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The Pari Center was created 20 years ago by the late F. David Peat and Maureen Doolan as congenial location where people can think, learn, meet together, all the while enjoying the surrounding environment and helping the local community. 

We provide opportunities for continued learning by organizing residential conferences, seminars and workshops facilitated by a faculty committed to excellence and creativity. We aim to advance the integration of knowledge, the arts, science, ethical values, community and spirituality within the ambience of a medieval village

We specialize in promoting the work of David Bohm and C.G. Jung and building on David Peat’s respect for Indigenous Knowledge and his concept of Gentle Action.

The Pari Center's 20th anniversary

This year the Pari Center is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Unfortunately, because of the pandemic, we were unable to commemorate the occasion with festivities here in the village. In September we had an online community call in which we invited our friends to recall some of the highlights of the past 20 years, and where we raised a glass to the next 20 years. For the September 2020 issue of Pari Perspectives we asked 20 colleagues/peers of David Peat and 20 people who had participated over the years at our events to reminisce about the Center, David, and the village. The 20th Anniversary Issue is 130 pages of stories and photos that we are making available to everyone. Enjoy!

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Pari Perspectives

Pari Perspectives, our quarterly journal, is a forum for ideas and opinions. Each issue is centered around a theme and includes essays in Science, the Arts, Spirit, and Community. Our contributors range from scholars and those eminent in their fields to newer, younger writers and artists. The journal is free to all Friends of the Pari Center. For more information and for our guidelines please contact us at pariperspectives@paricenter.com

Pari Center’s board of directors is comprised of people who share a deep interest in the legacy of David Peat as well as David Bohm, in Pari as the vessel where an ever-growing community of supporters meet, share and transform.