Let us all be thank-filled for the Winter Solstice and the Return of the Light
Friday 21st December
I wish you well as we journey into 2019.
Our world is changing, and we are changing with it
It is time for us to understand that we are Holons.
When we take personal responsibility for ourselves,
the whole of humanity benefits.
I see this as our sacred task.
Each of us replicates the Whole and yet has a certain wholeness within ourselves
—but we are never entirely whole apart from connection with the larger Whole.
Holons create a very fine language for what I call the mystery of participation,
for understanding how holiness transmits and how God’s life is an utterly shared phenomenon.
If you try to be “holy” alone, you are not holy at all.
BATH FILM FESTIVAL
Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds
THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT
11th November, 2019
The trailer is here: https://alovethatneverdiesfilm.com/#trailer
And press coverage here: https://thegoodgriefproject.co.uk/about/press/
Jimmy Edmonds is a BAFTA award winning documentary maker and his wife Jane a psychotherapist and their skills in film making and telling their story (and the stories of others) are quite incredible.
The film will soon be available online via Amazon but I highly recommend people coming to the Q&A to join the bigger conversation about grief and loss.
A Film & Documentary
by MetaMedia & Lt Film
The evening will begin with the premiere of a short film, ‘A Grave Matter’. The film deals with the sensitive subject of death and ‘what happens when you die?’ The film will be followed by a short documentary featuring interviews with experts in the field of death and dying and members of the public talking about their own experiences.
After the screening, there will be a Q&A session with world leading author on Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) Dr Penny Sartori and Sue Brayne, author of The D-Word: Talking about Dying, and facilitator of Pop-up Death Cafes.
DATE AND TIME
Fri 2 November 2018
19:00 – 21:30 GMT
Widcombe Social Club
£5.98 – £8.14 (Please note that MetaMedia won’t be able to take card payments for tickets on the night so please bring cash or purchase your tickets by emailing email@example.com) No Refunds
Recommend using Southgate Car Park if you are driving. From here, walk across the road to the train station and under the archway to the back. Cross over the river via the footbridge and cross the road up on to widcombe high street. At the end of the street you will see the social club at the bottom of Widcombe Hill. The entrance is just up the hill on the left.
There will be a bar open for refreshments where card payments are accepted.