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Coming into Right Relations

An Evening with Indigenous Wisdom Keepers

Friday, November 3, 2017

San Francisco, CA

Coming Into Right Relations

Ancient prophecy speaks of the time when the Eagle and Condor will fly together, bridging what divides us and leading us toward wholeness.

Event Description

Join us for a powerful evening with wisdom keepers Manari Ushigua (Sápara), Woman Stands Shining/ Pat McCabe (Lakota, Navajo/Diné), and John Perkins (multiple traditions) as they guide a collective conversation and exploration into healing the relationship between ancient wisdom and modern science, the sacred feminine and sacred masculine, the heart and mind.

Event Details

  • Friday, November 3, 2017
  • Doors open at 6:30 PM
  • Tickets cost $25 each and no one will be turned away for lack of resources.

Reserve Your Spot

Discover a deeper sense of oneness, connection and the fullest potential that's available to you.


Where to Find the Event

The Observation Post at the Presidio
211 Lincoln Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94129

About Our Special Guests

Join indigenous wisdom keepers and key Pachamama Alliance allies in a powerful experiential inquiry and conversation into how to practically weave earth-based wisdom into our modern lives at this critical time.

Manari Ushigua

Manari Ushigua

Manari Ushigua is a Sápara indigenous leader and close collaborator of the Pachamama Alliance. His father was considered the last great shaman of his people and bestowed several of his gifts and wisdom to Manari, and continues to guide him in dreams. The Sápara Nation, numbering about 500 people total, has received “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” recognition by the U.N because their unique language and culture are in danger of disappearing. Their ancestral lands in the Ecuadorian Amazon, however, still face imminent threat of oil exploitation

Learn more about Manari

Pat McCabe

Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe

Pat McCabe is a Diné (Navajo) medicine woman, international speaker, teacher and ceremonial leader. Her parents were part of the government forced boarding school program resulting in an upbringing of strict western academia. She rediscovered and reclaimed her indigenous identity as a young adult, largely with the support and guidance of elders in the Lakota tradition, and has gone on to be one of the most well respected indigenous leaders in North America. Pat’s keen understanding of the western intellectual way combined with her full embodiment of the indigenous worldview make her a treasured resource for our time. She is a longtime friend and ally of the Pachamama Alliance and was the first indigenous person trained to facilitate the Awakening the Dreamer Symposium nearly a decade ago.

Learn more about Pat

John Perkins

John Perkins

A former chief economist at a major international consulting firm, John Perkins is a Co-founder of the Pachamama Alliance and a New York Times bestselling author of the acclaimed book Confessions of an Economic Hitman. John has trained with master shamans from around the world and draws inspiration from both his experience in economics and indigenous spiritual practices to inform his work.

Learn more about John

One of 4 Events with the Pachamama Alliance Community

This is one of 4 events happening in the same week to gather friends and supporters of Pachamama Alliance. They are an opportunity to connect even deeper with the work and community of the Pachamama Alliance, and we hope you will join us for all of them!


San Francisco Annual Luncheon Fundraiser

Join Pachamama Alliance leaders to learn about our initiative to permanently protect the Sacred Headwaters region of the Amazon rainforest

November 2 | 12-1:30PM

Pachamama Alliance Community Gathering

Connect with other changemakers to share challenges, experiences and tools for working toward a thriving, just and sustainable future.

November 3 | 1-3PM

Awakening the Dreamer Symposium

Find your role and contribution to creating a new future that honors and sustains life in Awakending the Dreamer.

November 5 | 3-5PM