Monday, 26 March, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Findhorn community in Scotland is one of the world’s oldest communities, beginning inauspiciously in 1962 when three adults and three children moved to a bleak caravan park in North East Scotland. Through their dedication to their meditation practice, listening to their inner guidance, working with the nature realms and putting love into everything they did, what grew around them is one of the world’s oldest and most famous spiritual communities.
Jacqueline Buckingham has lived and worked there for seven years, as a fundraiser, a media producer and as one of the education faculty. She will talk about her experiences of community living, how it began, why it continues to thrive and what it is REALLY like to live and work there.
Jacqueline will also talk about her work as a teacher of Animal Communication and how vital this work is in a world of increased ‘separation sickness’. The evening will be primarily structured around a Q&A, so if you have been curious about Findhorn and want to know more, or about how to listen and talk to the other-than-human beings in your life, this is a chance to get your questions answered.
*Please note our door ticket prices for general admission is $20.
All general bookings via Eventbrite remain at $15 plus booking fees. Concession prices will remain the same – $10. Ticket prices include light refreshments.
**We look forward to seeing you at our event but if something comes up refunds will be given with 24 hours notice prior to the event.