The annual Edinburgh International Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace brings together people from a wide range of backgrounds to explore spiritual, secular, educational, artistic and cultural approaches to peace and mutual understanding utilising performances that deal with these topics through inventive, cross-art productions.
Edinburgh lectures & talks
The MacTaggart Lecture is the keynote speech given at the start of the Edinburgh Television Festival.
Elisabeth Murdoch, Chair and CEO of Shine Group, has been confirmed as this year's MacTaggart Lecture speaker at the
In a follow on to his international best seller Ethics for a New Millennium His Holiness The Dalai Lama will speak on Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World and outline a system of secular ethic
Kate Adie, Lord David Puttnam, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and Olivia Giles are among the speakers appearing at the Edinburgh Lectures 2012 over the next few months, it was announced today.
The last year has been an amazing one for National Museums Scotland.
Andy Goldsworthy's contemporary sculptures feature in our Early People gallery.
Professor Yasir Suleiman CBE FRSE
Professor of Modern Arabic Studies, University of Cambridge
Speaker: Professor Geoffrey Boulton FRS FRSE, Regius Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Edinburgh and Chair of the Study.
Satsang means being together with an enlightened one, who is fully available to guide people to the light of their own wisdom-heart. This meeting can be an inspiration to find your way to truth that will bring you to fulfilment of your deepest desire: inner peace and freedom.
In the meetings with Prajnaparamita questions can be asked or one can just be present in silence. The real meeting is beyond all words; the real meeting is in the silence of the heart, where all differences merge in One.