Findhorn is a coastal town in the north of Scotland. Findhorn is also a field of transformation as experienced by the approximately 650 people living in the Findhorn Foundation, Community & Ecovillage live and work. “When I first came here in 1998, it was like stepping into the outer manifestation of my inner world,” says Lisette Schuitemaker, who has been on the board of the Findhorn Foundation since 2002 and has served as chairperson since 2014.
She has immersed herself in the connected way of life in Findhorn which is based on three practices:
– Inner listening, that is, listening to the soft voice behind the cackling of the different parts of our personality.
What really wants to happen through me? What is the greater will that is part of the one that wants to express itself through me?
– Co-creating with the intelligences of nature, in other words being aware that we do not only live on this planet, in this cosmos.
That everything is alive and therefore a being with a name, properties and a role in the whole. That we can contact from pure intention
understanding and cooperating with devas, angels and other subtle entities.
– Work is love in action, i.e. every task is worth showing your full love. Vacuuming, working in the garden, emailing or participating in
an evening like this – you can always consciously start the cycle of love by giving to the work and have the work given back
up to you – usually exactly what you need.
In this salon we briefly walk through the SDi Spiral. Then Lisette takes us into the connected way of life as it has been developed and practiced in Findhorn since 1962. She will briefly give some context, but above all we will work with angels, with inner listening and with work as love in action. She also has a question – if we look at the Findhorn Foundation through SDi's glasses, what do we see? Which value systems seem well represented based on what she says and what you experience on this evening at 'Findhorn', and which seem underexposed? This is a valuable reflection for her and, as she expects, a valuable exercise for those present.
Lisette Schuitemaker has been actively involved in the CHE from the start and still fulfills the role of chairman of the Center for Human Emergence (NL) foundation. Previously, she was an entrepreneur in communications, obtained a BSc in Brennan Healing Science and had a healing/coaching practice. In recent years she has written three books, two of which are also in English. Here one recent interview with her in which she also talks about Findhorn.
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Lisette Schuitemaker, Wendela Schenk and Diana de Groot
Monday 13 June 2016 from 19:00 to 21:30
Venwoude – Vuurse Steeg 1, 3749 AN Lage-Vuursche