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WITH VIDEO BELOW: January 2021 will remain an important date in the history of the Findhorn Foundation. It marks the end of a long journey of contraction that started when the pandemic forced us to close to residential guests for now, changing so much of the community life we’ve loved for decades.
The resulting financial crisis forced a heartbreaking process of re-evaluating all the roles that have always supported the holding of guests and kickstarted the formal redundancy process that at times has felt so alien to the way we normally operate.
Caroline Matters, our lead steward:
‘What a time this is, of profound change. More than half our co-worker body left us at the end of January. Many have been here for decades and are woven into the fabric of this community. So January was a sad time of goodbyes, and now a much smaller group of about 50 are starting the process of reimagining the Foundation and how we work to share love, light and wisdom within the world. Our core impulse still shines brightly, and it also goes with the co-workers who are moving on out into the world.
‘We have engaged Touch, a creative agency in Edinburgh that worked on the Edinburgh International Festival, to help us redefine who we are now, and how we share our service to the world. This first week of February we’re holding an internal conference to work on our mission – to pause for some deep inner listening to guide our way through this transition and step into New Beginnings with hope, love, inspiration and purpose.’
The Foundation community held a two-day completion and threshold ritual on 19 and 20 January – sadly on Zoom of course. Here is Sue Miles’s account of this last coming together of the Foundation grouping as we’ve known it for so long.
Sue Miles, co-worker:
‘This was to mark the release of the Foundation as we have known it, as well as the workforce who have been made redundant. It was a touching and deeply significant moment, as I’m sure you can imagine. It has been heartbreaking and shocking for many of the co-workers, but it was clear that we simply could not continue as we were with no income coming in.
‘On the second day we divided into two groups: those continuing on and those leaving. Transformation Game creators Joy Drake and Kathy Tyler (who is also our chair of trustees) each led a group to do a next-steps process in connection with the intention as follows:
Intention: To gain insight and gather resources to support our crossing of the threshold.
‘The next steps were not intended to be cards for any group as a whole, but to support each person’s crossing of the threshold we worked with on Tuesday.
‘For all of us that threshold is one of leaving the Foundation as we have all known it. Some of us will move forward with the Foundation as it goes through its changes, others of us will move forward in myriad directions. In the sharings, some people processed the cards very personally, and others related the cards to the Foundation’s overall process.’
Cards for those moving forward within the Foundation:
Insight: You take the initiative.
Setback: You feel the need to be always proving yourself to others at the expense of taking time to really listen and communicate.
Insight 1: An opportunity to give truthful feedback now to one other player who is born.
Insight 2: You are willing to bear the discomfort involved in shifting perspective.
Cards for those moving forward beyond the Foundation:
Insight: Thank you for demonstrating joyous, conscious human living.
Group Setback: Are we really all one? Your ego receives a minor dent and you react by getting uptight, thereby cutting off the love flow and effective communication.
Group Insight: You are radiant with forgiveness.
These amazing cards, so apt for each group, offer a foundation and support for all our next steps. Right now the co-worker body must come together and redefine who we are and how we can best serve our shared purpose of shining the Foundation’s light into the world.
The New Beginnings internal conference starts this evolution, and we’ll continue to post updates on the process of the Foundation’s new unfolding.
‘Deep gratitude to everyone for their support through this process, and for the heartening wishes of love and care we’ve received from all around the world. The Findhorn Foundation has had such a profound effect on so many people over the last six decades, and we’re very conscious of the responsibility we carry to keep its light shining. We look forward to taking this new journey with you.’
The end of January sees a profound change for the Findhorn Foundation, as we say goodbye to many co-workers whose roles were focused on receiving residential guests who, due to the pandemic, we can no longer hold. To mark this transition, the community held a threshold ritual over two days. Here’s Britta Schmitz’s experience of the ritual:
Halfway through January we – the Findhorn Foundation co-worker body – went through a two-day threshold ritual to mark this point in time where so much change is happening for us individually, as a community and organisation and in the world. A time of letting go of so much that we loved and which defined our lives.
As Eileen said: ‘Life is full and overflowing with the new. But it is necessary to empty out the old to make room for the new to enter.’
In the Original Garden
Much of the old has gone for us here at Findhorn: like in so much of the world due to the pandemic, we have to switch to online events and workshops, since we can’t welcome physical guests. We cannot come together to share, hug and hold hands. And sadly many beloved co-workers are leaving the Findhorn Foundation for now – luckily most of them are staying in the area as part of our community. As it is for most of us all over the planet, life here at Findhorn is very different from before.
And in these times of big changes little miracles happen, that fan the flames of the fire of trust in the divine in my heart.
During our ritual Judy McAllister led us into a meditation crossing the threshold of the ‘new’ to emerge after this time of release. We were invited to bring two candles for this meditation (I actually had written the invitation myself – twice!) and of course I forgot to bring them. I was cycling down the Park when I realised I had forgotten them, but I had a strong feeling that I would find two candles, so I didn’t turn around. I expected to find them in Delphi, the building I did the Zoom call in, but to my surprise couldn’t find any in there. So I released the candles from my thoughts and prepared to go through the meditation without them.
During the meditation, when Judy invited us to step over the threshold into the new, I literally did it by climbing out of a window and went into the beautiful winter wonderland of the icy original garden. I felt really attracted to go into the frost-covered pavilion. I had difficulties opening the door at first, but I persevered and when I finally opened the door I found…. Two beautiful candles and a poem! This deeply touched my heart and showed me the ‘new’ I would like to step into more and more. The simple pleasures of an ordinary life, with many extraordinary moments, that can be found even in the simplest and smallest things.
By William Martin
I feel I already experienced a lot of this over the last months, by having more time to co-create with life: grow a garden, harvest my own fruit and veg, cook jams, make elderflower champagne, swim in the sea, climb mountains, talk to robins, sit by fires… and even just this moment of climbing out of the window of a stuffy room where I was sitting in front of a computer, walking into the crisp beauty of the Original Garden, breathing in freedom and the divine, finding magic in two lit candles, a poem and the peace surrounding me.
In my heart and soul I am so deeply touched by the simplicity of the divine love showing up in my life through connecting deeper to the simple things our ancestors did. My (our?) ancient future?
Thank you William Martin for the wonderful poem and Park Garden for creating such a beautiful space.
Lots of Love and deep Gratitude, Britta