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The 3 Doors Practitioners Assoc. 2017-03-20T22:26:12+00:00

The 3 Doors Practitioners Association (3PA)

Upon completion of an Academy, a graduate then becomes part of The 3 Doors Practitioners Association (3PA), a worldwide network of presenters, mentors and graduates that support your continued personal growth, creative expression and service to others.

The recently formed 3PA exists within The 3 Doors international organization and is guided by a council of its members. Its intention is to provide multiple avenues for graduates to connect with one another, access continuing education and training, and be supported to serve their communities and society at large. Out of the collective energy of ongoing connection will come the ideas, teachers, projects, service and creative expressions that will carry on Tenzin Wangyal’s vision for The 3 Doors.

3PA Forums

3PA members have the opportunity to participate in forums facilitated by Teachers and Presenters on a variety of topics. Each forum is four months in length and meets monthly for 1.5 hour sessions in a live video conference. This offers Academy graduates the opportunity to connect internationally across Academies. Participants learn from each other’s experiences, share areas of challenge, and explore new perspectives with a facilitator that has practical experience in that topic area. Current forum topics include:

  • Presenters Path: “Taking Your Seat”
  • Body Wisdom Practices
  • Art as Personal Path and Community Service
  • Caregiving and Service
  • Stress Management
  • Organization Leadership and Group Dynamics
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Creative Musings: 1. The Quickening

May 26th, 2017|0 Comments

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May 11th, 2017|0 Comments

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Meditation in Education – HECAT School Project

January 28th, 2017|0 Comments

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