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Ian Haxton's ashes were laid to rest at Strathean on 13th January 2019. This was attended by members of the Wellington Study Group, family and friends. Passages read at the occasion and other memories can be read if you log in to read the full article. Sign-in to read


Larry outlined the activities over the past year, and status of the WSG, in the annual report. The society welcomed new members and is blessed with a sound funding base. A house manager and an accountant have been contracted, and the downstairs rooms redecorated.

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This article contains a link to the text of a talk that Ron Ward gave at the mid-winter feast on Sunday, 17 June 2018. This talk was created as an introduction to Dante’s Poem.

The Poem is often referred to these days as “The Divine Comedy” but was designated by Dante simply as, “Comedia”; a title that really only indicated it was fiction. The question, to which you will have to find your own answers is: Is any valid spiritual path created entirely by seekers, or is it entirely or partially created by a link with a higher intelligence? Sign-in to read


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Annual Report of The Wellington Study Group March 2018 Introduction Fifty years ago this year a group calling themselves the School of Philosophy bought a property near Otaki and called it Strathean.  There were over one hundred of them. They were young, and they were exploring themselves and the world around them.  Many years later her... Sign-in to read


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Since the early 1970's, the WSG has encouraged its members to record things of interest and inspiration in a Newsletter that was posted and distributed in various ways to other members. These Newsletters were also used for conveying administrative information, such as a date calendar.  An almost complete collection of these newsletters is now... Sign-in to read


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Over the weekend of 27th March to 1st April 2017, up to fifteen people participated in harvesting fruit, felling trees, and construction of a herb garden at Strathean. Three meditations a day were enjoyed by all. Material from The Record was presented in three sessions which included interesting discussions. Many also shared in a pre-meditation “sacred walk” through our trees. While much of the rest of the country was subject to a deluge, at Strathean there was only occasional light rain ... “Strathean weather.” Sign-in to read


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