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Findhorn Foundation launches online meditation to connect during COVID-19 crisis

By Lorna Thompson

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THE Findhorn Foundation has launched a free online meditation service.

The Light of Findhorn went live yesterday, Thursday, May 21, on World Meditation Day.

In response to the global and local challenges of COVID-19, the spiritual centre is aiming to create a warm, welcoming online meditation space of "inspiration, connection and wholeness".

A spokesperson said: "We are offering free online spiritual resources to people around the world at this time and are working hard to develop online courses and workshops.

"We have had to suspend our residential workshops and events, which we rely on for 80% of our income, until at least July 17."

The Findhorn Foundation is streaming two half-hour meditations a day from the Park Sanctuary.
The Findhorn Foundation is streaming two half-hour meditations a day from the Park Sanctuary.

The Light of Findhorn service is for the "worldwide community of people who hear the call for a transformed human consciousness and wish to contribute to it through meditation".

It is also designed for people in isolation, for those seeking solace of any kind, and for those who wish to connect more deeply within.

The half-hour meditations are being streamed daily, at 8.30am and 5.30pm, from the Park Sanctuary, which has been used as a meditation space for almost 50 years.

The sessions are being led by a variety of community members who guide them in different ways.

People can access the meditations through the Findhorn Foundation website at www.findhorn.org.

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