In the beginning of April, we have welcomed the first group of postgraduate participants from Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh for a three-week residential study course in Findhorn.
The cooperation between Findhorn College and the MSc in Sustainable Community Design offered by Heriot-Watt is a unique opportunity to study and experience applied ecology and eco-village design. The participants are also getting their hands on various aspects of community life.
The Findhorn Community Semester participants have recently returned from a week-long stay on the beautiful Isle of Erraid, where they have taken part in life of the local community and learned about sustainability issues in a very particular setting. The Erraid trip has marked a half-way in their learning journey and reminded all of us how quickly the time flies.
We are preparing for the Co-Creative Healing Course - an Advanced Training for those in Healing Professions, starting this August. The 6-module training is an ongoing professional development that is aimed at therapists, counselors, body workers, energy healers and others already familiar with self-enquiry. The training consists of six week-long modules, spread out over the year, with a two-week beginning in August and a completion week in May the following year. The training provides a learning room to deepen your own healing process, expand on your skill-base, and your ability to work with others.
In preparation for Co-Creative Healing, the facilitators Maria Olsthoorn and Javier Rodriguez are already running an inspiring weekly Healing Group here in Findhorn. They enjoy working with the participants of the weekly group and would like to invite everyone interested for the course in August.