This year  marks the 750th anniversary of Rumi’s death, known as his Nuptial Night, the completion of his life’s journey in love, from love and to love.
At Chisholme this year we have been exploring together the connection between Rumi’s own invitation to transformation through Love and our present global circumstances.
This enquiry began with a conversation over three five-day periods in January, February and March followed by further weekends during June, July and August leading up to the Gathering at Chisholme, September 2–4, under the heading – ‘A field where we can meet.’
It is proposed that this conversation continue on specific weekends for the rest of the year ending with Rumi’s Nuptial Night on Sunday 17 December.
The dates for these can be found below.
We hope that you can come to some or all of these.
To attend and for further details, please email email@example.com
The cost of your stay will be pay-as-you-can.
Read more here about the earlier conversations.
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