Pat McCabe evening talk

*** PLEASE NOTE**** The venue for this event has changed. The new venue is THE DUTCH CHURCH, 7 AUSTIN FRIARS, EC2N 2HA. This is a 5 minute walk away from St Ethelburga’s. All other events will take place at St Ethelburga’s as advertised.

Join us on Friday April 6, 6.30 pm, when Pat McCabe will be speaking about Indigenous Wisdom of the Feminine.


Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe, will speak about a concept that was given to her spiritually, named “Archetypal Woundings of Humanity,” which will explore the ways in which the so-called witch hunts in Europe affected humanity at large, and how they connect to indigenous peoples. Eight indigenous women from all parts of the planet came to England, as well as Spain, France, Italy, and Germany, to bring a healing ceremony named The Human Reunion Ceremonies to address this wounding. Now, a second archetypal wounding has been named which is related to the first, which has temporarily been described as the wounding of the intellect, and also the wounding of the misuse of science, material science, as primary mediator of “reality.” This relates deeply to the rejection and suppression of many of the gifts of the Feminine as understood by ancient or indigenous culture.

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Pat-McCabe-MythAbout Pat McCabe
Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe, has the honour of being of the Dine (Navajo) Nation. She brings the understanding of Indigenous ways of knowing into discussion and inquiry on Sustainability. She carries the foundation of Beauty and Spirit into places where it has been kept out. Pat is an active participant in Indigenous Peoples gatherings worldwide including 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. She has been a cultural consultant to the Pachamama Alliance, presenting at the 2013and 2014 National Bioneers Conference, and presenting on “The Feminine Design and Sustainability” in the U.S. and Internationally.

She first came to the UK in 2014, as an invited guest to the New Story Summit at Findhorn Community, Scotland. She also visited Devon that year, and returned to lead sessions of the Becoming Indigenous course at Schumacher College in 2015.