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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Moore visits Findhorn for Love, Magic, Miracles

Scotland's Findhorn Foundation marks its 50th anniversary this year by hosting the conference Love, Magic, Miracles to "explore and celebrate the spiritual truth that love is the greatest power on earth." Thomas Moore makes his first visit to Findhorn for this conference, 29 September - 5 October 2012. According to the Foundation:
"The conference will explore how magic flows from love, and how synchronicity and manifestation occur when our will is aligned with divine will. Magic will be explored as that certain something we feel in the presence of beauty and mystery, when a moment is so special that we feel its power. 
We are in a period of unprecedented global change, when there is much that is seemingly despairing, unloving, grotesque and unacceptable in the world. By focusing on Love, Magic and Miracles, the energies birthed and sent out will serve the world. 
The conference description for Moore includes, "He considers himself a new brand of theologian, drawing from many traditions as well as secular literature and arts. He is known around the world for his efforts to promote and deepen spirituality and make a more soulful society."

The Findhorn Foundation is self-described as "a spiritual community, ecovillage and an international centre for holistic learning, helping to unfold a new human consciousness and create a positive and sustainable future."

Registration for Love, Magic, Miracles is available online with income-related pricing: £595, £695 or £795. Cost includes 7 nights accommodation and all meals.

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