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The Haven.

By M. Ali Rashid and E. Wardle

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NoThe programmes follow the experiences of people living in or visiting the community. They range from a school leaver who feels she is learning more at Findhorn than she would at university to an Indian guru who offers himself as the community's new leader and wants to build a temple in the garden. A poignant backdrop to the series is the growing frailty of one of Findhorn┬┐s founders, 87-year-old Eileen Caddy, and the preparations, both practical and psychological, that community members are making for her death

Topics: Findhorn Community, Spiritual and Holistic Centre, Eco- village, Channel 4 programme
Publisher: Channel 4
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:bradscholars.brad.ac.uk:10454/3678
Provided by: Bradford Scholars
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