Why Forgive? Does understanding forgiveness depend on how we see ourselves as human beings?
Saturday and Sunday at 1.30pm
Camilla Carr’s exploration of forgiveness began after she was held captive with Jon James in Chechnya for nearly 15 months in 1997-8. Forgiveness was not a word they used in captivity but the way they survived was of a forgiving nature. After they were released they got involved with The Forgiveness Project that uses the real stories of victims and perpetrators to explore concepts of forgiveness, and to encourage people to consider alternatives to resentment, retaliation and revenge.
Beyond BELIEF, Beliefs you will have to kill before they kill you!
Saturday at 11.30am and Sunday 4.30pm
Mike George is a best selling author, coach and international speaker, whose entertains while he enlightens, leaving his audience with breakthrough insights. His books include ‘Relax’, ‘The 7 Aha’s of Highly Enlightened People’, ‘1001 meditations’, ‘Don’t Get Mad Get Wise’ & ‘Mindsets’.
Science of Re-incarnation – Recent research and what it tell us about our lives today
Sunday at 3pm
Panacea…A Universal Remedy. Could there actually be a simple answer to complicated world problems?
Monday at 3pm
Dr Prashant Kakoday lectures around the world on consciousness and holistic principles of life and health – sharing remarkable insights with his signature wit and wisdom. As well as a specialist in ENT surgery, founder of the Centre for Integral Health he also runs the award winning ‘Inner Space’ meditation and personal development centre in Cambridge.
The Road Least Travelled, the place where knowledge becomes lived wisdom
Saturday at 1pm
Lucinda Drayton is a qualified counsellor and runs a private practice as well as fa-cilitating groups and workshops worldwide encouraging people to grow through music, creativity and spirituality. She is a gifted singer songwriter and after a pop career that included writing a no 1 hit In 1994, Lucinda went on a deep spiritual journey, learning the art of meditation and spiritual practice that has hugely influ-enced her life trajectory.
How not to get Affected. Is it hard to be unaffected when others hurt your feelings?
Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm
Denise Lawrence is an international lecturer, film maker and innovative thinker who combines a dry sense of humour with searing insights on how we can lead our lives in more ethical and conscious ways.
Creating good karmic energy: the question is not, WHAT SHALL I DO, but, HOW SHALL I BE?
Monday at 1pm
Strengthening Personal Resilience: How to make a real difference in a chaotic world!
Saturday at 12.30pm
Maureen Goodman: International speaker, mentor and workshop leader- Maureen brings a great mix of humour and humanity to her seminars, having spent many years working with different communities and honouring their unique contribution.
Love is (Almost) All we Need. The Big Question: Where do We Find It?
Saturday at 12pm
The energy of Silence – Charging the Battery of My Wellbeing
Sunday at 2.00pm
Neville Hodgkinson is a writer, journalist and meditator who brings together some of the of the most exciting discoveries from the frontiers of brain science, showing how we can rewire our thinking to be happier and more open human beings.
The Relationship Game
Monday at 1.30pm
Thought recycling – save your world!
Saturday at 3.30pm
Natalie Steel has had a varied career including working in television, as a Social Worker, travelling widely and more recently coordinating a vibrant meditation centre in the heart of Loughborough. Her passion lies in sustaining people on their spiritual journey and she is adept at translating high level spiritual ideas into simple methods that anyone can use to improve their lives.
World in Transition – A paradigm shift in politics and technology
Saturday 2pm & Monday 11am
Joachim Golo Pilz is Director, Solar Research Institute, World Renewal Trust, Rajasthan, India. “We have forgotten the common good. The technology for renewable energy is there, but the human will and motivation is missing.
Unlock the Mystery – how to create thought patterns for a beautiful life
Aruna Ladva is an author, blogger and meditation teacher based in the Middle East. Aruna has helped to establish meditation centres in Vancouver, Istanbul, Bahrain and Kuwait.
The Quest for Beauty – creativity that makes the spirit soar
Sunday 1pm and Monday 2.30pm
Ginger Gilmour is an American sculptor, author and recipient of the the British Red Cross ‘Services to Humanity’ award. Her book, ‘Memoirs of the Bright Side of The Moon’ charts her creative and spiritual awakening during the early years of Pink Floyd while married to guitarist David Gilmour.
Rejection – the one wound that needs to be healed
Sunday and Monday at 12pm
Anthony Phelips is a wildly entertaining international speaker who has spent a lifetime working with innovative ideas in the corporate and charity sectors. His out of the box approach shows how we can use the highest spiritual principles to lead our lives in more fulfilling ways.
Sunday at 12.30pm
Liz Edmunds founded ‘Just this Day’ in 1982, an annual international day of Peace, with events around the globe – the day aims to encourage personal and political ceasefires and bring everyone together in celebrations of peace. Liz is also a community activist, a lifelong meditator and extraordinary Grandma blogger.
Give Peace a Chance! – From Vision to Pragmatism: BE, DO, INSPIRE Peace
Monday at 2pm
Julia Häusermann MBE, Founder of Rights and Humanity, has traveled the world for 35 years influencing global policy and practice to realise human rights and spiritual values. She is an inspirational speaker who demonstrates how peace is possible and what each of us can do in our daily lives.
Sleep Easy, Sleep Well: How to make the most of your sleep
Saturday 3pm and Sunday 3.30pm
Margaret Barron is a Personal Development Trainer based in London. Her workshops are remarkable for their ability to unlock creativity and provide startling insights into our untapped potential.
Benevolence – could this be the key to everything you have been looking for?
Saturday at 4pm
Jim Ryan is a poet, author, trainer and educationalist. He is an international speaker who challenges his audience to see the world differently and uses a blend of humour, ancient wisdom and his personal experiences to shift our perceptions.
The game of Give ‘n Take – Learn to become a giver rather than a taker
Awakening Sleeping Beauty – Learning how to awaken the beauty within
Neil Jordan, is an entrepreneur and Life Coach, whose talks have a spellbinding authenticity. His insights are spoken in a language we can all understand and will leave you amused, up beat and more than a little inspired.
The Free Zone – take a leap Beyond your Comfort Zone
Saturday 11am and Monday 12.30pm
Vasanti Patel develops projects that bring together creative people from around the world. She has a ‘can do’ approach that has taken her into uncharted waters both personally and professionally and shares candid insights from her journey of growth.
Genius of the Heart
Gayatri Naraine, author of ‘Something Beyond Greatness’ with Judy Rodgers, international speaker and Brahma Kumaris representative to the UN in New York. Gayatri’s mission in life is to show how ancient spiritual principles can help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.
The Power Principle – wisdom of the higher self
Matthew Earl began teaching self development to pass on insights and techniques that he used to transform his own life. As a lecturer and seminar leader, he now widely shares his insights to help others take their lives to a whole new level.