Forming Formed: 2005 Established: 2006
This page last updated:8/3/2009
Community of Healers
Ash Fork, Arizona,
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Have you been to healing workshops or groups, made great connections with people and then wanted to have more interactions instead of going back to the “real world”?
Are you a looking for a healing environment in order to facilitate your own healing as well as increase your ability to help others to heal?
Do you find yourself sometimes able to reach states of higher consciousness such as peace, joy and love, and want to practice maintaining those states longer.
Are you interested in participating in creating a healing space to support others in their transformation, as well as having opportunities for your own growth?
If you answered yes to any one of these, Community of Healers could be your home away from home--or a new home for you. There is currently a retreat center in the high desert of Northern Arizona at Lavender Sky Ranch (lavenderskyranch.com). An online discussion is available at communityofhealers.org. The sky is not the limit, but rather the universe of love and light within us, so let's get together and rediscover our true selves, and live in the spiritual bliss that is our birthright.
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This page last updated:8/3/2009
Visitor Process: It would be best if you would read through the websites and then send an email and/or give us a call.
Ecovillage Network of the Americas
:: GEN - Global Ecovillage Network
:: Fellowship for Intentional Community
Statement of Housing Non-discrimination:
No Answer Provided
Members(adults and children):
(Different methods for different issues. Some by leader, some by elders, some by majority, some by consensus, all with the intention for the highest good of all involved and affected.)
(Looking for people to share leadership role with.)
Leadership Core Group:
Labor and Money
Members have independent finances
(Intend to have revenue sharing based on time / work when have revenue to share.)
Open to Members with Pre-existing Debt:
(Members at the Ranch . . . Non-coercive, principle of inspiration, but no freeloaders.)
(Currently looking for people who can contribute, but non-financial help also needed.)
Land and Buildings
(Ranch is rural, but on-line community is mixed of course.)
120 acres (48.6 hectares)
(3 40 acre parcels.)
Land Owned By:
A subgroup of community members
(Intention is to go non-profit when it's time to do so.)
(Could do cohousing on one of the parcels, could be split into 4 10 acre healing sub-communities.)
Percentage of Food Grown:
(Could probably do 50% or so I think, making progress!)
Share Community Meals:
Nearly all dinners
(Meals are a good time for connecting and also reducing cooking time...)
Dietary Choice or Restrictions:
There are some dietary restrictions
(Vegetarian, eggs and dairy okay, occasional fish.)
(Drinking okay but no drunkenness and no angry drunks.)
Common Spiritual Practices:
Which Spiritual Traditions(s):
(As decided by parent(s).)
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Current editor(s): ejoan
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