Wessex Research Group Network - Gatekeeper Trust


Title The Gatekeeper Trust
Venue 14 Upper Close, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH18 5DX
Contact  
Tel 0300 123 7723
Email secretary@gatekeeper.org.uk
Web gatekeeper.org.uk
Schedule  
Info

The Gatekeeper Trust is devoted to personal and planetary healing through pilgrimage. It seeks to rediscover the ancient art of pilgrimage as a way of journeying with an awareness of the sacred nature of our environment. It researches both ancient and modern knowledge about the landscape and shares it through an annual programme of journeys and workshops

Events  
   
   
   
23-11-19

Annual Conference

Pewsey Group Event:
   
   
29-08-18

Building the Light Body

Iona Facilitators: Peter and Sarah Dawkins
 

As we cross the threshold from one Great Age to another, we live in a time of immense creativity as well as destruction. This gives each of us a very great opportunity to build our light-bodies our chariots of fire as they are called in biblical-cabbalistic symbolism.

Iona is a perfect place in which to learn about, train ourselves in and develop our light bodies. The island is a stunning example of sacred landscape in which the angels heal, inspire and teach. It is a place of inspiration and revelation, where the veil between heaven and earth is very thin and the presence of the masters and angels can be more easily felt and experienced. Its Celtic name, Ioua, is a name of God as the Holy Spirit of Love. Traditionally symbolised by the Dove, this Name or spiritual vibration has a form, and this energy form is imprinted on the island in various ways, one of them being a rose, symbol of the pure, beautiful and intelligent heart

   
05-04-19

Pilgrims Weekend

  Group Event:
   
   
21-12-18

Winter Solstice Celebration

Thorpeness Suffolk Group Event:
  Friday 21st December Sunrise on Thorpeness Beach,Suffolk Followed by a Bonefire in 8 Acre Wood, Rendham. Meeting at 7.30 am In front of Thorpeness Country Club
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

© 2007 Wessex Research Group Network. Site design by Skyshot.
CSS Template design by gorotron.