Follow Your Bliss….or follow your blisters?

Joseph Campbell was a mythologist and deep life explorer most famous for ‘The Hero’s Journey’ – his mythical template for storytelling which has been applied to numerous films, from Star Wars to The Matrix. Campbell also taught how The Hero’s Journey – as a powerful map for transformation – can be usefully applied to our own lives.

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Resurgence builds for the Future

Leading thinkers, writers and environmentalists are calling for support for Resurgence – the spiritual and artistic flagship of the green movement – to secure a new home to safeguard and expand its work for people and planet Having recently celebrated 50 years as the UK’s beacon for environmental and spiritual wellbeing, social justice and the… Continue reading Resurgence builds for the Future

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Dance of Venus

Featuring a series of fascinating talks and experiential mini-workshop sessions, Sunday’s event will bring a rare synthesis of astrology, sacred geometry, astronomy and aesthetics, blended with music, gongs and dance. The day ceremoniously rounds off dancing the Dance of Venus!

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Spirituality moves into the mainstream

The first nationally accredited course extolling the health benefits of spirituality will launch at Alternatives (London) and Findhorn College (Scotland) in the autumn ‘Spirituality’ and ‘spiritual but not religious’ have become widely used terms to describe a widespread, global cultural shift, yet they are sometimes described as ‘whacky’ and ‘unsubstantiated’, with claims that they have no tradition… Continue reading Spirituality moves into the mainstream

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Resurgence brings art of gentle protest to festival season!

The ideas, ethos and spirit of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine will spring to life again at the annual Resurgence Summer Camp from Friday 30 June to Sunday 2 July, when it returns to the beautiful Green and Away tented eco village, near Malvern, in rural Worcestershire. Having taken a break in 2016 to make space… Continue reading Resurgence brings art of gentle protest to festival season!

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Meditate for Happiness

“Lasting contentment comes from finding peace and calm within ourselves, and meditation is a great tool for helping achieve that.”

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Meditation lands on London map

  Meditate Now, the UK’s first websearch facility for meditation and mindfulness classes, launches today, Wednesday 15th March, with a mission to make meditation more accessible for the digital generation. The innovative Meditate Now website is your one-stop guide to all the meditation-related events happening around London. Each event comes with a TripAdvisor-style review so you… Continue reading Meditation lands on London map

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The Heart of Purpose

An innovative Heart of Purpose workshop on Wednesday 26th April at St Ethelburga’s Centre in the City of London (EC2), facilitated by leading purpose catalysts Edward Rowland and Sarah Rozenthuler from The Whole Partnership, explores how purpose can be effectively activated in organisations applying the powerful lens of Systemic Coaching and Constellations. By creating maps… Continue reading The Heart of Purpose

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Peter Owen-Jones brings the South Downs to BBC4

BBC4 brings Conscious Frontiers speaker and intrepid vicar Peter Owen-Jones back to the TV screens for ‘South Downs: England’s Mountain’s Green’ on Tuesday 21st February (9pm), taking us into the heart of the UK’s newest national park – the South Downs. Following the South Downs Way along the spine of the park, from the famous Seven… Continue reading Peter Owen-Jones brings the South Downs to BBC4

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Sixties Songs that Changed the World

The 300th issue of Resurgence (Jan/Feb), aptly coincides with the London V&A Museum’s current “You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970” exhibition, and to commemorate this the staff at Resurgence & Ecologist have compiled their “Top 20 Songs that Changed the World” from this turbulent era, available on the magazine’s website, www.resurgence.org/revolution.

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