The INEH organises various events throughout the year, for both members and non members
INEH(UK) AUTUMN GATHERING 2013
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1st AT THE HAYLOFT, EMSWORTH.
Many of us enjoyed the annual conference in April and now look forward
to meeting up again at the autumn gathering. The theme that we have chosen for this year is “DEATH, THE GREAT ADVENTURE”, which you may recall, is the title of one of the books of compilation of Alice Bailey’s writings. The subject of death seems to be one of the last taboos in our society, and even if we are open to the subject, we need to find ways to talk about it to our families, friends and clients. We hope that this day will help us to do this as well as take us into contemplation about our own deaths.
We hope to consider the esoteric teachings about death and dying as well as some of the many excellent modern observations presented to us in book form. Two of our speakers will tell us of their experience in being with or connecting with a dying person. What sort of funeral would you like ? There are many possibilities for alternative ways to organise this end of life ritual. What about the healing work when someone is dying ? Is there anything that we can do to ease the process ? What is a “good death”?
Much to think about and discuss – so come and join us !
We have four + speakers from among our number, and we will meditate together, discuss our thoughts and observations, and share some healing.
We will meet at The Hayloft, Palmers Road, Emsworth (PO10 7DL) at 10.am for coffee, and complete at about 4.30pm A light lunch will be provided. Cost £10. INEH members, £15. non-members. We need to know the numbers in advance – so bookings by email or phone or post to Dinah Lawson by 24th August to : email@example.com OR 02392-412499
OR The Barn, 4a Whichers Gate Road, Rowlands Castle, PO9 6BB
"A WORKSHOP ON THE IDENTIFICATION OF OUR PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPES USING THE SEVEN RAYS"
With René Fugere on Friday evening 27th September (7pm to 9pm) and on Saturday (10am to 6pm) and Sunday (10am to 5pm) 28/29th Sept. 2013
at The Hayloft, Emsworth.
We are very fortunate that René, one of our Canadian INEH teachers, has agreed to present this workshop for the INEH UK to our UK members. He is a trained psychologist who specialised in Psychosynthesis and the Ancient Wisdom teachings, with particular emphasis on the knowledge of the Seven Rays. He is coming from his home in Montreal where he practices and teaches Esoteric Healing with his wife, Wendy Glaubitz, and will be presenting several workshops and talks in Europe.
Many of the INEH members are aware of their ray make-up, but this workshop will help to confirm and clarify our assessments as well as assist those who have as yet to discover all of their rays. René states: “We will begin the work by studying our physical vehicle. To discern its psychological type, we will use a grid based on the observation of the main strengths, weaknesses, characteristics, and behaviours displayed by the different types of bodies. The first part of the work will be done in pairs. Then the emotional and metal bodies and the personality will be studied using the same procedure. For the identification of the Higher Self, which can be more difficult to perceive, we will proceed through a close observation of the deep objectives we have been pursuing during the course of our lives. After each participant has made an initial assessment of his ray types, the facilitator (René) will use a questioning process to work one-by-one with each participant in the presence of the entire group ................ As always with the identification of the rays, we can best arrive at the knowledge of our ray make-up through our own observations and inner experience.” (and with René’s help)
The cost of the weekend (non-residential) will be £120 to include a light lunch and refreshments. The number is limited to 14 and to INEH members only.
To book: contact Dinah Lawson at The Hayloft, Palmers Road, Emsworth, Hampshire, PO10 7DL with a deposit of £40 (cheques payable to The Hayloft)
This deposit is non-returnable, except in exceptional circumstances.
Any queries contact Dinah on 02392-412499 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Support and Practice Afternoon
Monthly at The Hayloft in Emsworth in Hampshire. The third Friday of each month at 2pm. For more information, contact Dinah.Lawson
INEH Annual Conference 2014
April 2014, Willersely Castle Hotel, Nr Matlock, Derbyshire. contact Jacqui Melbourn Information pack for 2014
WILLERSELY CASTLE is a 200 year old Grade II listed building, commissioned by the great industrialist Sir Richard Arkwright. It occupies a magnificent position on the edge of the Peak District, overlooking the River Derwent. Designed in the Georgian style, Willersley Castle stands in 60 acres of grounds ranging from meadows to limestone crags, on the outskirts of Cromford, just south of the spa town of Matlock Bath. It makes an ideal base for exploring the beautiful Derbyshire Dales and the Peak District National Park. With its dramatic gritstone edges and vibrant limestone valleys, Derbyshire is a walkers’ and climbers’ paradise, full of geological gems like the show-caverns at Castleton and the imposing cliffs of Matlock Bath.
The area is steeped in history, from the grandeur of Chatsworth House to the elegance of the spa town of Buxton and the rich industrial heritage of Wirksworth, Cromford, and the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.
Healing Drop In
The Hayloft,Emsworth in Hampshire. Every Tuesday afternoon, 2-3.30pm. For more information, contact Sheila Robey
TEACHERS GROUP CONFERENCE, October 2015. Willersley Castle, Derbyshire, England. For more information, contact Sheila Robey