Geoff Dalglish is a writer and spiritual and ecological activist dedicated to raising consciousness. He has walked more than 30 000km with climate change messages about treading more lightly and lovingly upon the Earth. He is an ambassador for the Findhorn spiritual community and ecovillage and is Odyssey’s ‘Pilgrim at Large’. To connect with Geoff email geoff.dalglish@gmail.com
GEOFF’S WALKING TIPS

GEOFF’S WALKING TIPS

Here are some guidelines that work for me during everyday meditative walks and multi-day pilgrimages: • Be a pilgrim rather than a tourist, recognising the divine in all around you. • Be a child and experience that childlike sense of awe and wonder. • Appreciate that...

Stop Look Listen!

Stop Look Listen!

All you need is deep within you waiting tounfold and reveal itself. All you have to do isto be still and take time to seek for what iswithin and you will surely find it.Eileen Caddy, Findhorn Foundation co-founder How astonishing it is that a global pandemic has...

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