Feminine Design: Thriving Life & Indigenous Wisdom with Pat McCabe, Woman Stands Shining

42 Acres, 66 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4LW | Thursday 20 April 2017, 7.00-9.30pm  

Tickets £15

Slow down, unplug, and reconnect with your most beautiful, brilliant, balanced and joyful self, as we explore true feminine design and the indigenous framework for Thriving Life.

A truly special event and opportunity to learn from Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe.

"As we plunge ahead to build empires and race for supremacy we should stop and listen to [the female] song of life. For without the female there is no life".
-    Oren R. Lyons, Spokesman, Traditional Circle of Elders, Faithkeeper of the Turtle Clan, Onondaga Council of Chiefs of the Hau de no sau nee


1900     DOORS OPEN
2100    Q&A
2130    FINISH


Pat McCabe, Woman Stands Shining


Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe, has the honor of being of the Dine (Navajo) Nation. A Life-Bringer, Life-Bearer Mother, writer, artist, activist, speaker and cultural liaison, her work is driven by the study of the Science of Right Relations. Moving from the central knowledge that We, The Five-Fingered-Ones, are born into Beauty, as Beauty, for Joyful Life, she brings the understanding of Indigenous ways of knowing into discussion and inquiry on Sustainability.

Born to a People who have deep understanding and methodology for Restoration, she carries the Beauty Way into places where it has formerly been kept out. She is an active participant in Indigenous Peoples gatherings worldwide most recently in Chile, Belgium, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico and Bali. She has worked with the International Center for Cultural Studies in India and with Sarvodaya with Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne in Sri Lanka, as well as with organizations and gatherings in the U.S. Her recent work includes being a cultural consultant to the Pachamama Alliance, Inner Circle Invitee to the Language of Spirit Dialogue - Dialogue between Quantum Physicists, Linguists, Scientists and Indigenous knowledge keepers. Upcoming work includes the AUM National gathering, Women's teachings In Chile, and work with Israeli and Palestinian women.

The Science of Right Relation and The Feminine Design

Pat believes what the elders have been speaking of, in that: “what we are suffering from at this time on the planet is a crisis of relationship.” She points to the “Ways of Knowing” in indigenous culture as the key to sustainability and restoration of the Planet. She also teaches the role of the feminine in Indigenous practices of spiritually and in relationship to community.

Pat believes that how Indigenous Peoples understand and heal their disrupted ways of living will have everything to do with the solutions the Global Community is seeking. As she participates in these conversations at Global Indigenous gatherings she hopes to be a part of bridging within Indigenous community: youth and elders, western trained and traditional tribal members, tribal identity and global citizenship.

She believes her work can help to bring about global healing, fostering a commitment on all parts to create a Global community which reveres planetary well-being and the remembering of joyous and harmonious existence for all life on Mother Earth.

"The Science of Right Relations and Sustainability” explores:

•      How indigenous peoples around the world have managed to live in one place for more than 1,000 years

•      The crisis of relationship to place in modern, transient cultures

•      How Ways of Knowing embraced by older cultures parallels the diversity that modern science says is key to healthy, thriving system