- Workshop with James Elser
- An example of the depth of Mr. Moy’s knowledge
- Jacqueline Twyman’s thoughts
- Stay Active
- Au revoir to Mary (with thanks and love)
Welcome all to our sixth Newsletter, this spring we shine the spotlight on Mundon.
TEN YEARS OF CELEBRATION AT THE ESSEX ACADEMY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
In our first Newsletter of 2018, we take a look back at the founding of the academy, share memories, experiences and celebrations.
Welcome to our final Newsletter of 2017, this quarter we have collated the following content for your enjoyment…
Welcome all to our third Newsletter of 2017, this quarter we have the following topics for your perusal…
The symbol central to our logo is ‘T’ai’, with the same sound but different meaning to the ‘T’ai’ in ‘T’ai Chi’. It is a hexagram from the 5,000-year-old Daoist classic, the I Ching.
A hexagram consists of two trigrams, each made up of three lines – solid, broken, or both. The broken lines represent Yin energy, and the solid lines, Yang energy. The upper trigram represents Earth (pure Yin), and the lower, Heaven (pure Yang).
Yin and Yang have motions associated with them. The light, heavenly Yang energy tends to rise, while the heavy, earthly Yin energy tends to sink. As the two energies meet and commune with one another peace and harmony are achieved and great accomplishments become possible.
And so this symbol represents peace, harmony and goodwill.