Glenys Newton, author of Home Flown: The Laymamma’s Guide to an Empty Nest, will be appearing on BBC Radio 4 at 11am on 26th August. This follows a successful spot on Radio 4’s Saturday Live a week or two ago.
Spirituality, Creativity, Sexuality: The Meaning of Life
Alan Pickett puts forward a strong case for the need for balance in our lives if we wish to experience joy, fulfillment and harmony on our path to individuation.
“Although this is a comparatively small book it carries a big message from a life of research and personal experience… well worth a read”
New dates have just been published for the series of introductory transpersonal workshops – please check for details and availability on
Archive Publishing has moved to a wonderful rural location which is deeper into the Dorset countryside and yet still easily accessible by road, rail and air.
Sutton Hill Farmhouse provides the ideal solution to the future accommodation and expansion needs of this successful, independent publishing house.
The Alchemy Centre is also run from this new address http://www.alchemycentre.co.uk and worth a look.
The recently published book Home Flown: The Laymamma’s Guide to an Empty Nest has taken off and will soon be a best seller.
The author Glenys Newton was completely taken by surprise when she received over 2000 hits to her Facebook page in the first 24hours!
THE PEOPLE’S BOOK PRIZE SPRING COLLECTION:
1st MARCH 2014 – 20th MAY 2014
Voting has begun and is open until May 20th.
The Dream of the Cosmos: a Quest for the Soul.
Please help promote this very important and influential book which needs to be read by as many souls as possible in these very difficult times of necessary change.
One of our authors as well as an ambassador of the transpersonal, Dr Jill Hayes slipped away quietly on her onward journey yesterday.
A senior lecturer at Chichester University, author of Performing the Dreams of your Body as well as numerous papers, she will be much missed by all her friends, colleagues and family and especially by husband Paul Wilson and sons Finny, Lawrie, Owain and Theo to whom we send our heartfelt wishes.