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” –

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

PAD Headdress TU

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.

PAD NYC Teaching

On One Becoming One Radio: The Lovecurrency with Patricia Anne Davis

One Becoming One Radio  March 23, 2012 from 2pm to 3pm


Hosted By: Erik Lawyer & Sheri Herndon

Event Description

Lovecurrency, a social medicine way shared by Patricia Anne Davis, MA Choctaw-Navajo / Chahta-Dineh, is a synergistic and exponential effect of using power within, from creator, to have power with others. This social medicine is experienced as the act of being loved and of loving others.

What is Lovecurrency?

When living the loving way as a way of life, our identity is experienced through our spiritual family love and our holy relationship. Lovecurrency is a synergistic and exponential effect of using power within, from creator, to have power with others.
This social medicine is experienced as the act of being loved and of loving others.

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Patricia leads The Moment of Peace event in Seattle, Saturday, March 10th 8pm

Washington State Convention Center, On Pike and 8th, downtown

**2nd floor South below escalators by the Juicy Cafe**

Special Meditation lead by Patricia Anne Davis, Navajo Medicine Woman, advocate of win-win decision making for Abundant Living! She will lead us in Remembering and Reawakening to our sacred self in our sacred place in the universe. From this sacred place we can put Love and Peace into immediate action.

Please bring an image of what you love most in this world and add to our momentary collage/alter as we stand together envisioning a world of abundance, joy and peace.

Love Medicine: (listen to recording)


Wednesday, January 11, 2012 –

Love Medicine: (listen) ( Patricia at min 9:00)

In these times of crisis many people around the world are looking for something they can trust and believe in. They are turning to indigenous practices and beliefs to comfort their fears. Many Native people understand that the power and the answers we seek lie within each one of us. Have you ever thought about love as a medicine – a medicine that can heal yourself and those around you? When we speak of love, how do we receive it and how do we give it? What is real love medicine? Our guest is Patricia Anne Davis (Choctaw/Navajo) Indigenous Medicine Diagnostician and Practitioner. Walking in beauty and living the loving way…

hozho naasha – walking in beauty & living the loving way

Hearing the Song of Silence Workshop

April 1, 2012 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Venue: Mind Unwind

Phone: 206-849-7222

Address: Google Map

2206 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA, 98116, United States

Patricia Anne Davis will spend a day at Mind Unwind sharing and interacting ideas surrounding the individual’s liberation through artistry. By hearing the song of silence, our creative imaginations can be awakened. Patricia teaches the idea that when manifestation is centered in the connection of spirit and matter, we can be in touch with our authentic self.

Affirm your “SELF” as a creative change agent. The awakening of the conscience exists in all of us. Patricia’s knowledge of indigenous wisdoms and living in a natural order are inspirational. The morning will begin with fresh fruit and music and an introduction into Patricia’s teachings. We will break for lunch and then Patricia will fill the rest of the afternoon with a more in-depth look at the natural order.

Space is limited, please email to register. This workshop contains a priceless amount of knowledge…your desired donation to support our endeavor is welcomed.


Poem: Beautiful Child


Beautiful Children, we are

All of us
From the EAST, born spiritually holy
Created of the air, fire, water and earth with divine light and love

Beautiful Youth, we are
All of us
From the SOUTH, we learn how to make a living to travel in life

Beautiful Parents, we are
All of us
From the WEST, we gather to celebrate spiritual family love
our fireplace, hearth and home in ceremony

Beautiful Grandparents, we are
All of us
From the NORTH, we renew
SELF-Reverence and Reverence for Mother Earth and Father Sky

Beautiful people, we are
All of us
Traveling the four corn-pollen footsteps with all our relatives
All is created in beauty

Patricia Anne Davis, MA – Whole System Designer, specializing in peacemaking leadership

Blessingway Ceremonial Principles

The Blessingway

by Patricia Anne Davis

To explain the blessing way, spiritual-cultural concepts are translated from the Dineh language into appropriate English descriptions to convey universal health and healing concepts from Dineh oral tradition.

Blessingwayhozhooji: a ceremony to awaken one to natural order (hozho); choosing constructive and life-affirming choices; healing from intentions and decisions that destroy oneself and others.

Navajo ceremonies do not require a conversion process of taking away the precious child within the natural order, and replacing this spiritual SELF-identity with a deficient self-image that has to be re-mediated to some desired end state of progress.

Once awakened to the natural order, we begin living the loving wayhozhooji: literal translation of the blessingway ceremony as translated by my paternal aunt. It is a way of living in reverent revolution, of making decisions that are constructive and life affirming.

Two main ceremonies: Protectionway and Blessingway

These two main ceremonies offer protection from contaminants like the maladaptive emotions of hate, jealousy, anger, guilt, fear, etc. and toxins from the environment.

Five major ceremonies: As five-fingered people, this corresponds to five major ceremonies that every child in the world could benefit by.

  1. Blessingway: the blessing way honors the divine feminine as a nurturer.
  2. Protectionway: divine masculine as a protector-provider.
  3. Purification and cleansing: numerous with specific names for specific purposes.
  4. Spiritual renewal: a nine-day ceremony for spiritual renewal.
  5. Journey to spirit world: the ceremony for a person on their journey to the spirit world.
The Journey Through the Four Worlds

The Navajo creation story speaks about the people traveling through four worlds into the current world from the place of emergence within the four sacred mountains.  This represents the concept that there is one mother of us all because our body is composed of earth.

The word for mountain is the same word for spiritual strength.  Every child is born through the water and through the birth canal.  The element of fire is our temperature and we inhale and exhale with the creator’s holy breath.  This air originates from the physical sun and radiates to the trees where we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.

The miracle of life that we call photosynthesis is what Navajos call the creator’s holy breath.  We are instructed to use this holy breath for speaking living words that heal.  This is why our medicine people are called “singers”.  They sing a person back to balance, harmony with creator, themselves and others within the natural order.

The journey through the four worlds was required to restore balance and harmony from misusing life energy for destructive and death-producing choices.  There is a consequence in violating the natural order.  This is not punishment, condemnation or judgment, just consequence and a message to correct the out-of-balance life condition.

Dis-ease/Disease-                    *Wellbeing Continuum

Inverse Thinking System          *Affirmative Thinking System
Deficient self image                     *Sacred-SELF intellect
Allopathic                                      *Holographic holistic thinking
Abyss – Co-opt – Coping –        *Healing Process – Curing –

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

Patricia Anne Davis in the Spirit of Ma’at July 2011

Hozhooji — Living the Loving Way:

Awakening to the Natural Order with the Ceremonial Change Process

By Patricia Anne Davis, MA Choctaw-Navajo/Chahta-Dineh
Edited by Carol Hiltner and Karah Pino

Published in the Spirit of Ma’at July 2011

An excerpt is below, click title for entire article:

Patricia Anne Davis is an authentic Indigenous medicine person by tribal lineage, initiation, training, and experience. She has held Indigenous wisdom and knowledge [1] for a lifetime. Her soul commitment is to communicate this wisdom and knowledge to support healing of humanity’s out-of-balance conditions, through the long-prophesied reawakening of humanity to live in harmony and balance within the natural order. To do this, she must translate not just between the Dineh and English languages, but between two thinking systems.

Hozhooji is, in the sacred Dineh language, a blessingway ceremony for remembering and reawakening to our sacred self-identity as a precious child of creator. It is a celebration of hozho, an all-encompassing concept of holiness and wholeness. The ending ji, means to sing someone back to health.

There are five major Dineh healing ceremonies [2] of which hozhooji(blessingway) and protectionway are two. All ceremonies are for a specific purpose and they all follow the phases of healing to reawaken a person. Literally, hozhooji translates to living the loving way, as a way of life. This means choosing constructive and life-affirming choices.

At this time, I am called to publicly share Indigenous wisdom and knowledge to educate about how humanity can heal itself. This is a challenging task, because it involves more than a translation from one language to another. It requires communicating an entirely different system of thinking-one that most people don’t even know exists. A single word in Dineh is an interconnected hieroglyph. To understand this interconnectedness requires a thought reversal process – a reframing from one thinking system to a completely different one.

Patricia’s presence in Altai this summer serves several purposes in service of Mother Earth:

1) She is providing ceremonial structure to an open group from four continents, called the Altai Fellowship ( On August 13th at the foot of sacred Mt. Bellukha in the Altai Mountains of Siberia, the fellowship will be singing open an energy portal. They will tap into a “reserve” egg of life force that has been prepared by the Brotherhood of Light for Mother Earth in time of need. Over the following week, will transmit the energy onto the global light grid, to be grounded by light workers around the world. Due to border-related travel restrictions, it is not possible for additional people to be at Mt. Belukha to transmit. However, people all over the world are encouraged to ground the energy locally, amplifying their effectiveness by gathering groups. Preparatory ceremony for grounding groups will begin on July 30th. All information is online at

2) Both formally under the auspices of UNESCO, and informally in gatherings,she is sharing the Ceremonial Change Process in her powerfully experiential way, with local Altai people, educators, and government officials.

3) Through these activities (especially by facilitation of the global grounding groups), she is fulfilling worldwide Indigenous prophecies of the rebalancing of human intention from destructive to constructive within the natural order.

Natural Order as an Open Social System

Patricia's Graphic for the Ceremonial Change Process

Click to Enlarge

To the left, you will find a graphic representation of the transcendence that occurs when the Closed System of Disease that is designed for failure is re-framed into the Open system of the Natural Order during the Ceremonial Change Process.

The first thing to understand about the Navajo language is that it is spoken in an Affirmative thinking system within the natural order as described in the examples of time and cardinal direction correlated with blessing way principles moving clockwise.

Typically, English is spoken symbolically in a triangle and in a different thinking system.  It is in the context of hierarchy, patriarchy and describes everyone in their deficient self-image, which must be remediated into some end-state of civilization or enlightenment.

English is abstract.  It is a trade and commerce language.  Navajo is descriptive and exact.  Therefore, healing ceremonies are exact and actual in the natural order, which is not religion, philosophy or theory.

There are four phases to every healing process that leads to curing, not coping.  Before defining them, one must know that the healing process does not exist in the English language thinking system, but it can be described to convey the integrity of the sacred meaning of Navajo words.

The term “Navajo” is an imposed name.  We Dineh have several spiritual names that identify us to the creator as a precious child of divine creation, made of earth-physical, water-emotive, fire-mental and air-spiritual.  Corn is the symbol of food as social medicine within the economic relationships of the clan system.  Our spiritual names are inclusive and universal in application to all people. One name is “earth-surface people”, another is “five-fingered” people and another is the affirmation: “I am a precious child of creator”.

Consequences of Closed System Thinking

When a person makes decisions that are destructive and death-producing, this is considered misuse of thinking by using thinking for what it is not for.  All ceremonies correct erroneous thinking that “tell” the body wrong information.  Every out-of-balance condition is a consequence of saying “yes” to destructive and death-producing choices and saying “no” to constructive and life-affirming choices.

When a person denies the unifying principle that all creation is Inter-related, this is “stress”.  All of the diseases are a consequence of denying our oneness with the creator’s will-to-love.  All Navajo healing ceremonies reawaken a person to their true spiritual Self-identity as a precious child of creator made of the four sacred  elements: air-spiritual; fire-mental; water-emotive; earth-physical body.  When any one of these elements is out of balance, there is dis-ease with creator’s will-to-love that manifests as disease.

Living Hozho, in the Natural Order

The Navajo language is a spiritual language spoken with living words that manifest vibrations for affirming truth in the laws of nature or the natural order of time and direction from East-thinking, West-planning, South-decision making for collective survival and North-equity in restoring resources to the next generation moving clockwise within temporal time and cardinal direction.

For example: sunrise, mid-day, sunset, mid-night; spring, summer, fall, winter; child, youth, adult, and elder.  Also, white people, red people, yellow people and black people, all born equal in the sacred circle of life within the holiness and wholeness of hozho.  There is no concept of separation from creator or from the natural order.  There is only the principle of making constructive and life-affirming choices.


What is Lovecurrency*?

When living the loving way as a way of life, our identity is experienced through our spiritual family love and our holy relationship.  Lovecurrency is a synergistic and exponential effect of using power within, from creator, to have power with others.

This social medicine is experienced as the act of being loved and of loving others.

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

Learn more about these blessingway healings: