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.

Indigenous Stewardship, not Industrial Ownership is the Co-Creative Solution by Patricia Anne Davis, Navajo Wisdom Keeper

“The original conflict of interest between Indigenous people and Industrial people is Stewardship of the earth, water, fire and air; and, Ownership which is still on-going today.” – Patricia Anne Davis, Navajo Wisdom Keeper

Indigenous people were stewards of the four sacred elements for generations and Industrial people trashed the planet within a few centuries. Industrial people have man-made Political “Sovereignty” and Indigenous people have Inherent Sovereignty with creator and creation, power within to have power with others and this eliminates the need for power over.

Patricia Anne Davis teaching in NYC

Patricia Anne Davis teaching the Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process in NYC

Our whole-brain thinking is constructed for using our thinking for what it is for, the appropriate use of our whole-brain thinking is for designing the co-creative solutions using power within from creator for power with others to eliminate the need for power over & Tyranny. Thus, the “criminal mind” is using our thinking for what it is not for and to limit thinking capacity of our Inherent Sovereignty with creator for win-win constructive and life-affirming decisions & choices. The “criminal mind” always makes win-lose (no-win for everyone) destructive and death-producing decisions and choices.

Over the centuries people have used the “criminal mind” to manifest these forms of pain and suffering: poverty, hunger, homelessness, addiction, illness, incarceration and war. Pain and suffering are not a spiritual path, yet people have been programmed and conditioned to believe that there is a reward for pain and suffering. This is a belief in a cosmic lie. Ownership is based upon win-lose. Therefore, this belief is morally wrong. We cannot reform anything that is morally wrong. However, we can reframe our thinking into win-win decision making to remember and reawaken our sacred-SELF intellect to initiate peace making with creator and restore balance and harmony with creation as a spiritual and moral way of life.

Translation of the concept of “compassion” from the Navajo language

“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.”

The word “compassion” can best be translated into English using the word “proxy” meaning that another person can experience another person’s experience because we are all related by our inherent divinity given to each person equally. It is an all-inclusive experience where there is unity in the natural order and everyone is interconnected.

Therefore, our spiritual work in ceremony can be done by proxy when sitting for a loved one and this process offers healing to all who are commonly afflicted. This is how our personal work is amplified and exponential. The wellness restoration template for our personal experience of healing is already built within us and within the spiritual realm of oneness.

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.

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.

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Interactive Community Discourses and Individual Sessions with Patricia Anne Davis

Co-Creative Situational Leadership:

Learn how to use your co-creative imagination for manifesting whole brain thinking.  Reawaken the power-within your sacred self to remember your sacred place in the natural order and have power-with others in designing co-creative solutions.  The discovery of each person’s inherent gifts can be manifested to promote collective survival by eliminating the need for power-over.

Dismantling “Enemy-Creation” for Peacemaking:

Learn what a peacemaking process is and how to make peace with one’s sacred self and with others.  Restoring harmony and balance between the male and female genders and within the context of the natural order is necessary when culture is entrenched in trans-generational unresolved anger, violence, and war.  The historical justifications for enemy-creation and warmongering are the same for every “Empire” of every age.  The war within a person between soul purpose/life mission and the tyranny of the criminal mind is projected outward and endangers elders, women, and children.  Peacemaking is a co-creative intentional affirmation for Wellness Restoration within a person, family, community and Nation.

Reframing Decision Making from Win-Lose to Win-Win:

We cannot “reform” anything that is morally worng.  Win-lose decision making destroys Humanity, the environment, and our Earth.  An intervention Point is a place to Reframe win-lose decision making into win-win decisions is buildt within our whole brain thinking.  WE must use this faculty for it’s appropriate function to design the co-creative solutions for inter-generational collective survival.  thsi is a values-clarification process to remember and awaken our sacred self in our sacred place in the universe beneficial to everyone interested in productive living.

Individual Sessions Available for:

  • Veteran Recovery, Anger Management, Addiction Counseling

  • Training for Psychologists and Medical Professionals

  • Mediation for Family and Teens

Topics and Individual Sessions led by Patricia Anne Davis, MA inWhole System Design from Antioch University, BA in Psychology from the University of AZ  International Teacher and Traditional Healer, Administrator, Grant Writer, Consultant and Facilitator with 20 years in Health and Human Services in Addiction REcovery, Outpatient Counseling Programs, Volunteering in Federal Corrections, State Prison System and with Urban and Native Community.

The Second Annual Gathering of Healers March 7-9, 2014: Reawaken to your Male Gender Life -task as a Protector-Provide and to your Female Gender Life as a Life-giver and Nurturer


Reawaken to your Male Gender Life -task as a Protector-Provide and to your Female Gender Life as a Life-giver and Nurturer

The Second Annual Gathering of Healers

March 7-9, 2014

Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center

Albuquerque, NM 87

Welcome to AMERICAN INDIAN NIGHT on Saturday March 8, 2014 to experience an Introduction to an Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process[2] for healthyhelping

Patricia Anne Davis, MA Facilitator

American Indian Night Info Link:

[2] Davis, Patricia Anne, M.A. Whole System Design Portfolio: “Living the Loving Way, a Reverent Revolution”, Center for Creative Change – Antioch University Seattle, June 2005.

Cell: 206.778.6721
hozho naasha – walking in beauty & living the loving way

Patricia Anne Davis, MA
Whole Systems Designer, specializing in peace making leadership
Traditional Indian Medicine Diagnostician/Practitioner, specializing in spiritual wellness restoration

Joseph Trinh: “My hope for America is that love can be a currency for spiritual healing and abundance”

I send GRATITUDE to that someone or group of special people that may grant my request for the benefit and healing of Indigenous Nations

Dear Friends, I am the 11th child of 12 and the youngest daughter of a well known and respected NAC Roadman on the Dine Nation.

I usually work, earn and save for what I need or want, but today I am going to ask for a new donated, not used laptop computer.  Mine was stolen a few days ago.  I am a writer and International Teacher and I am doing a large grant for American Indian youth training for computer career skills.  I am also writing books.

People ask me to write what I know because I do have treasure knowledge about ceremonial curing.

My website and the following links have information to learn about my Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process healing system learned from my late father and clan medicine relatives.

I send GRATITUDE to that someone or group of special people that may grant my request for the benefit and healing of Indigenous Nations: www.nativeamericanconcepts.wordpress.comwww.nativeamericacalling.com ;www.youtube.com or Google my full name Patricia Anne Davis Choctaw Navajo.

Cell: 206.778.6721
hozho naasha – walking in beauty & living the loving way

Patricia Anne Davis, MA
Whole Systems Designer, specializing in peace making leadership
Traditional Indian Medicine Diagnostician/Practitioner, specializing in spiritual wellness restoration

October 14th Workshop with Patricia in Portland, OR “Heart to Heart”

Heart to Heart:

Jumpstart your creativity and path to wholeness by living the loving way.

6:30-8:00 pm on Monday, Oct. 14th

At Tabor Space,  5441 SE Belmont Street   Portland, OR

Join us for a workshop on Native American wisdom translated from Dineh oral tradition from visiting presenterPatricia Anne Davis, MA. This workshop teaches how to use an Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process to facilitate a reframe from dualistic thinking to the creative imagination. The phrase “living the loving way” as a way of life requires choosing constructive and life-affirming choices.

Download the Event Flyer: Heart2HeartOct14thflyer

Cell: 206-778-6721
hozho naasha – walking in beauty & living the loving way

Patricia Anne Davis, MA
Whole Systems Designer, specializing in peace making leadership
Traditional Indian Medicine Diagnostician/Practitioner, specializing in spiritual wellness restoration

 Joseph Trinh: “My hope for America is that love can be a currency for spiritual healing and abundance”

The Navajo Concept of the Sacred Shadow Self

We are all a precious child of creator and as such our shadow is also a sacred part of our selves as the precious children of the holy people our ancestors in the context of the natural order in the universe.  This means that our inherent divinity is fore-given to each of us equally manifested as our Conscience, yet people deny this, on a continuum.

This description is from the Dineh language or the people’s words that originates from an Affirmative thinking system and not the Euro-centric thinking system.  Thus, there is no “deficient self-image” to re-mediate to some end state of civilization or enlightenment because we are in a state holiness and wholeness in our sacred-SELF in our sacred place in the universe.

 “…we are Indigenous people identified by our spiritual SELF- identity as earth-surface people and five-fingered people – humane-beings.  We are all a precious child of creator:

Our Dineh name

Our clan family name

Our spiritual language

Our blessingway of life, living the loving as a way of life

Our shadow upon mother earth, as an aspect of our sacred-SELF spiritual identity

Therefore, we are called the holy earth-surface people.[1]

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

Seattle WA: March 18, 2013


1. ©The Navajo Nation Justice Department, Window Rock, AZ: 10/21/08
Translation of the foundation of Dineh law/governing:  Dineh Bi Beehaz aanii Bitse Silei
Patricia Anne Davis, M.A. Choctaw-Navajo/Chahta-Dineh


Origin and Purpose of the concept “Lovecurrency Embassy” by Ambassador Patricia Anne Davis, MA

I grew up seeing through a specialized lens that my late father made available to me in the ceremonial settings where he did miraculous healings for three generations of people.

He was a lovecurrency embassy Ambassador.  I was an observer-participant learning how our thinking destroys or restores our health and life.  This experience became the foundation for my own healing work around the world.  Thus, the concept of a “lovecurrency embassy” was designed from my continuous life-theme of designing safe and supportive ceremonial places to remember and reawaken to our sacred-SELF in our sacred place in the universe.

I am a lovecurrency embassy Ambassador and anyone can learn to become a lovecurrency embassy Ambassador by understanding that intention, visualization and affirmation manifests the co-creative solutions found through experiencing the four phases of healing in the Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process.

As you may know, everywhere in the world people have built an official national government office known as an Embassy for sanctuary and advocacy.  Indigenous people are the most exploited and victimized people but we do not have an Embassy.  For American Indians, such a sacred place is essential for remembering, reawakening and maintaining a spiritual SELF-identity in order to advocate for co-creative solutions
and collective survival.

Indigenous people and American Indians are exiled within our own homeland.  As a conquered people we are considered a people without power and therefore without a voice.  We were taken out of the context of the natural order and conditioned to believe that our only identity is from a deficient self-image. Conversion means to take away and replace.  In the religious conversion process our sacred-SELF at one time was living in balance and harmony within the natural order.  This was taken away by invalidation of the sacred-SELF; then replaced by the deficient self-image in an Inverse thinking system.  The natural order context was made unreal by labeling it as “pagan” and we were forced into claiming the deficient self-image as our identity.  The take away and replace social and religious programming was accomplished through Eurocentric conquering, acculturation and conditioning.

I have translated a Navajo/Dineh concept that means an “offering” to the medicine person who facilitates a healing ceremony to convey the giving and receiving of energy  to restore balance and harmony within and around us.  An offering is an exchange of energy to restore and maintain balance and harmony because life is not all give or all take.  An offering can be food, blankets, jewelry or livestock and in contemporary times it is money understood as a symbol of spiritual energy when intention is used by turning the black side (man-made law) over to the green side (natural order) to  change the context and energy to abundance and not perpetuate “competition or limited resources” and poverty mentality.  This “blesses” your abundance intention.

The concept of “blessing” is an affirmation of the sacred-SELF in our sacred place in the universe that is restored in the practical application as powerwithin to have powerwith others, in order to eliminate the need for conquest and powerover.  Dineh Esoteric living words are hieroglyphs interrelated within the context of the natural order.  Thus, it takes a few or many English terms to accurately describe one Dineh Esoteric word.  A healing ceremony has four phases of healing that lead to curing by correcting of the root-cause that keeps an out-of-balance condition, out-of-balance.  There must be a special place to make an offering for a blessing within a ceremonial process for healing.

I was inspirited to coin a novel and contemporary term from my Vietnamese Refugee friend Joseph Trinh who combined the power of love, relationship, wellness and hope in this statement: “My hope for American is that love can be a currency for the healing of the people.”  I connected the word love and currency into one word and called it lovecurrency as a means of “social medicine” because the Dineh clan system facilitates communication and relationship with creator, the sacred-SELF and with relatives.  “Social medicine” is a form of “love medicine” in a healing ceremony that sets up the optimal conditions for wellness restoration intra-personally and intra-personally simultaneously.

Dineh Esoteric language concepts are described within the context of the natural order.  That is why some terms are italicized and why I run two words together.  They are not English terms in the Euro-centric Dualistic thinking system, but Dineh translations in an Affirmative thinking system.

A lovecurrency embassy can be designed as a place to implement a sacred circle ceremony.  A lovecurrency embassy is a safe and supportive place to empty, without judgment, condemnation and punishment.  It is a place to affirm our spiritual SELF-identity as a precious child of creator.  Because we can all claim our inherent divinity equally, we can become lovecurrency embassy Ambassadors and Wellness Restoration change agents.

If you are in Seattle, please join me for ceremony Saturday, February 16th, 2013 at 5pm

Awaken a New Conscience ~ Ceremony & Meditation

Design a shift from Consciousness to awakening Conscience. In this ceremony we’ll explore the art of co-creative situational leadership skills. This ceremony includes a “Gold Star Meditation” technique that enables you to work safely in spiritual realms by interconnecting your “soul star” with the soul stars of others, all within an etheric network that allows us access to planetary guidance. At a practical level, this technique strengthens the creative imagination to manifest a new Wealthcare paradigm of spiritual health as wellness restoration and authentic wealth.

All my work is translated from the Navajo/Dineh language and those italicized  words notate that.  The meaning and vibration is my way of keeping track of information in English while I exist, speak and write in the Dineh Affirmative thinking system.  For an explanation of the terms above, please visit the glossary


“Remembering the Precious Child” April 17th from 5-7pm at the Convention Center

“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.

Recorded Results from PURE DEMOCRACY Feb 15, 2012

PURE DEMOCRACY: Peacemaking using an Indigenous Change Process  Occupy Seattle, February 15, 2012

Patricia Anne Davis, MA

1. Problem Identification: naming the out-of-balance condition.
Assumption of superiority – Trans-generational disconnect – Misuse of power – Inequity – GREED and fear of lose – FEAR of survival – Asleep to creative gifts.

Core Issue:  the root cause that maintains the out-of-balance condition.
Conquest mentality; Historical documents instituted into infrastructure designed to benefit Colonialists Invaders ; Vatican’s Charter of Liberty defining ownership of land and property, including women; Vatican’s Charter of the Forrest: “Right of Discovery of Pagan Land” – Discovery Doctrine; Papal Bull, regarding American Indian Genocide and the Willie Lynch Letter regarding deconstructing Black people through Slavery.

2. Obstacles: emptying is correcting the obstacles to internal change that maintain the root cause of destructive and death producing choices.
“I am” my deficient self-image which is self-delusion; emptying self-doubt; Irish “keening” is public grieving of death; symbolic “death” of self-image; cleansing and purifying obstacles that are painful.

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.
Win-win decisions for collective survival; remembering that there is a Unity and we are within the Oneness of creation.

4. Co-creative Resolution: manifesting the win-win co-creative solutions.
Design safe and supportive places for emptying without judgment, condemnation or punishment.  Design places to affirm our creative imagination and to our gifts.
Design Process: [powerwithin]

  • 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.
Comradeship and solidarity: Alignment with the authority of our authentic-SELF.
Manifest Process: [to have powerwith others, eliminates the need for powerover]

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

For more explanation on italicized words please visit the Glossary of Translations

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