There is only One Existence, therefore the unfolding of the destiny of the world as a global entity, and the individual destiny, is indissolubly interrelated. Bulent Rauf (1911–1987)
Chisholme offers an education for those who are convinced of our potential as human beings for goodness and positive effect on this earth, and who wish to be of service to it, to love and to learn.
Chisholme is located on a beautiful 187-acre estate in the rolling hills of the Scottish Borders. It offers both the context and the support for retreat and self-discovery.
Visitors are welcome, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your visit. The paths and woodland areas of the Estate are now open to walkers.
Wed 21st September 2022
Sun 1st January 2023 10:45
The Autumn and Winter programme at Chisholme is currently being developed.
In the meantime you are most welcome to come and visit.
Ludi How, who died earlier this year, was the person who in 1973 'found' Chisholme House, at that time a derelict manor house standing abandoned on the moorland near Hawick.
She was a bright light to many...