Spirituality in Furness and South Lakeland

Buddhist links - Buddhist Beliefs and Teachings on the Mind, Personal Relationships, Meditation and the Spiritual Path
Cartmel Priory - one of the finest churches in England. A rare example of a medieval monastic place of worship which escaped destruction in the Reformation.
Celtic Spirituality - Christians, Druids and Buddhists in ancient Britain.
Christian Heritage trail - Evidence for mankind’s ‘spiritual journeying’ from the earliest times lies relatively undisturbed across the beautiful Furness Peninsula. There is a stone circle on Birkrigg Common, burial mounds, earth works, standing stones, sacred wells alongside significant remains of Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman habitation.
Druidism in ancient Cumbria - the poetry of a Cumbrian bard provides a rare insight into Druid metaphysics.
Furness Abbey  - Virtual tour
Manjushri Centre, Ulverston - Mother Centre of Kadampa Buddhism
Neolithic sites - Stone circle and alignments
Quaker links
Saint Patrick - his shipwreck off Heysham and return home to Cumbria
Tharpa Publications - Self-help, Meditation, Stress, Buddhist Books, Tapes and Art.
Swarthmoor Hall - The 'Cradle of Quakerism'
Windermere International Festival of Light The idea of the festival is to bring Light and Awareness into the field of Complementary, Spiritual and Alternative healing.