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Follow Your Blissters

New podcast series explores mythologist Joseph Campbell’s ‘Hero’s Journey’ template for storytelling as a map for living and transformation Launching with an interview with peace activist Satish Kumar about his legendary 8,000 mile peace walk on Wednesday 26 May, the series also features conversations with US author and psychotherapist Thomas Moore, purpose-led business pioneer Sarah… Continue reading Follow Your Blissters

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Pilgrimage for Peace

New book from veteran peace and environmental activist, Satish Kumar, shares the legendary and perilous quest of his youth – a two-year walk across the world, risking all to bring peace for people and planet Pilgrimage for Peace: The Long Walk from India to Washington will be published by Green Books on 27 May, 2021… Continue reading Pilgrimage for Peace

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Ex-offenders land great jobs in Lockdown – story goes viral

A press story, engineered by Conscious Frontiers, featuring the remarkable turnaround stories of five ex-offenders from London who got jobs or set up thriving businesses during lockdown, has gone viral – now published in over 100 newspapers and news outlets, including Yahoo, MSN, The Northern Echo, Glasgow Evening Times and the Belfast Telegraph. You can… Continue reading Ex-offenders land great jobs in Lockdown – story goes viral

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Hero’s Journey: Follow Your Bliss – Evening Talk

With Will Gethin at the Isbourne Holistic Centre in Cheltenham 30 September, 7pm-9pm In this evening talk, aimed at anyone at a crossroads in their life, faced with a big challenge or looking for guidance with the next step, Will Gethin introduces mythologist Joseph Campbell’s ‘Hero’s Journey’ as a map for living and transformation. He… Continue reading Hero’s Journey: Follow Your Bliss – Evening Talk

Hero’s Journey: Follow Your Bliss – Workshop

With Will Gethin at the Isbourne Holistic Centre, Cheltenham Saturday 2 November, 10am-5pm Is there a next step in life calling you or a desire to explore? This one-day workshop is a chance to move through the stages of The Hero’s Journey, the mythical transformation process described by author Joseph Campbell. The workshop invites you… Continue reading Hero’s Journey: Follow Your Bliss – Workshop

ELEGANT SIMPLICITY

Elegant Simplicity: The Art of Living Well,the newbook from environmental activist and former monk, Satish Kumar, shares an urgent message for our times: we must simplify our lives to create a more sustainable world for all. The book will be published on Thursday 18 April by New Society Publishers, sharing timely guidance for simplifying our… Continue reading ELEGANT SIMPLICITY

Rock n’ roll sound healer Tallulah Rendall hits the road

Songstress and sound therapist, Tallulah Rendall – who uniquely bridges the worlds of rock n’ roll and healing – takes to the road with her band, Wednesday 27 March to Sunday 7 April, to celebrate the launch of her landmark new album The Liminal. The Liminal tour will take in Beaulieu Tree House in the New Forest… Continue reading Rock n’ roll sound healer Tallulah Rendall hits the road

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Spiritual Health – the New Wellbeing Frontier

Professor David Peters MD, Clinical Director at the Centre for Resilience, Westminster University, has expressed his support for Your Spiritual Health Programme. “Grounded in reliable physiology and psychology, the programme is relevant to all those involved in health care,” he says. “It reflects the Royal College of Psychiatrist’s view of spirituality as a universal human quality independent of religion.” 

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Ancient archetypes and enduring myths – resources for stormy times

Talk at Kensington Library – Sarah-Jane Menato & Will Gethin Monday 29 April, 18:30 – 19:45  Greek myths were written at a time of transition, the end of an older world. Their themes of loss, tragedy and conflict seem prescient as well as ancient in our own current, stormy times. In this evening talk at Kensington… Continue reading Ancient archetypes and enduring myths – resources for stormy times