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Includes the best, top-selling books for finding, visiting & joining an intentional community. Brought to you by authors and leaders with decades of experience in the movement.

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Finding Your Community Bundle

Finding the intentional community that is right for you is not an impossible task. But it can feel daunting.

In this bundle, you will receive the best, top-selling books for finding, visiting, and joining an intentional community. With these resources combined, you will be ready to start your journey.

Purchase as a bundle and receive 25% off the total retail price. Bundle includes:

Communities Directory Book, Edition VII

The Communities Directory book is the most complete book of intentional communities with over 1,200 communities in North America and over 250 from around the world. The book also includes full-page maps, charts, and an easy index to find communities based on specific qualities. Paperback, 8-1/2 x 11 inches, 602 pages

 

 


Wisdom of Communities – Volume 2: Finding a Community

As part of a 4-volume series published by FIC, authors from Communities magazine share experiences, tools, advice, and perspectives that are essential for anyone searching for their ideal intentional community. Whether searching to visit or to find your permanent home, this book helps increase the likelihood of finding what you are seeking. Paperback, 8-1/2 x 11 inches, 386 pages

 


Best of Communities – Volume 2: Seeking and Visiting Community

Seeking and Visiting Community
If you’re seriously interested in community living, all experts agree that you’re wise to visit first. What you think you want and what you actually want aren’t necessarily the same thing, and it’s far cheaper to discover that before you make a big move. Fourteen articles in this Communities compilation address how to get the most out of community visits, and also share diverse stories of community exploration.

 

 


Communities magazine issue #170 – Finding or Starting a CommunityFinding or Starting a Community

A common question at the beginning: Find it or Start it? Whether looking to join an existing community or working to start a new one, aspiring communitarians can glean invaluable lessons from the experiences of elders. This Spring 2016 Communities issue is full of success stories, cautionary tales, adventures, reflections, and advice. Not available in print. A digital copy will be sent to your email.

 

 

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