Events and Useful Links

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Events and Useful Links

The INEH organises various events throughout the year, for both members and non members


PAST EVENTS>>>>>>


DEEPENING PRACTICE DAY "The Significance of the Heart" Saturday 5th March 2016 at the Hayloft, Hampshire 10 - 5pm Bring lunch to share. For more information contact Dinah Lawson or by phone 02392-41249


INEH UK Conference 2016 THE WEB OF LIFE - Friday 22nd April - Sunday 24th April Sidholme Hotel, Sidmouth, Devon. For more information, contact Jacqui Melbourn


DEEPENING OUR PRACTICE DAY SATURDAY 28TH MAY 2016

The next meeting is planned for Saturday 28th May 10am to 5pm at The Hayloft. Bring something to share for lunch. Fee for the day £20.

How do we look at things ? What do we see ? The theme will be: “A day about glamour and illusion and sight.”

Please will you let me know if it is your intention to come so that I can print out the correct number of supporting papers. I need to know by 24th May. Please reply to me direct (and NOT to inehteachers) at dinah.lawson@btinternet.com


'REFRESHER GATHERING' Sunday 3rd July 2016 3.00 - 7.00 In Chorleywood, Hertfordshire. For students who have completed Course 4 For more information contact Helen Frankland 01923 28283


DEEPENING OUR PRACTICE DAY SATURDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER 2016

The next meeting is planned for Saturday 3rd September 10am to 5pm at The Hayloft, Hampshire Bring something to share for lunch. Fee for the day £20. "A day about teaching & leading meditation" Even if you don't think that you will ever wish to do either, this day may help us to clarify our ideas to explain the importance of meditation to others who may ask us once they know that we meditate. A common question I get asked is: "what is the difference between mindfullness & meditation?"

Booking essential by 27th August. Direct to dinah.lawson@btinternet.com or phone 02392 412499


INEH (uk) AUTUMN GATHERING 2016 - Sunday 18th September at The Hayloft (Palmers Road, Emsworth, PO10 7DL) and the subject is to be "WHAT DO WE MEAN BY SPIRITUALITY?"


We will have several speakers from among our members and we hope to generate an interesting discussion.

We will meet at The Hayloft 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 to Dinah Lawson by 12th September to : dinah.lawson@btinternet.com or phone 02392-412499


'FORTHCOMING EVENTS >>>>>>>>>>


DEEPENING PRACTICE DAY 3rd DECEMBER '2016

The next meeting is planned for Saturday 3rd December 10am to 5pm at The Hayloft, Hampshire "Deeper Into the Limbic System" Bring something to share for lunch. Fee for the day £20

Booking essential Direct to dinah.lawson@btinternet.com or phone 02392 412499


INEH UK CONFERENCE 2017 Friday, 7 April – Sunday 9 April 2017 Willersley Castle, Derbyshire.'

“TRUST IN GOD BUT TIE UP YOUR CAMEL” Rumi

Discovering what helps us learn to trust


This is for UK Members as usual, and any non-UK residents who have completed Parts 1-4 of the INEH Training


Willersley 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. The cost for the weekend is £160 per person, you can choose from single or shared rooms (all rooms are en suite). The rooms will be allocated on a strictly first come, first served basis and the number of single rooms is limited.

There may be room for non-participating partners to join you – in which case you should request a double room and liaise with Jacqui regarding availability and booking. All charges for those not participating in the Conference will be added to the members’ conference booking fee and paid to the INEH.

Also liaise with Jacqui if you wish to stay over Thursday night B & B or Sunday night B & B at a discounted price.

For further information and booking form :- Jacqui Melbourn 01243 783411 or jacquimelbourn@tiscali.co.uk




HEALING DROP IN

The Hayloft, Emsworth in Hampshire. Every Tuesday afternoon, 2-3.30pm. For more information, contact Sheila Robey

Useful links

International Network of Energy Healing groups around the world

Other organisations which may be of interest

  • The Lucis Trust runs the Arcane School, founded by Alice Bailey, and publishes Bailey’s books.
  • The Hamlin Trust is another organisation that promotes spiritual education. It publishes a journal and runs events and courses from its centre in Bosham, West Sussex.
  • William Meader is an author and renowned international teacher of spiritual philosophy, including the work of Bailey.
  • Alan Hopking is an herbalist and author on Esoteric Healing, books based on the teachings of the Tibetan & Alice Bailey.
  • The Hayloft is a centre for healing and meditation based in Hampshire, and is a popular location for Energy Healing and meditation courses.
  • The Scientific and Medical Network promotes research and sharing of knowledge with the aim of exploring and expanding the frontiers of science, medicine and spirituality.
  • Caduceus is an independent journal and website for the community of healers, seekers and world workers.
  • Resurgence is a magazine that covers spiritual, environmental and social issues including ecology, alternative education, sacred art, the economics of wellbeing and sustainability.
  • Green Spirit is a network of people who celebrate the human spirit in the context of our place in the natural world and Earth's own evolutionary journey.