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In the Library at the Westminster Quaker Meeting House · 8 Hop Gardens, Off St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4EH

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The London Lodge has taken an early Spring recess while the whole country deals with the virus outbreak. We shall announce our reopening as soon as we can, but in the mean time have various plans in the process of activation for the community in and around London to stay linked. If you would like to be part of this virtual community, or if you wish to go on our lists for emailed news to be sent to you about events, please email generalinfo@whiteaglelondon.org. We regret that in the mean time there will be no one at the Hop Gardens address to receive mail or enquiries in person. You can continue to use our phone number, which is 07426 961393.
 

'The Masters' - Retreat day for Brothers

Category
London Activities
Date
16 May 2020
Venue
Fry Room, Westminster Quaker Meeting House, 8, Hop Gardens, off St Martin’s Lane, WC2N 4EH - St Martin's Ln, London, UK
Telephone
07426 961393
Email
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We shall meet to explore the subject of the Masters with some attention to the individual identities we are told about, while recognising that individuality is a somewhat earthly concept!

Somewhere, a picture will emerge of what mastery might involve, so that we can emulate those who have gone before.

Please bring a packed vegetarian lunch or eat out; refreshments are provided. Suggested donation £12.

 
 

All Dates

  • 16 May 2020

Thoughts that Came Back to Me

Colum writes: One of the activities around which our work in the new London Lodge is built is a mid-afternoon discussion each Thursday. This has had different themes and taken different forms, but we are currently discovering that there is nothing more stimulating than slowly working through the very first White Eagle Inner Teachings ever given. ‘The very first’ actually date from 1936, the year the Lodge first opened, and sitting in a circle taking them one paragraph at a time they come alive for us in an extraordinary way. The effect is of enhancing our brotherhood work: we feel as though we are a group of equals, exploring and seeking to understand them together. Though they are 83 years old, they feel as though they have been given afresh: as though we were actually the live audience for whom they were designed.

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