“Remembering the Precious Child”
with Patricia Anne Davis, Navajo Wisdom Keeper
Scheduled for Tuesday April 17th from 5-7pm at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle
2nd floor South behind the escalators.
This is the third in a series of free lectures by Patricia
You will see that learning is healing and healing is learning within the context of Reframing out of the prevalent “Drama life-script” that includes these players:
Win: Perpetrator – Predator -
Lose: Enabler – Persecutor and Victim.
Each player changes roles among these player life-scripts without being cognizant of changing player roles. Thus, people polarize into adversary and conflict according to these player life-script roles. It is predictable and can be mapped out to a “T”.
People communicate and relate according to these life-scripts because we are all socially engineered and conditioned to win-lose dialogue and decisions based on competition, instead of cooperation and collaboration. People are trapped and entrenched in this Normalized Pathology based on the intention for 1-up (win) and 1-down (lose) or powerover because people have not learned that they have powerwithin to have powerwith others to eliminate the need for powerover.
I Also hope to be at the next “Potluck” to assist in facilitating a Reframe process to dialogue out of Dualism and unhealthy helping (Rescuing/Enabling) into “healthy helping” (win-win decisions) by educating about my Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process as a Leveler and Truth-teller .
I use the tool – Art of making distinctions and reasoning to describe the out-of-balance condition and root cause, in order to educate about the “Drama life-script” terminology and how this applies to the current dialogue; and to, Reframe into Remembering the Precious Child.