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Colorado/Canadian-Media: The Inner Wisdom Community (TIWC), an intentional community dedicated to the conscious evolution of humanity, brings decades brilliant teachers' our own evolution with technologies, and wisdom traditions to people in Colorado and online to offer support for your journey of self-discovery through gatherings, retreats, and workshops as well as private sessions.
Inner Wisdom Community. Image credit: Facebook page
Inner Wisdom Community. Image credit: Facebook page
During an E-mail interview with the Board members of the TIWC, they highlighted the origin as well as the contribution of this community to Asha Bajaj, the Editorial-Director of Canadian-Media.
Given below is the excerpt of the interview:
Asha: When and by whom was the Inner Wisdom Community originate? What was the driving force for its origin?
TIWC: TIWC was formed in Oct 2018. All of the board members Of IWC in divine timing came together. The board members are: Darren Sadge, Ron Zastrow, Kristin Zastrow Lukela, Danny Parizek, Dana Suazo, Carrie Christensen, and Ashley Dordal. In their creation together Inner Wisdom was formed for the purpose of bringing spiritual light and experience and create new processes that can be shared in a loving environment.
Asha: Highlight the use of technologies and wisdom traditions employed by the practitioners while trying to awaken the inner wisdom of the people both in Colorado and online? What are some of the approaches used?
TIWC: All of the board members are trained under many different modalities. Some using multiple modalities to create and awaken. The modalities of shamanism, meditation, energy healing and science all come together to embody and enlighten our true selves. We provide these modalities to the members and it is an open and receiving community that welcomes others’ ideas on a frequent basis.
Asha: How did you raise awareness of these services among people of varied backgrounds and from various nationalities? Did you distribute any literature for it?
Dana: Through divine practices. And each meeting naturally has evolved everyone and their practices. Because each person evolves individually and as they bring more to each meeting, everyone evolves. The awareness is because of the ”yes” we all have claimed on this embodiment path. Literature as far as references can be given in meetings yet not required. All are welcome because we are all one.
Asha: From when did the online sessions start? Were they available even before the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic? How popular are these and how many days a week are these held?
TIWC: Before the pandemic we offered in-person workshops and community meetings (once a month). It evolved into online sessions once the Covid-19 pandemic hit. Also, because of the pandemic we started offering it once a week. We felt that since we were all going through spiritual growth due to the pandemic, it was a benefit to everyone to have it once a week. It was also a good support system for those that were rocked more than others.
Asha: You also hold sessions through gatherings, retreats, and workshops as well as privately. How many times a week are these held? Compare their popularity with the online sessions.
TIWC: The community meetings were held once a month. Workshops and retreats were held when inspired. The online sessions were a necessity due to the pandemic. It is the only option still currently at this time. I will have to say that with the online sessions we have been able to have others join us from other states.
Asha: Approximately how many people are there in one gathering? Can you outline the sessions of a gathering?
Dana: It varies and yet the community is growing perfectly. We have around 35 active members. Typically we do an introduction, then the healing, meditation or class will be held; followed by a questions and answers session. We wrap up with a prayer.
Asha: What criteria are adopted for the selections of the practitioners of this community? Do they have to undergo some special training in the Community before starting their practice? How may practitioners are employed by the community?
TIWC: This is an open forum for those who have been in their practice for a long time and for those that are just stepping into it. We all meet everyone where they are at. We all learn from everyone, no matter what level they are at. They are willing and so is the group.
Asha: How long is the training session and how can one join? Is there a fee for joining?
Dana: Right now it is just in-kind gift donations and it is not required. The group welcomes all students and teachers. It is a very inclusive group. All are welcome. No membership required at this time.
Asha: What are the vision and the mission of this community? Give 2 or more examples of this practice being successful.
TIWC: TIWC is committed to the path of awakening ourselves and every person we encounter to the innate wisdom and intelligence within us all. We offer powerful, unique, and proven modalities for healing and transformation. We value the uniqueness of each individual journey, and the authenticity and integrity of each being.
We know that there is an inner wisdom that always knows what it is doing, and it is to the emergence of this that we dedicate ourselves. In so doing, we are liberated from limited ideas and instead, align with health, freedom, joy, power, creativity, love, and abundance.
Each practitioner of TIWC is dedicated to his/her continuous growth and unfoldment, recognizing that there is always more of us to be revealed and expressed. We affirm that awakening to our authenticity is a lifelong, constantly evolving, endeavor that invites us to remain ever-available students of our lives.
It is successful because there is always a good turnout. People feel supported, encouraged and it helps to keep them grounded at times when they are feeling overwhelmed with what is going on in the World.
Asha: What are your future plans for expansion?
TIWC: Our manifestation goal is to establish a wellness center that welcomes all types of healers. From reiki, energy, acupuncturists, chiropractors, massage therapists. It will be a place where everyone can feel supported in any of their needs. We would also like to step into more retreats and ceremonies.
Asha: What are the funding sources for this community? Is the community equipped with a small library? Do you distribute any spiritual literature?
TIWC: Currently we are funding the community through the board members’ initial investments and by in-kind donations. Spiritual literature is distributed by each speaker, if they have any. We are consistently sharing videos, websites and/or book ideas with each other as we are inspired.
Asha: Do you offer a complimentary session for individuals? What is the approximate duration of a session?
TIWC: It is a group community so it is not an individual session. However, each community member has different healing practices that allows them to provide individual sessions for their patients.
The board members’ websites and/or contact information are as follows:
Dana Suazo – www.onethreadhealing.com
Danny Parizek – Liquid Lighted Love LLC. email@example.com
Kristin Lukela – https://www.theinnerwisdom.net/
Carrie Christensen – http://www.thetastatehealing.com
Ashely Dordal – (Ashley is in the process of designing her website)
Darren Sadge – darrensadge.com or darrensadge.org