Shift Happens, an Easter talk with Robert Holden
Join Robert Holden live in the Universal Hall or online, for 5 Spiritual Practices for Personal Growth and
Global Transformation this Easter: 15 April, 7pm to 8.30pm UK time.
Growing in the darkness, bringing in the light
5 Spiritual Practices for Personal Growth and
Global Transformation this Easter.
Join Robert Holden live in the Universal Hall – or on Zoom – for another of his hugely popular Easter talks on Good Friday.
In challenge times, the only way to get through it is to grow through it. In his talk, Robert offers five mystical practices for Easter that support inner change and new beginnings.
With his usual creative mix of storytelling, meditations, poetry and practical advice, he covers:
1) Death of Normal – letting go of the past and creating a better normal.
2) Invitation of Spring – the wisdom of snowdrops and new growth.
3) Daily Spiritual Practice – inner listening in a ‘Post Truth’ society.
4) Crucifixion to Resurrection – an end to crucifying yourself and others.
5) Love in Action – participating in a climate change from fear to love.
This is a benefit event, and deep gratitude to Robert for his ongoing support! All proceeds from this event will be split between the Findhorn Foundation and Findhorn Bees.
Robert Holden’s work on psychology and spirituality has been featured on Oprah, Good Morning America, a PBS special Shift Happens!, and in two major BBC-TV documentaries, The Happiness Formula and How to Be Happy.
Robert has presented two Findhorn TEDx talks on Destination Addiction and The Tea Meditation. He is a New York Times best-selling author of 12 books including Shift Happens!, Authentic Success, Loveability, Life Loves You, co-written with Louise Hay, and his new book Finding Love Everywhere. He writes a weekly newsletter called Shift Happens! www.robertholden.com
Tickets to attend via Zoom are £9.99 – bursaries are available, please contact us if you’d like to apply.
Tickets are £10 by donation to attend in the Universal Hall.
If you can’t make it tomorrow, register now and you will be able to view a recording of, or download, Robert’s talk for 12 months.