These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
This talk will consider the modern history of the Enneagram from its emergence in pre-revolution Russia onwards; and will speculate on its more remote history as one of the legendary “seals” that were reserved for initiates in those ancient times
In his talk, Ben will explore how we use our minds and bodies to structure reality. Learn the NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) techniques that will free you from your old beliefs, rationalisations, excuses and blame.
PRC Talk ‘The Life & Magic of Dion Fortune – Dion Fortune and the Magical Battle for Britain’ with Ian Rees
In this final session of the series Ian will contemplate Dion Fortune’s inner work during the Second World War years and will bring together the previous themes as we see how she essentialised all her previous work in a powerful series of meditations on Glastonbury Tor and the collective consciousness of Britain.
Handlebards mix protecting the environment with outdoor theatre by cycling from venue to venue on their Shakespearen tours.
Annual agricultural show close to Glastonbury with events, entertainment and education for all the family. New for this year includes an international sheep shearing competition, British Cheese Awards, British Cider Championships and a celebration of all things equine!
Ian will be using his experience as Senior Enforcement Officer for the Environment Agency dealing with criminal activities relating to Toxic and Clinical waste, telling us some truths of the disposal of these highly dangerous Chemicals and Drugs.
The second in the Sacred Space & the New Magic series from Sig. Glastonbury is a land of mythtory – half history/half myth, all truth/all lies – you make up your own mind.
More info soon… Thursday 22nd May Glastonbury Town Hall Doors open 7pm. Talk begins promptly at 7.30pm £6.00
Paul will look at how Napoleon Hill, grandfather of the Self Help movement, compiled his huge corpus of work and expound on why it is still worth investigating, however quaint and out of date some of its external forms might appear to be
Come for a journey with Sig through pre modern Sweden from the Neolithic through the Vikings to the beginning of the 20th century.