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There are many centres and colleges and online programmes that provide opportunities for spiritual education and training.
Here are just a few as an example!

Findhorn Foundation (Scotland)

'A dynamic experiment where everyday life is guided by the inner voice of spirit, where we work in co-creation with the intelligence of nature and take inspired action towards our vision of a better world. We share our learning and way of life in experiential workshops, conferences and events that take place within a thriving community and ecovillage'.


Embercombe (Devon)

Located in a fifty-acre valley on the edge of Dartmoor. Its purpose is to be a powerful and innovative catalyst for the emergence of leaders and change agents who will take courageous action for a just, peaceful, and sustainable world. Inspired by powerful indigenous teachings, deep nature connection practices and cutting-edge psychological and coaching models, their programmes seek to reconnect you to your deepest longings, to equip you to walk your path with strength and determination, and to ignite the fire of passion, confidence and authenticity within you. They seek to empower you to follow the twin path of inner healing and spiritual deepening, and of outer action to change the world.


Schumacher College (Devon)

It attracts students from all over the world and of all ages and backgrounds, drawn by its reputation for cutting-edge learning relating to ecology and sustainability. The focus is on interactive and experiential education to develop the practical skills and strategic thinking required to tackle many of challenges of the 21st Century. Students work in small groups that embrace the learning principles of head, hand, heart. This takes place in the classroom, the gardens and the kitchen.


St Ethelburgas Centre for Reconcilitation and Peace (City of London)

Faith and spiritual traditions are a powerful force for wisdom, compassion and inspiration. Their Sacred Activists, Spiritual Ecology and People of the Earth programmes all support individuals to explore how faith can mobilise them to take action for a more inclusive, peaceful and sustainable world. Interfaith dialogue and relationship building is a long-standing strand of their work, and they continue to build important bridges between faiths. They also work within specific faith communities, offering bespoke trainings on conflict transformation and community building.


College of Psychic Studies (South Kensington, London)

Founded in 1884 by a group of eminent scholars and scientists. Its purpose was to facilitate formal investigation into the psychic and mediumistic phenomena that were such a topic of debate in the Victorian era. With great courage, this group of distinguished people, some notable in science, others from within the ranks of the Anglican clergy, defied the prevailing canons of respectability in order to proclaim to a world of increasing materialism that human personality survives bodily death and that this is capable of demonstration. They run a huge number of courses.


Oxford Mindfulness Centre 

Offering courses and undertaking research.


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