Findhorn Community co-founder Eileen Caddy’s first experience of the ‘still small voice within’ was in a Glastonbury sanctuary in the late 1950s. Following this guidance led her, the community’s co-founders, and the group that gathered around them, to step into an entirely new world. A world based on a living relationship with the divine within, of vitality, joy and deep peace – as the community began to evolve into its present form.
‘Inner Listening’ opens the doors within to the divine stillness, and to the source of all guidance. We recognise that learning how to come into attunement with the divine within, listen to its voice, trust what we hear and live our individual and collective lives in this attunement is the central process by which this community – and humanity – evolves.
This morning’s session will be an opportunity to listen, explore, and experience ‘inner listening’ for yourself.