Finding Your Community Bundle
Finding the intentional community that is right for you is not an impossible task. But it can feel daunting.
We not only carry the most complete list of intentional communities forming and established around the world, but we also have the essential books on how to find community from experienced communitarians and our esteemed authors of Communities magazine.
We put together a special offer to mix and match our best books on Finding your Community.
Communities Directory, 7th edition: Our Communities Directory book, now in its 7th edition, is the most complete book of intentional communities all over the world. There are over 1,200 communities listed, including full-page maps showing where communities are located, charts that compare communities by more than 30 different qualities, and an easy index to find communities interested in specific topics or methods. Paperback, 8-1/2 x 11 inches, 600+ pages
Wisdom of Communities – Volume 2: Finding Community – As part of a 4-volume series produced by FIC, compiled authors from Communities magazine share experiences, tools, advice, and perspectives that should help anyone searching for an intentional community. Whether searching to visit or to live in— 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 –
If you’re seriously interested in community living, all experts agree that you’re wise to visit first. Not just because reality may not align exactly with the mental image you had based on written descriptions or phone calls, but because 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 sell your home and move to another zip code. 14 articles in this compilation address how to get the most out of community visits, and also share diverse stories of community exploration.
Those seeking an intentional community are often faced with a choice: find it, or found 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 other seekers and pioneers. This Spring 2016 issue is full of success stories, cautionary tales, adventures, reflections, advice, and resources for anyone interested in Finding or Starting a Community. Not available in print. A digital copy will be sent to your email.
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