Patricia Anne Davis brings Authentic Indigenous Wisdom Comes to Mt. Shasta, CA March 19-26

Patricia Anne Davis, MA, will be offering group and private sessions in Wellness Restoration in Mt. Shasta, CA March 19-26, 2017. 

patricia-in-frameThis is the path of the blessedway teaching, focusing on the unifying principles of Indigenous Knowledge & Wisdom that we are all equally, inherently whole and precious, and one with all creation. 
We are sending out this invitation with short notice and it is her first time to Mt. Shasta. There are two scheduled events, and and open invitation to you to propose other engagements or schedule private sessions (can be one-on-one, two-on-one, family, or even for a business or non-profit). 

Please email or call Will Cooper at 312-966-9046 asap to schedule something, as the time will fill up very quickly.  In attending an event or private session, please offer a financial donation to your ability, enabling Patricia to continue sharing this healing work.  Also, no one will be turned away for lack of funds.  We invite you to help spread the word of Patricia’s time in the region, i.e. sharing this post, getting in touch, help make flyers, etc.

 
The two public events initially scheduled (no RSVP necessary):
 
-Sunday, March 19th, 10am – 5pm  –  Awakening Our Sacred Self in the Universe, at 304 S. Mt. Shasta Blvd, Mt. Shasta, CA (The Cooper House).

This day will focus on remembering the unifying principles of power within to have power with others, eliminating the need for power over others. 
It is all about our remembering, reawakening, restoring and celebrating our holiness & wholeness, manifest in our personal, professional and community life.  This day will include two sessions, 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm with a lunch break between.  Come to either one separately, or come to both.
Saturday, March 25th, 3pm – 5pm  –  Gold Star Meditation Technique, at 304 S. Mt. Shasta Blvd, Mt. Shasta, CA.
For those interested in an esoteric meditation that cleanses and purifies the aura, Patricia will be offering this class in which she teaches safe, effective posture and breathing for accessing one’s soul purpose and life mission for right livelihood and collective survival.
 
Patricia was born into the lineage of authentic
Navajo/Dineh clan medicine people.  She has been trained by her elders her whole life and was initiated by her late father at age 8 into a healing system that is curing, not coping.  She is now 70 years old and has been sharing these cross-cultural principles, passed from generation to generation, her whole life.  She has traveled upon invitation to teach in nine countries as an international teacher and healer.  She has worked in the health and human services profession for over 20 years, including behavioral health, mental health, and social services in various positions from outreach to director.  With a BA in Psychology and an MA in Whole Systems Design, Patricia has studied philosophy, culture, world religion, psychology, and metaphysics her whole adult life in order to translate, simplify, and accurately convey the sequencing of a ceremonial healing process.  Patricia specializes in the art of making distinctions to guide people from the Inverse thinking system into the Affirmative thinking system, describing and illustrating the natural order context. The sequencing of the Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process that she designed to translate and simplify universal esoteric healing concepts of oneness aligns our creative imagination for win-win, constructive and life-producing choices, decisions and outcomes.
Patricia’s website is NativeAmericanConcepts.wordpress.com.  You can also find approximately 10 videos of her on Youtube by searching her whole name.
 
“I first met Patricia four years ago in ceremony and was soon sponsoring her to share these principles in New York City.  Patricia quickly became my most valuable teacher in shining a light, again and again, and from all different angles, on my inherent inner knowing of the fully inclusive preciousness of all life.” -Will Cooper, Event Organizer
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Working Together for All – Next Eco Summit in Ashland: June 4th and 5th

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Be part of the change!  YOU ARE ESSENTIAL.

The second quarterly Eco Summit is coming to Ashland June 4th and 5th at the Historic Ashland Armory.  Each Eco Summit brings the community together to create a viable future by building on the work of the previous Summits.

Are you concerned about how to improve and support our communities’ emergency preparedness, carbon footprint, food security, economic infrastructure, and social equality?  Are you ready to craft a resilient and regenerative local culture where all life thrives? Do you want to build a world that we are proud to leave for the next generation?
Come spend two days with local policy makers, activists, professionals, business owners, students, teachers, scientists, technologists, and citizens of every age as we discuss and draft blueprints for our ideal Eco City.

The Eco Summit – June 4th and 5th, from 9 am to 6 pm, at the Historical Ashland Armory – Working Together For All.

 

To become involved, visit www.theecosummit.com.

The Eco Summit is always free and all-inclusive.  Download the flyer here:  eco summit flyerNEW

Feb 19-21, 2016 Eco Summit in Ashland, OR Patricia Anne Davis Facilitates Ceremonial Change Process for regenerative infrastructure and how to transition into our future

You Are Essential

FREE & OPEN TO ALL

The Historic Ashland Armory

3:00 PM on Sat and Sun – CEREMONIAL CHANGE PROCESS (AS GROUP) W/ PATRICIA ANNE DAVIS

The Eco Summit is a three day event addressing the common challenges of our bioregion and cultures to produce solutions, with a focus on indigenous principles and co-creative leadership models, for clean water, green power, localized food systems, humane policy, self health care, regenerative economy, and forest husbandry.

A citizen’s review of the current operating systems and how we can transition in to a future of regenerative infrastructure.  We will examine how to support local economy and local production, while getting the best possible nutrition to your table.  Come discover unreleased alternatives to petroleum and contribute to the blueprint for how to proceed. The possibilities are elegant, numerous, and inspiring.

FRIDAY:  DOORS OPEN AT 10:00 AM
11:00 AM – WELCOME SPEECH
11:30 AM – FILM: INHABIT
1:00 PM – LUNCHEON
2:00 PM – FILM: YERT
4:00 PM – MAPPING W/ FERANANDA IBARRA
5:00 PM – NETWORKING
DOORS CLOSE AT 6:00 PM

SATURDAY: DOORS OPEN AT 10:00 AM
11:00 AM – REVIEW CURRENT SYSTEMS  (WITHIN SECTORS)

12:00 NOON – ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS  (WITHIN SECTORS)

1:00 PM –  BREAKOUT WORKSHOPS  (WITHIN SECTORS)

2:00 PM – ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSONS  (WITHIN SECTORS)

3:00 PM – CEREMONIAL CHANGE PROCESS (AS GROUP) W/ PATRICIA ANNE DAVIS

4:00 PM – BREAKOUT WORKSHOPS (WITHIN SECTORS)

5:00 PM – ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS (WITHIN SECTORS)

DOORS CLOSE AT 6:00

SUNDAY:   DOORS OPEN AT 10:00
11:00 AM – REVIEW PREVIOUS WORK (WITHIN SECTORS)
12:00 NOON – FORMALIZE SYSTEMS PROPOSALS (WITHIN SECTORS)
1:00 PM – PRESENT & DISCUSS PROPOSALS (AS GROUP)
2:00 PM – REVIEW & REFINE PROPOSALS (AS GROUP)
3:00 PM – CEREMONIAL CHANGE PROCESS (AS GROUP) W/ PATRICIA ANNE DAVIS
4:00 PM – REVIEW PROPOSALS (WITHIN SECTORS)
5:00 PM – FINALIZE PROPOSALS (AS GROUP)DOORS CLOSE AT 6:00 PM

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE  TAJ INDIAN CUISINE WILL BE PROVIDING FOOD FOR PURCHASE DURING THE SUMMIT. TAJ will be providing both vegetarian and meat options for the catered luncheon.  Please bring your RSVP card to the event. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN DISHES TO REDUCE WASTE– THANK YOU!

More info from the Eco Summit Facebook Page:

All of the members of the core production team live within the Rogue Valley. The executive producer has lived in the area since 2001 and has been working in organizational activism in Ashland and Williams since 2004. Many groups – such as KS WILD, Pollinator Project Rogue Valley, Families for Food Freedom, the Herb Pharm, and Peace Productions – who will be volunteering as moderators and peacekeepers during the event are local.

The Summit is centered around roundtable discussions and breakout workshops, facilitating participant-oriented wholistic systems redesign.

The Summit is intended to focus on design and wholistic solutions, working with city and county officials, local organizations, community groups, and citizens from all demographics in order to draft plans for policy that benefits all. You are welcome to attend and participate or attend and observe.

Oct 9-11, Patricia Anne Davis Speaks on the Root Cause of War and Violence in Seattle

Friday, Oct 9: an evening session focused on Gender Equity hosted by the Women of Wisdom Foundation Location: Amazing Grace Church – Ballard – 2007 NW 61st St, Seattle, WA 98107  Buy Tickets: http://womenofwisdom.org/exploring-the-root-cause-of-war-and-violence/

Sat and Sun, Oct 10-­11:a weekend intensive at Compassion House

Learn about the indigenous ceremonial change process to re-frame the issues of systemic and interpersonal violence and find creative applications of this wisdom for your own life. Both events open to men and women.  Location:  Compassion House, North Seattle  Reserve your seat below.

PAD PortraitFriday October 9: Gender Equity and the Root Cause of Violence against Women

Experience the reframe from Violence to Peace. Explore the practical application of Native American Concepts with Navajo Wisdom Keeper Patricia Anne Davis, MA. Be inspired to learn the Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process for holistic healing by experiencing blessed way principles for living the loving way.

Location: Amazing Grace Church – Ballard – 2007 NW 61st St, Seattle, WA 98107

Sat and Sun, Oct 10-11:  Fear for survival leads to Enemy Creation, both internal and external.

Domestic violence, lateral violence, systemic violence, incarceration, terrorism and war are the outcomes of the twisted thinking of separation and isolationism.

When we remember and reawaken to our sacred-SELF in our sacred place in the universe, we restore our humaneness, relearn peacemaking and return to the harmony of our family of humanity.

PATRICIA ANNE DAVIS has a lifetime of training as a Practitioner and Diagnostician of Navajo/Dineh blessingway ceremonial healing principles that are cross­cultural, inter­generational, inclusive and universal in practical application. She is an International Teacher, Speaker and Consultant.

Patricia Anne Davis, International Teacher of Indigenous Wisdom returns to Ashland, Oregon August 13-26, 2015

Building Resilient Communities Through Life Affirming Infrastructure

Dates, Venues and Workshops listed below

Aug 14-16  Peace Village Festival: Jackson Wellsprings

“Embracing Inner Peace” – www.PeaceVillageFestival.org

Aug 19th   The Ashland Haven: Ceremonial Change Process for Remembering the Sacred Self

6:30pm-8:30pm Donation Appreciated.  Children Welcome

Aug 20th  Bellview Grange:  Media and Workshop for Building Resilient Community

6:30pm-9pm  Free and Open to All

Aug 26th  The Ashland Haven:  A Conversation on Indigenous Principles in Modern Culture

6:30pm-8:30pm Tea Ceremony by Tea Ally

Call (541) 200-4404 for more information

Individual Sessions Available

Specializing in Veteran Recovery, Anger Management, Addiction Counseling

Training for Psychologists and Medical Professionals

Mediation for Families and Teens

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Co-creative Situational Leadership: 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:  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: This is a values clarification process to remember and reawaken our sacred self in our sacred place in the universe, beneficial to everyone interested in productive living.

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Exploring the Root Cause of War and Violence with Patricia Anne Davis in Seattle October 9-12. Please Pre-register to help us plan!

PAD PortraitExploring the Root Cause of War and Violence with Patricia Anne Davis 

Join Patricia on Friday, Oct 9 for an evening session focused on Gender Equity and on Sat and Sun, Oct 10-­11 for a weekend intensive indigenous ceremonial change process to reframe the issues of systemic and interpersonal violence and find creative applications of this wisdom for your own life. Both events open to men and women

Cost for the weekend event will depend on how many people can attend.  Please pre-register below.  Discounts for students and veterans available and partial scholarships in exchange for help promoting and scheduling the event happily offered.

Friday October 9: Gender Equity and the Root Cause of Violence against Women

Experience the reframe from Violence to Peace. Explore the practical application of Native American Concepts with Navajo Wisdom Keeper Patricia Anne Davis, MA. Be inspired to learn the Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process for holistic healing by experiencing blessed way principles for living the loving way.

Location: Amazing Grace Church – Ballard – 2007 NW 61st St, Seattle, WA 98107

Sat and Sun, Oct 10-11:  Fear for survival leads to Enemy Creation, both internal and external.

Domestic violence, lateral violence, systemic violence, incarceration, terrorism and war are the outcomes of the twisted thinking of separation and isolationism.

When we remember and reawaken to our sacred-SELF in our sacred place in the universe, we restore our humaneness, relearn peacemaking and return to the harmony of our family of humanity.

PATRICIA ANNE DAVIS has a lifetime of training as a Practitioner and Diagnostician of Navajo/Dineh blessingway ceremonial healing principles that are cross­cultural, inter­generational, inclusive and universal in practical application. She is an International Teacher, Speaker and Consultant.

Patricia Anne Davis in NYC Opening ceremony for “WORLD YOGA COMMUNITY”, “International Day of Yoga Celebration” and 15th annual “Yoga Festival in New York City.

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Patricia Anne Davis Teaching the Principles of the Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process

Patricia Anne Davis NYC Flyer I was taught an Esoteric Meditation that is called Raja Yoga, meaning spiritual mind power by strengthening the “Rainbow Bridge” from the intellect to the soul and I have practiced this daily for 40 years in order to sincerely manifest my soul purpose and life mission through meditation, learning and service in the world. Now, as an International Teacher/Healer I am in NYC where East Indians meet an American Indian.

 

Patricia Anne Davis NYC PosterMy teachers eventually wrote the books The Rainbow Bridge Part I and Part ll by “Two Disciples” and I studied Metaphysical classics like Alice a. Bailey since 1977, while I was simultaneously a Psychology student at the University of Arizona where I was honored with the Bahti Award for “Excellence in Scholarship and Community Service, 1982 upon graduating. – Patricia Anne Davis International Teacher and Facilitator

 

Patricia Anne Davis in NYC

Dileepkumar Thankappan’s regular evening Mantra & Meditation class with Secret Native American teachings by guest Grandmothers Lygia DeCastro and Patricia Anne Davis

 

 

Patricia Anne Davis in NYC at Pinkster and the NYC New Museum Ideas City Festivals and more until June 9th

Saturday May 30th at the African Burial Ground National Monument:

Opening of the Way for Blessings” – Patricia Anne Davis, MA, Choctaw-Navajo International Teacher and Healer‘s third year speaking at this event in Manhattan NYC.

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From about the 1690s until 1794, both free and enslaved Africans were buried in a 6.6-acre burial ground in Lower Manhattan, outside the boundaries of the settlement of New Amsterdam, later known as New York.

The African Burial Ground National Monument, in partnership with the African American Pinkster Committee of New York (AAPCNY) annually celebrates and invites the general public to a commemorative celebration featuring the pouring of libations, lectures, songs, performances, reading of proclamations, and the laying of flowers on the burial mounds.

Saturday May 30th at the City Festival sponsored by NYC New Museum: ideas-city.org

Leading the Way to Inspire Win-Win Decisions for Planetary Restoration” Led by Patricia Anne Davis, MA, Choctaw-Navajo International Teacher and Facilitator

The third and final day of the Festival will transform the streetscape into a temporary city of ideas, redefining public space and architecture. One hundred cultural and community groups will come together to share their ideas through hands-on workshops, performances, tours, and exhibitions.

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About IDEAS CITY
IDEAS CITY is a major collaborative initiative between hundreds of arts, education, and civic organizations centered on the belief that culture is fundamentally vital to urban growth and innovation. This keynote address will anchor three days of conferences, debates, performances, activities on the street, and artistic interventions that will transform the Bowery neighborhood in downtown Manhattan into a multi-platform incubator that will examine urban issues, propose solutions, and seed concrete actions. The Festival will take place May 28–30, 2015, and this year’s theme—The Invisible City—will explore questions of transparency and surveillance, citizenship and representation, expression and suppression, and the enduring quest for visibility.

Upcoming events:

Monday June 1st, NYC Bahai Center: “Advocating for Peacemaking Co-creative Solutions” with Patricia Anne Davis, MA, Choctaw-Navajo

Saturday June 6th, Romemu Service for “…social action and to service that flows from an identification with the sacredness of all life”: Judaism for Body, Mind and Spirit. Patricia Anne Davis Speaks on: “Remembering the Sacred-SELF in our Sacred Place in the Universe”

Patricia Anne Davis Speaking on a panel at the 20th Navajo Studies Conference in Flagstaff, AZ on May 28th

20th Navajo Studies Conference

PRE-CONFERENCE on Diné Language Revitalization
Yideeską́ą́góó Dinék’eh Nitsáhákees, Éé’deetįįh, dóó%Hódzą’ Bee Ániit’éedoo

UA FlagstaffNavajo knowledge and experiences for our future
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
Thursday, May 28, 2015  1:00@5:00 pm

Three workshops will be offered pertaining to Diné language revitalization efforts, teaching methods, related technology, and more.

Pre registration is required to participate in this event

Thanks to the support of the Lannan Foundation, the registration fee for the Pre Conference has been reduced to only $25!!

The Navajo Studies Conference began at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque in 1986 where non-Navajo scholars, led by co-founders Charlotte Frisbie and David Brugge, sought a forum to collate and disseminate some of the information they had gathered over decades of study of Navajo culture and history. They recognized that much of this information was relevant and significant to the future of the Navajo Nation.

Registration is $25 per person and is a separate fee from the conference.

This Week in Ashland at The Historic Armory and The Haven: Community Healing and Wellness through Universal Indigenous Wisdom by Navajo Ceremonial Lineage Holder, Patricia Anne Davis, MA, ​Choctaw Navajo/Chahta Dineh

After a lifetime of serving through ceremonial healing and teaching, traveling to 9 countries to share this gift, Patricia Anne Davis is delighted to make her first major appearances to Ashland, OR this week.

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0516151020Due to a recent health emergency, Patricia’s major Ashland event is a last minute surprise booking for Sunday, May 24th, 12 5pm at the Historic Ashland Armory. She will still be holding her previously scheduled engagement at The Haven in Ashland on Friday, May 22nd, 6 8pm. Both events are by donation.

The Armory event will offer two main time slots with differing areas of focus on Sunday.

12-2pm will be all inclusive focus of life affirming, win win Indigenous wisdom.

3 5pm will focus on veterans of war, people struggling with addiction, and the teaching of balanced relationships.

2 3pm will be potluck, mingling, and tea ceremony. Everyone is welcome to all parts of the day, as everyone will receive something of value for any portion attended.

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Events: Friday, May 22nd, 6-8pm The Haven, Ashland Sunday, May 24th, 12-5pm The Historic Ashland Armory, Ashland Patricia offers great care and precision in reframing all distorted perceptions, concepts, systems back into the knowing of our inherent and equal divinity with all nature. She calls this a “curing, as opposed to a coping”, “a universally experienced truth, as opposed to a competing Western philosophy or religion.”

This curing directly relates to all ailments in the physical body, as well as all questions of how we live as humans on this planet. Patricia is also available to be scheduled for one on one or group sessions in the Ashland area now through May 25th. She accepts honorariums, workshop tuition, consultant and training fees, and Ceremonial Monetary Offerings.​​

Another way to support Patricia’s work in a win win situation is to​ ​order a one of a kind designer Ceremonial Shawl. The Armory event will include guest organizations: The Tea Ally, O.N.E.space’s The Heart Warrior Project, and others. We welcome groups serving the greater community in win win dynamics to participate in some fashion.

If you have interest to be involved, please contact Will Cooper: ​licensetolive@gmail.com The Tea Ally (​www.TheTeaAlly.com​) is a non profit focusing on the power of Tea to support veterans, incarcerated populations, and at risk youth. It’s founder, Joshua Alan Young, will be holding tea ceremony 2 3pm and will share information for his organization’s services.