ – I am because we are.’
Jay Naidoo, former minister in Nelson Mandela’s government, inspiration mentor, author and columnist.