The Great Rethinking
29 Jun 2005
Positive News is pleased to be one of the sponsors of the 2nd Great Rethinking Conference in Oxford this September.
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Issue 40 — Summer 2004
The Great Rethinking
Positive News is pleased to be one of the sponsors of the 2nd Great Rethinking Conference in Oxford this September
Photo © Findhorn Bay Holiday Park
Some of the world’s legendary spiritual, scientific and social activists, including Vandana Shiva, Ervin Laszlo, Peter Russell, Rupert Sheldrake and Rabbi Michael Lerner will be contributing their unique vision with the power to speak to the modern world’s need for meaning.
The Conferences have been bringing leading visionaries together with global audiences since 1997 in beautiful and spiritually powerful places to rethink and reshape our collective future.
This year’s conference, at the famous Oxford Union, builds on last year’s event when Pir Vilayat Khan, the Head of the Sufi International Order told us: ‘The universe is evolving towards an even greater destiny, and we are the means of this global transformation.’ Peter Russell spoke ‘of a revolution in scientific thinking that will transform the world.’
Conference visitors, their families and holidaymakers can now stay at Findhorn’s new eco-friendly holiday chalets, which have beautiful views over-looking the Bay. Architect, Simon Richards, designed the chalets as part of the Findhorn Bay Holiday Park, to allow for the most efficient use of natural materials with minimum waste. ‘We’ve brought sound eco-principles to insulation and space avoiding toxic materials.’ Both chalets benefit from passive solar heating, sewage is processed by the Living Machine’ natural waste-water treatment system and power comes from their wind farm.
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