PURE DEMOCRACY: Peacemaking using an Indigenous Process

Peacemaking Process Based on Indigenous Wisdom

1. Problem Identification: naming the out-of-balance condition.

Fraud and corruption in leaders and in the government and corporations     

Core Issue:  the root cause that maintains the out-of-balance condition.

Addiction to greed – never enough and never satisfied

2. Obstacles: emptying is correcting the obstacles to internal change that maintain the root cause of destructive and death producing choices.

Recruiting each generation of youth to participate in their own demise by using their 5-senses as a weapon against themselves and others by perpetuating social engineering and conditioning to win-lose=no-win decisions

3. Realistic Ideal: reframing win-lose=no-win decisions into win-win decisions for constructive and life-affirming choices.  Affirming powerwithin to have powerwith others eliminates the need for powerover.

Designing a safe and supportive place for people to discover their inherent gifts; to give expression to their creative imagination; to be rewarded by giving expression to their creative imagination; and, for each person, their family, community, society and nation to benefit by giving expression to their creative imagination.

4. Co-creative Resolution: manifesting the win-win co-creative solutions. Authenticity gives authority to dismantle tyranny.

Implement Pure Democracy

The Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process teaches peacemaking and win-win decision making for male and female gender life-task teamwork

Design Process:

  • Envision – visualize: seeing
  • Conceptualize – intention: thinking
  • Dialogue – affirmation: speaking

5. Life Application: co-creative situational leadership for decision making and    designing the co-creative solutions:
Manifest Process:

  • Construct – manifest: doing
  • Life Skill – living co-creative solution(s)

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein

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About Patricia Anne Davis, MA Choctaw-Navajo/Chahta-Dineh

My English name is Patricia Anne Davis, MA and my ceremonial name is used only for personal ceremony. It translates to "peacemaker" or "one who greets others with peace". I have spent a life time learning and practicing healing knowledge and processes, beginning with my own father, who was a medicine person who made his lifetime priority healing three generations of people in ceremonies. He was my teacher from birth in the home and in ceremonies until his transition in 1983. I earned a BA in Psychology from the University of AZ and an MA in Whole System Design, the language and techniques of creative change, from the Center for Creative Change at the Antioch University in Seattle, WA. I worked in the Health and Human Services profession in every position in the continuum of care for Behavioral Health, Social Services and Mental Health for over 20 years. I am an original writer of "The Beauty Way Curriculum" K-12 Prevention Education for alcohol and other drug recovery and wellness restoration in both the English and Navajo language, published in 1990. Currently, I am in private practice as a Practitioner and Diagnostician and also an International Teacher and Consultant of Navajo/Dineh blessingway ceremonial healing principles that are cross-cultural, inter-generational, inclusive and universal in practical application.

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