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Festival of Spirit

Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 9:24 am
by Abel Holzing
Festival of Spirit, organised by the SES (

Re: Festival of Spirit

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:27 pm
by stiltrubld

Re: Festival of Spirit

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 9:46 pm
by stiltrubld
As well the Celebratory Evening event, the Festival is an opportunity to participate in a rich and varied programme of events, consisting of:

• residential programmes for young professionals, Care of Nations (Economics and Law), Dance, Sanskrit, Music, Renaissance and Meditation
• a series of evening concerts and lectures
• daytime events at Mandeville Place – single sessions and mini-courses
• visits to Waterperry, St James and London venues

Interesting to note that economics (& law) is subsumed under 'Care of Nations' for this event. I wonder what that means?

Re: Festival of Spirit

Posted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 5:21 am
by Tootsie
Forget Copenhagen,SES saves the world!

Re: Festival of Spirit

Posted: Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:27 pm
by woodgreen
Abel - you highlighted this ages ago and tonight was their big bash at Drury Lane. Short of it making the entertainment review in the Times tomorrow,anyone any news on the Festival?
Here's mine:
"Huge success" say the SES.
"Waste of time and free labour" say the SES Forums.
"Overshadowed by the Pope's Visit, the Labour Leadership election, and the failure of Arsenal and Man U to capitalise on City's defeat of Chelsea" say Sky News SportsTimesAre Hard.

LOL and take care.



Re: Festival of Spirit

Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:44 am
by woodgreen
Seems a while ago that this topic was posted - any feedback? I e-mailed the C of E about them letting this event happen, but in the end they could not stop it. In my peril I even e-mailed the Rev. Rob ( who was attending) .He more or less told me to F off. ( He is another PR man who does not care about anything apart from himself and his business.) So Sinclair has his friends in the PR/Business and the C of E ,and through Blair into the Labour Party. That is apart from the faith connections. I posted what the Blair Foundation said about Sinclair's appointment ( did I ? it's late) - the essence was " different matter to his politics". Not happy that Blair leaves his Faith Foundation in the hands of Sinclair just because he needed a money boy to do his accounts. xx woodgreen.