The Center for Transformational Practice (CTP)
CTP's mission is to support the transition to a just and sustainable culture by advancing inner transformation as the foundation for positive social change.
Labyrinth Potluck, Presentation and Walk
Saturday, February 24, 6:00 PM 8:00 PM
This gathering will include a potluck supper with a guided discussion and presentation on the labyrinth experience followed by a silent labyrinth walk and closing ritual facilitated by Elisabeth Cadle. You are welcome to linger and integrate your labyrinth experience up until 9pm. Please dress appropriately for the outdoor walk and extend the invitation to others. RSVP's are helpful. For more info please contact Elisabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CTP carries out this mission through three kinds of activity:
A residential community
A spiritual, resilience-building and social change programming
A three-sector networking campaign.
Within each area, we strive to unite:
The inner work of personal transformation with
The outer project of transitioning to a just and sustainable culture.
The synthesis of these two forms the third category and focus of CTP's work:
3. Transformational change.
Through the work of the strategic planning process of 2016-17, the relationship between these three areas of activity and these three categories gained greater clarity using the metaphor of a tree.
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The CTP Homestead
The Center for Transformational Practice is located on a two acre parcel of land that stretches between the railroad tracks and the Connecticut River, just outside of downtown White River Junction, Vermont. The once neglected house and land is on its way to becoming a permaculture gardening and sustainable technology demonstration site.
Including 260 linear feet of hugel mounds, a free-for-the-picking orchard and berry patch, 7,000 square feet of annual garden and three labyrinths for walking meditation. CTP resides between the athletic fields of Ratcliffe Park and a newly installed public walking path that leads to the River.