The Thriving Life Paradigm

March 5, 2021 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (PST)

ConnectIONS Live!

We are delighted to welcome Diné (Navajo) activist, artist, writer and ceremonial leader, Pat McCabe, to our ConnectIONS Live Series when we’ll explore what a paradigm for thriving life could look like. According to Indigenous wisdom, every single member of the Sacred Hoop of Life has a perfect design to uphold its part of the Hoop — including humanity. As cracks in foundational beliefs begin to appear, as imposed knowledge gives way to inner feeling, inner knowing, and inner perceiving, we are now in a perfect position to reconsider this honor we have been gifted, this place humanity has in the circle.

Friday, March 5, 2021
11:00 am – 12:15pm (Pacific)


Please register even if you can’t attend live and you’ll receive an email with a link to the recording.

We are in a perfect position to reconsider, in all new ways, aspects of our perfect design for thriving life. What does it mean to have come here as masculine? What does it mean to have come here as feminine? Who are we? And how are we all related? Please join us on Friday, March 5th as we explore these rising opportunities from an indigenous perspective.


Pat McCabePat McCabe (Weyakpa Najin Win, Woman Stands Shining) is a Diné (Navajo) mother, grandmother, activist, artist, writer, ceremonial leader, and international speaker. She is a voice for global peace, and her paintings are created as tools for individual, earth, and global healing. She draws upon the Indigenous sciences of Thriving Life to reframe questions about sustainability and balance, and she is devoted to supporting the next generations — Women’s Nation and Men’s Nation — in being functional members of the “Hoop of Life” and upholding the honor of being human. Her primary work at the moment is:

  • The reconciliation between the masculine and feminine, Men’s Nation and Women’s Nation
  • Remembering, recreating, or creating a new a narrative for the Sacred Masculine
  • Addressing the Archetypal Wounding that occurred in our misunderstanding and abuse of technology in prayer, ceremony, and science





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