About the University for Spirit Forum

The UfS Forum is part of a world-wide movement towards personal and planetary transformation at a time of major social change and spiritual awakening. It seeks to encourage the emergence of a culture that is based on universal spiritual values and a holistic worldview, and awakened to a new consciousness. We believe that education, both formal and informal, has a pivotal role to play in the emergence of such a new culture.

We are a growing association of organisations and individuals who share a broad and inclusive understanding of the nature of spirituality, and a common aim: to explore, provide and promote spiritual education. Each associate works in different ways within the spiritual dimension of learning. By sharing and working together we hope to encourage each and every contribution, collaborate on new initiatives, and collectively create more vibrant approaches to spirituality in learning.
The long-term vision is the emergence of a true University for Spirit as an alternative educational model based on spiritual educational principles.

UfS Forum Guiding Principles

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Organisation

The UfS Forum is a working name of the Wrekin Trust ( Registered UK Charity No. 262303). Those involved in its organisation include David Lorimer - Executive Vice President, Janice Dolley - co-ordinator (The Wrekin Trust), Carole Atrill (Intra-Intel Educators), William Bloom , Richard Brinton (Hawkwood College), Chris Clarke, Elizabeth Dowse and Vince Dowse (Centre of New Directions), Josie Gregory, Malcolm Hollick (Findhorn Foundation College), Mike King (Centre for Postsecular Studies), Herta Larive, Tessa Maskell (The Emissaries), Andrew McDowell (WYSE), Christine Morgan (The Lucis Trust), Leon Schlamm.

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