EP284 Patricia McCabe Navajo Wisdom on the Sacred Feminine, Sacred Masculine, Money & More on Exploring Possibilities

Patricia McCabe, Dine (Navajo) Mother, Grandmother, Activist, Artist, Writer, Ceremonial Leader & International Speaker (http://www.patmccabe.net) takes time to visit with host Sheryl Sitts, MPA, BA, Possibilities Coach & Holistic Practitioner (http://www.sherylsitts.com) to speak about her deepest passions for Earth and humanity at this time. Their conversation features:

  • The importance of defining and beginning to heal the Sacred Masculine and Sacred Feminine. She explains how our understanding of the masculine and feminine has been reshaped to fit the current “power over / power under” paradigm which draws us out of living in harmony with one another and our planet.
  • She expands about money and how important it is that we recognize how satisfying every legal contract in existence on Earth will require more natural resources than we have available. This paradigm has also inspired hoarding and a spirit of competition (winners/losers) rather than cooperation or collaboration. The result is 26 billionaires holding 56% of the world’s wealth, according to Pat.
  • She declares that the “patriarchy” is not really the fault of the masculine, but of this power over / power under paradigm we have been living in since the times of our great grandparents.
  • We discuss how to begin to shift this through money. While it may be our inclination to do away with money, they explore how the energy of money can be transmuted to bring healing to this paradigm.
  • Pat talks about how money originates from life, as does everything at some point. She says “life is crying out for life” and expands on this realization.
  • They touch on the strain on natural resources and use water as an example. Pat discusses the making of soft drinks and other beverages and how much water that takes, as water is in rapidly dwindling supply.
  • Pat discusses how women have suppressed our roles in physical creation through how we treat our monthly cycles and our bodies. She compares that to Native American women of the past and how they managed their cycles with reverence to all that represents.

…and much more! This is a rich and passionate conversation designed to bring hope through action to all who hear it. Enjoy!

Sheryl & Mario Rosales (https://www.MarioRosales.com) invest time, money and energy into this show with the intent that it help us all remember who we really are. Your financial support is deeply appreciated at https://www.JourneyOfPossibilities.com/Support. Thank you!


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