The Hamblin Trust
Dedicated to enriching people's lives through Right Thinking
The Staff and the Grounds at Bosham
Elizabeth Medler manages Bosham House and edits its lovely magazine, New Vision.
HT Hamblin with wife, Eva Elizabeth, and John Delafield, grandson and our current Trustee.
with the Meditation Sanctuary on the left.
Lynne Firth is the most efficient of office angels.
Buddha gracing Memorial Garden,
kindly donated by Josephine Chia.
Jenny Yeates is a whizz at publicity.
Our Eucalyptus Tree,
Andrea ~ our book-keeping angel.
Hamblin Hall with Spring daffodils.
Sue Attridge lovingly tends the grounds of Bosham House.
The rear entrance,
framed by our mulberry tree.
Trustees, Editor and team enjoying the grounds.
Pat Attridge enjoys working in the office and grounds.
"Right Thinking teaches that thoughts held in the mind attract, by the law of vibration, the material for their objective expression. That actually what is held in mind, with fine clarity of thought and inward vision, becomes manifested in the life; that each type of thought brings forth fruit of its very nature."
HT Hamblin 1873-1958
Above, the Trustees, Editor and Team at Bosham House
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Saturday 16th August 10.30am – 1pm,
Astrid Keogh's Workshop
UPDATE: Unfortunately this event has been postponed. We hope to arrange another date for this event.
Our Aims and Vision
Working with the spirit of the times
in the spirit of the timeless.
The Hamblin Trust is a registered charity dedicated to enriching people’s lives through Right Thinking. The importance of Right Thinking was at the heart of the work of the man known as the ‘Saint of Sussex’, Henry Thomas Hamblin. To this day it continues to be the bedrock of the Trust’s activities and publications. The Trust is privileged to continue its work and to serve its members worldwide at Hamblin’s home, Bosham House. The Trust’s offices and hall, both constructed from lovely home grown timber, provide a homely, hospitable feel and provide a pleasant and relaxed environment for its activities. Bosham House is also blessed by three acres of grounds and woodland and is home to some rare flora, like the green winged orchid. The grounds are greatly valued by visitors who enjoy its Healing Stone, its Woodland Walk and its Meditation Sanctuary.
Today The Hamblin Trust continues to espouse Right Thinking through its magazine, New Vision, (published continuously since 1921). The magazine has a broad multi-faith perspective, featuring articles on mythology, the environment, philosophy and theology. Each magazine has a theme based on the spiritual courses of HT Hamblin. Members receive this quarterly publication as a gift. There is also a special member’s rate for events and workshops and the opportunity to borrow books from the library.
The Trust offers a year round programme of events, all designed to raise consciousness.
Visitors are most welcome.
The Hamblin Trust is ten minutes’ walk from Bosham station on mainline from Victoria Station.
Sneak preview of a special Study Day in August
Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30-4.30pm-Study day: Life Beyond Death (There is no death – only Life!)
Speaker: Martin Nathanael -Cost: £25, early bird if you book by Monday 7 July, £20
The Hamblin Trust is pleased to welcome Martin Nathanial an Anglican Priest, Interfaith Minister, and Spiritual Counsellor.
* The Near-Death Experience – Martin will draw on his own personal near-death encounters as well as presenting some of the findings of recent research.
Films at Bosham House – 7.00pm. Entrance by donation.
Monday 8th September 2014: "Grounded"
Monday 6th October 2014: "Mugabe and the White African"
Monday 3rd November 2014: "Eckhart Tolle - Awakening in the Now"
The Hamblin Trust - Registered Charity No. 1133567