The Center for Transformational Practice

 
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The Center for Transformational Practice is a nonprofit organization and small residential community working to support the region's transition to a just and sustainable culture through advancing inner transformation as the foundation for positive social change. To do this, we offer programming, such as retreats and workshops and build networks in our region, particularly among nonprofit directors, faith leaders and activists.

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Tend the Root Potluck and Discussion

All are invited to 149 Latham Works Lane to discuss the messages of the Tend the Root Series as shared by Leon Dunkley and Soryu Forall. May 29th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM

When You Love this World Enough to Break the Rules

A panel discussion of civil disobedience featuring Asma Elhuni, Geoffrey Gardner, Kira Kelley and Mike Chamnes. | May 20th, 7:00 PM Hotel Coolidge

Sherri Mitchell

Cultivating the Soil of Warriorship | CORRECTION! New date is June 5th @ 7:00 PM, Hotel Coolidge.

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Jeannie Zandi

Necessary Evolution | 6/20 @ 7:00 PM, Hotel Coolidge

Apprentices of Being

Weekend Retreat with Jeannie Zandi | June 21 -23

What have we done for you lately?

Year two of our three-year strategic plan.

The emergence of the New Era will require the endeavors of enormous numbers of well-coordinated men and women, who, by working as dedicated missionaries, like the followers of Buddha or Gandhi, can propagate the ideologies of the era to come.
— Shriram Sharma Acharya
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The CTP Homestead

The Center for Transformational Practice is located on a two acre parcel of land nestled between the railroad tracks, the Connecticut River, the Ratcliffe Park and a newly installed public walking path, all just outside of downtown of White River Junction, Vermont. The once neglected house and land is on its way to becoming a permaculture garden 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.

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The CTP buildings are designed to house seven adults between two houses. Both are well insulated and ecologically heated.

The CTP buildings are designed to house seven adults between two houses. Both are well insulated and ecologically heated.

 
 

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