This year’s Mind Body and Spirit Festival at Earls Court will be graced by two magnificent Meditator sculptures that will be displayed in the public areas. These two Meditator sculptures stand up to 5 feet high and are made from black granite and white marble.
The Meditator originated as a sculpture designed by Lady Cowdray who has created a unique piece which reflects a personal interpretation of the qualities of wisdom, knowledge, compassion and human perfection.
Each part of The Meditator icon represents an intrinsic quality: the head – ultimate wisdom and knowledge; the heart – love and compassion; the central space – spaciousness and integration of mind, body and spirit.
The Meditator icon together with the establishment of Cowdray Hall underpins the vision for a holistic and spiritual centre in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Cowdray Hall is a non-denominational space for visitors to participate in a wide variety of events designed to remove the stresses and strains of everyday life
Consumer reaction to The Meditator ranges from ‘beautiful’ to ‘powerful’ and from ‘inspiring’ to ‘stunning’. This enthusiastic reception to the icon reinforces The Meditator qualities and the team from Cowdray Hall are looking forward to introducing the icon to a new audience.
Do come and see us at the festival which runs from 24th to 27th May and learn more about The Meditator and Cowdray Hall.