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Wisdom Network: Northeast Wisdom

Northeast Wisdom

Northeast Wisdom

Based in the New England region, Northeast Wisdom provides a regional hub and international presence for Wisdom Schools and other resources and inspired by the work and writing of Cynthia Bourgeault:

As an international Wisdom network continues to grow organically, every region has its own unique character and priorities. Ours is shaped by the fact that we’re relatively compact geographically (New England and the Mid-Atlantic states) and that founding teacher Cynthia Bourgeault resides in our midst. This naturally directs our emphasis toward local practice circles and smaller residential retreats led by Cynthia and an emerging crop of Wisdom teachers, particularly among the younger generation. We consider this shaping of the next generation of Wisdom transmission to be one of our top priorities..

Their extensive website includes a listing of Wisdom Schools and events both local and elsewhere, practice circle listings for the northeast region, information and interviews with emerging teachers and postholders of Wisdom work on their Seedlings page, and a opportunity to submit questions directly to Cynthia Bourgeault.

Leaders and teachers for Northeast Wisdom include Cynthia Bourgeault, Matthew Wright, Bill Redfield, and Lois Barton.

HallelujFor the full program and resource offerings for Northeast Wisdom can be found HERE.

A number of the Northeast Wisdom programs and events are hosted at Hallelujah Farm in Chesterfied, New Hampshire.







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  1. I so enjoyed listening to Matthew Wright this past weekend in Hendersonville, NC. I hope to improve my practice and grow my heart knowing. I am consciously focusing on listening with my heart since the lectures. I had an idea about many people praying together at a certain time each day for the understanding of our oneness. Maybe such a movement exists. If so, please let me know.

    • Hi Ann, Matthew is amazing! Please continue to peruse our website, and sign up for our enewsletter to stay informed about offerings such as the one you describe. There are groups who are talking about doing this and we’ll let you know when there is one you can join. Blessings on your journey.

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