EHA News

Letting you know what’s happening with the Eugene Halliday Association and our members.

‘Les Chants du Val Moussu’

‘Les Chants du Val Moussu’

26th June: A presentation by Shibat Whardell about the sacred life of a vagabond (wanderer) Louis Keller, Artist and Poet. The inner journey of this remarkable Frenchman is revealed through his drawings & poems, carried out over 50 years, which is brought to new...

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War in the mind and in physical action

War in the mind and in physical action

A message from Eugene Halliday - as relevant now as it was in 1978:   You can see that in all the news every day, an ideological statement from two sides of the iron curtain. As long as people have this war within their mind, that war will move towards expressing...

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Conscious / Unconscious

Conscious / Unconscious

NOW AVAILABLE ON VIDEO HERE — A talk by Alan Roberts, 20th February, St Luke's Church. "Many of the exercises Eugene taught us to work on, including Art Therapy and Yantra, Drama and Psychotherapy, all inhabit this magical and mythical hinterland between these two...

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New Publications 2022

New Publications 2022

Melchisedec Press is proud to announce new publications for 2022. The Conquest of Anxiety, by Eugene Halliday (e-book) The Way: More Spirit from the Well, by Philip Rose (all formats) For more information visit Melchisedec Press Image © Philip Rose

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Book Reviews on Zoom

Book Reviews on Zoom

23 January 2022 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm In place of our usual Reading Group, we are holding an alternative meeting on Zoom, for those who could not attend our Book Reviews meeting at St Luke’s on 16th January. Please bring details of books you have enjoyed reading. This...

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Book Reviews

Book Reviews

16th January 2022 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Back by popular demand! A meeting for members to share details of books they have enjoyed reading. We are observing C-19 precautions and will appreciate it if you take a lateral flow test before attending, and wear a mask when...

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