Welcome To InPower!

We are a community of healers, sages, seekers, teachers, change agents, activists, spirit workers, earth allies, artists, revolutionaries, and blooming humans working to advance wholeness and well-being for ourselves and our peoples.

Our many practices and paths are united by a shared purpose - to unleash the infinite power within so that we lead extraordinary lives and create a more just and vibrant world. We are delighted that you found us - we’ve been waiting for you!

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Upcoming Events

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06jul6:00 pm7:30 pmIle Dudu: Black Meditation Gathering6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Event Category:Spiritual Growth & Discovery

06jul7:30 pm9:00 pmmmm: Meditation and Masturbation for Manifestation 21+7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Event Category:Abundant Living

07jul(jul 7)7:00 pm08(jul 8)8:30 pmListening Sessions7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (8) Event Category:Harmonious Relationships

08jul(jul 8)7:00 pm09(jul 9)8:30 pmListening Sessions7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (9) Event Category:Harmonious Relationships

09jul6:00 pm7:30 pmPoliticizing Our Healing6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Event Category:Community & Justice

10jul6:00 pm8:30 pmBLACK HEALERS COLLECTIVE6:00 pm - 8:30 pm InPower InstituteEvent Category:Holistic Health & Healing

11jul(jul 11)11:30 am18(jul 18)12:45 pmParenting in the Pandemic Healing Circle11:30 am - 12:45 pm (18) Event Category:Harmonious Relationships

11jul2:00 pm4:00 pmBlack Men Healing Circle2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Event Category:Holistic Health & Healing

12jul11:00 am12:30 pmSpirit Rising: A Salon for the Soul11:00 am - 12:30 pm Event Category:Spiritual Growth & Discovery


Meet Our Founder & Root Teacher

Rebeccah Bennett, InPower Institute’s founder and root teacher, is a highly-regarded community healer, spiritual director and life coach. Her mission is to help people manifest the highest and best within themselves and create communities that sustain the best in us all. For more than 20 years, she has inspired, coached, trained, and helped tens of thousands of people and hundreds of organizations, always working to elevate human consciousness and improve human conditions.

As part of her life's work, Rebeccah established InPower Institute in 2010 to serve as the division of her business, Emerging Wisdom, devoted to personal growth and community healing.  She and her core team stalk the healed future, partnering with other healers, collaborators and change agents to offer programs and services that not only help people to survive, but also help them to thrive.

Rebeccah now delights in the opportunity to encourage and support you.

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To Sit Beside Our Elders

November 1, 2019

My great-aunt Mildred Philomena Maria was born, July 23, 1931 in St. Louis, MO, and doesn’t know if she was born in a house or hospital. On September 5, 2019, my cousins and I sat in a circle out underneath the late afternoon sun. At the head of the circle was Mildred, sharing family history…

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The Right Relationship

October 15, 2019

 One day our mothers will ask“Who do you love completely?”May we grow to respond“Ourselves. Ourselves. Our lovely selves”-@BeingUpile Relationships are a beautiful struggle. We are literally birthed into them. Families teach us the dynamics before we get out into the world, and mold us, for better or for worse.  They teach us lessons, build bonds,…

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A Love That Is Enchanting (an excerpt from “Loving Beyond Enchantment”)

October 1, 2019

How do we love beyond enchantment? We don’t. When love is given permission to be free, love is enchanting, and the enchantment is the beyond. Love is the fairytale, the “happily ever after,” the all-consuming affair, the eternal presence, and the unconditioned force we all secretly desire. In this way, it is not our belief…

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Is Work Your God?

September 15, 2019

As Americans have become known as the “workaholics of the world,” what does that mean for those of us whose backs have been the foundation upon which this country has been built? In a recent video feature for The Atlantic, Derek Thompson imparted, “Work has become the centerpiece of our identity, the focal point of…

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Black August

September 1, 2019

From the plantation field to the White House, black women took an active role in the Civil War.  These women were the chief source of information.  In fact, free and enslaved black women who were operating as spies, scouts, couriers and guides were willing and able to offer enormous support to Union military personnel and…

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