BELOVED LIFE is…
a centre for the spiritual life : a movement of spiritual practice : re-imagining what it means to be human, shaping a better world : curating a mix of conversation and ideas, resources & practices, events & accompanying : exploring the wisdom, practices and spirituality of the ancient Jesus tradition : a project begun in 2013 by Ian Adams and Gail Adams, based in the the South West of the UK and Cambridge – and taking shape wherever you are…
Ian Adams is a poet, writer and photographer working with themes of spirituality, culture and human-being within the natural world. Ian’s first complete collection of poems Unfurling is out now. He is also the author of Breathing Deep, Some Small Heaven, Wilderness Taunts, Running Over Rocks and Cave Refectory Road, the creator of the daily Morning Bell, Chaplain at Ridley Hall Cambridge, and Spirituality Adviser for CMS
Gail Adams is a spiritual mentor and life-coach working with insights from thinkers and practitioners in human possibility and becoming. She is Chaplain at Ridley Hall Cambridge. Gail is passionate about the nurture of daily patterns of stillness, presence and self-awareness – and says ‘I love it when my clients rediscover their peace, joy and fulfilment…’
Sources of Beloved Life
In Beloved Life we are seeking wisdom and practices in daily life for personal transformation, reshaping of community and renewal of the earth.
We are looking to learn from the life and teaching of Jesus the Christ, source of wisdom and companion for the journey that we are making.
We are looking to learn from the earth and its creatures, letting their quiet wisdom guide us.
We are looking to learn from all the saints and the mystics, the dreamers and the activists, the poets and the artists, the dancers and the musicians, the makers and the explorers in every area of human activity who have walked this path before us.
We hope that you will find here some of the resources that you may need for your own journey of human becoming.
‘Acquire inner peace, and thousands around you will find their salvation…’ St Seraphim of Sarov