Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe)
Re-Membering the Sacred Hoop of Life
Watch Pat’s interview right here!
Human Reunion Part Two: South Africa
In her interview, Pat speaks about a gathering of women who are coming together in South Africa in November 2018 for profound global healing. This collaboration & offering are done completely free and based on donations. If you’d like to learn more and contribute to Human Reunion Part Two: South Africa, click here.
The gathering will be held near the UNESCOs World Heritage Site, ‘The Cradle of Human-kind’, Gauteng, Johannesburg, South Africa. Its mission: To contribute to the world by sharing ancient sustainable wisdom that will support humankind to live in balance with the Earth and all living beings and to enhance the necessity to live as One Human Family with compassion and understanding.
Other opportunities to engage with Pat:
Join Pat for an unforgettable experience in New Mexico! Each year, she leads two retreats which are coordinated by the Pachamama Alliance.
2019 dates have not yet been announced, but you can click each date below to learn more about the 2018 retreats:
You can CLICK HERE and sign up to receive emails from the Pachamama Alliance to receive notifications about Pat’s 2019 events.
Pat’s Website: https://www.patmccabe.net
Pat McCabe, known as 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 has appeared in two documentary films: SEEDing Change and Journeying to Turtle Island and has presented at numerous conferences, events, and indigenous gatherings around the world including Bali, Belgium, Chile, Ecuador, England, India, Italy, Mexico City, Peru, Scotland, Sri Lanka, and in the U.S., as well as the national Bioneers Conference and the International Healing Conference in Bali.
She lives in Taos, New Mexico, and hopes all peoples of the earth "can learn from Indigenous experience and re-member themselves and their own birth-right relationship with this Mother Earth." She draws upon the deep Indigenous sciences of thriving life to reframe inquiries about sustainability and balance, and she is devoted to supporting the next generations, the Women’s Nation and the Men’s Nation in being functional members of the Hoop of Life and upholding the honor of being human.