Monday, May 11th in Seattle: Patricia Anne Davis speaks on the concept of “Compassion” as translated from Navajo

“Social interaction in the context of what the Western system calls “the human condition” meaning pain and suffering in the state of physical plane living is a given. Then “compassion” means a deep empathy for the pain and suffering of others.”  -Patricia Anne Davis, MA  Choctaw-Navajo/Chahta-Dineh

Join Patricia Anne Davis, Navajo Wisdom Keeper, International Teacher, Facilitator, Consultant and Healer in NE Seattle for an Evening Discourse, Teaching and Healing on Monday, May 11th from 7-10pm. Please RSVP to peaceisinpieces@gmail.com or (206) 794-7231 for directions.

“There is only oneness in the spiritual realm where we cannot be separate or disconnected, thus compassion is a living word that affirms our interconnection with creator and creation and each other in the oneness of the spiritual universe.

“In order to accomplish healing in this context the levels of mind-body dichotomy, compartmentalized thinking, dualism programing and individualism conditioning, must be named and the root cause identified to be corrected in the Emptying phase of a healing process for a reframe into the context of interdependence and oneness.”

– Read more on Compassion by Patricia Anne Davis

Patricia accepts honorariums, workshop tuition, consultant and training fees, Ceremonial Monetary Offerings for individual, family and group.  Another way to support Patricia’s work in a win-win situation is to order a one of a kind designer Ceremonial  Shawl.

PAD prayer shawlsPatricia’s ceremonial name translates to “peacemaker” or “one who greets others with peace”. She has spent a lifetime learning and practicing healing knowledge and processes as taught by her father, who was a medicine person healing three generations of people in ceremonies. Patricia 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.

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