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Hosted by Julián Jaramillo, Maraya Karena, Ingrid Rose & Kate Jobe

Live sessions multiple times a year

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September 12: 9 AM – 10 AM
October 17: 2 PM –  3 PM
November 16: 4 PM – 5 PM
December 4: 10 AM – 11 AM

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Julián Jaramillo
PW Dipl.

Innerwork & Shamanism

September 12
9 AM - 10 AM

This group meeting will focus on the integration of shamanism and innerwork as a means of personal growth and healing. Shamanism is an ancient spiritual practice that involves connecting with the natural world and the spirit world in order to facilitate healing and personal growth. Innerwork is a form of psychological self-inquiry that involves exploring one’s own inner experiences and unconscious mind in order to gain insight, self-awareness, and personal growth. By combining these two approaches, participants will have the opportunity to explore their own inner experiences and connect with their own sense of spirituality in a safe and supportive environment.

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Maraya Karena,
MA. PW Dipl.

Unfolding the Body

October 17
2 PM - 3 PM

Innerwork is a journey inward, a dance with the shadows of the mind. It is the art of self-inquiry, a path to deeper understanding and self-awareness. Through the practice of innerwork, we can attune to the subtle vibrations of the body, the whispers of the heart, and the whispers of the soul. We can learn to listen to the wisdom of our own experience, to find the courage to face our fears and the compassion to heal our wounds. Innerwork is a journey of unfolding, of becoming more fully ourselves, of finding the courage to be fully alive. It is a path of transformation and growth, a path of courage and grace.

Ingrid Rose,
PhD. PW Dipl.


November 16
4 PM - 5 PM

What do we do in moments when we’re under attack, get dreamed up, or freeze? Especially in group situations, both as facilitators and participants, the challenge here is to somehow find a way to hold on to a little bit of awareness that can allow us to process internally and find some clarity or insight,  bringing forward a secondary aspect of ourselves and the group dreaming. Lets explore together the inner work tools and techniques that will enable us to harness these gifts. 

Kate Jobe,
PhD. PW Dipl.


December 4
10 AM - 11 AM

Your individual consciousness is like a drop of water in an ocean, a unique and precious droplet, yet it is also inextricably connected to the vast sea of consciousness that surrounds us. Your thoughts, feelings, and experiences ebb and flow in harmony with the greater tide of the collective consciousness. As the water droplet reflects the sky above, your individual consciousness reflects the universal consciousness, revealing its infinite depths and mysteries. And just as a single droplet can ripple out and affect the entire ocean, your individual consciousness has the power to shape and influence the collective consciousness. You are not alone, but a vital part of the grand symphony of consciousness that is the universe. Through inner work, you can become more aware of how the field is moving through you, and how you can better serve it. 


Process-oriented psychology is a holistic approach to psychology that emphasizes the importance of the present moment and the ongoing process of personal growth and development. It is based on the idea that each person is unique and has their own individual path towards healing and self-discovery.

Innerwork is a form of psychological self-inquiry that involves exploring one’s own inner experiences and unconscious mind in order to gain insight, self-awareness, and personal growth. It can take many different forms, including meditation, journaling, therapy, and other forms of introspection.

The goal of innerwork is to increase self-awareness and understanding of the unconscious mind, which can lead to improved emotional intelligence, greater self-regulation, and more effective communication with others. It can also help individuals gain a deeper understanding of their own motivations, values, and beliefs, which can lead to more meaningful and fulfilling relationships and experiences.

Innerwork is often a lifelong process, as individuals continue to grow and change throughout their lives. It can be a challenging and sometimes uncomfortable journey, as it involves facing and dealing with difficult emotions and past experiences. However, the benefits of innerwork are numerous and can include increased self-acceptance, improved relationships, and a greater sense of purpose and meaning in life.

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