With Patricia Anne Davis, MA: International Teacher and Traditional Healer
Hosted by Myra Jackson
Hozho is a Navajo concept that describes an all-encompassing concept of holiness and wholeness within the natural-order context from an indigenous language worldview. Any person can learn to use their sacred-SELF intellect to discover the co-creative solution by learning how to make win-win decisions for collective survival. All healing occurs within an Affirmative-thinking system and the four phases of a healing process lead to curing, not coping, when using thinking in holistic alignment with our sacred-SELF identity as a precious child of Creator.
Patricia Anne Davis’ ceremonial name translates to “peacemaker” or “one who greets others with peace”. She has spent a life time learning and practicing healing knowledge and processes, beginning with her father, who was a medicine person who made his lifetime priority healing three generations of people in ceremonies. He was her teacher from birth in the home and in ceremonies until his transition in 1983. She 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. She 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. She is an original writer of “The Beauty Way Curriculum” K-12 Prevention Education for addiction recovery and wellness restoration in both the English and Navajo language, published in 1990. Currently, she is in private practice as a Teacher/Healer and Organizational Consultant/Facilitator. She translated the Navajo-Dineh blessingway healing ceremony into an Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process that is cross-cultural, inter-generational, inclusive and universal in practical application. The ICCP can be translated into any language. She has also traveled to 8 countries to teach and heal people.