Resurgence & Ecologist’s autumn Festival of Wellbeing event drew hundreds of people to central London for two days of talks, song, dance and practical sessions aimed at exploring how we can move to more balanced, contented lives.

Opening the event at the Bishopsgate Institute, James Sainsbury, chair of the Resurgence Trust, sought to define what constitutes wellbeing. “Above all, we need a society which sees spiritual vaues and ideals as more important than material values,” he said. “Material goals and economic objectives do not always have to be condemned – they have an important place as enablers ...


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