Look at this great photo – it’s the entrance to the office of the Garden Department at The Park, Findhorn Foundation. It would have been so easy to just put in an ordinary door, but instead someone has lovingly crafted this magnificent tree. This kind of thing is the essence of Findhorn, and it’s what captured my heart when I first came here 🙂
In the Western world, the word ‘rich’ is taken to mean having plenty of material possessions, be it property, cash, goods of other kinds; and words associated with this would be opulent, extravagant, wealthy, affluent, etc.
But I think real richness is much more than these things, which are a narrow definition, to say the least. Continue reading →
Up here near the Findhorn Foundation, we have a weekly community newsletter, the Rainbow Bridge. It’s generally full of interesting information about what’s going on that week. It is started on the inside page with quotes from Eileen Caddy, and Dorothy MacLean, co-founders of the Findhorn Foundation, along with Peter Caddy.
This week, I read the quote and thought how appropriate it was for me, so I wanted to share it with you too. Here it is: Continue reading →
I was sitting in Cluny sanctuary this morning, part of the Findhorn Foundation, attending the 6.30am silent meditation, which lasts for an hour. There were about 12 of us there, all sitting on chairs or meditation cushions; sometimes the quality of the silence is so pure it is that in itself that is nourishing.