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with Maria Yraceburu

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Susun Weed interviews Maria Yraceburu, native american philospher, educator and community leader

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Maria Yraceburu is an Apache idealist Tlish Diyan philosopher, educationist, painter and community council maria yraceburuleader. She is commonly regarded as the most important Tlish Diyan thinker, with interpretations of EarthWisdom that denies the polarity of the contemporary thought.

Born Maria Yraceburu in Downey, California, her childhood name was Naylin 'iskinihi. Her father was a captain in the army during Viet Nam. She learned the traditional ways of her heritage from Grandfather Juan Ten Bears Yraceburu.

afternoonKnown as Naakai Ts'ilsoose ("Returning Star) in traditional indigenous circles, she served as a guardian to various indigenous elders until being sent on her Warrior's Task to share the vision of the new time with the world in 1973.

Yraceburu became a successful ceremonialist and is known for the energetic timing she accesses in all of her work, choreographing healing and life celebration.and was presented a honoring "ecopsychology" degree in 1999.

In 1999, while working in Santa Rosa, California, she had her first short story published in an anthology compiled by Arielle Ford, and made one of the earliest references to her Tlish Diyan life philosophy, a storyteller manner transported readers from the linear thinking of contemporary thought to newly-acquaited possibilities found in ancient prophecy.heart

While working in Santa Rosa, she and life partner Lynda, also worked through traditional ways to rehabilitated drug addicts, and reconstructed what was lost by the battered women. Though she was acknowledge by her tradition, she was ostracized for 50% white blood.

morning prayerThirty-eight years after her birth, she was given the role of Bundle Caretaker.

In 2007 she began her initiations into the Elders' Society

She is co-founder of Yraceburu EarthWisdom, a 501 (c) 3 eco-spiritual community. Yraceburu is the leading figure in the SpiralDancing Community of EarthWisdom, a continuance of her lineage teachings from Grandfather Ten Bears and her eco-sychology work. This community champions an interpretation of EarthWisdom that unifies knowledge and action.

Her books are Legends & Prophecies of the Quero Apache (Bear & Co, 2002), Prayers & Meditations of the Quero Apache (Bear & Co., 2004), Wisdom of the Rainbow Serpent (YEW, 2005), Words of Power (YEW, 2008), and her latest compilation anthology Sisters of Honua: Those Who Stand with Ancestors. Her most important work to date is the planned community investment sustainability project Taanaashkaada Sanctuary.

She holds that time exists simultaneously in space because the united thought created them. She believes that it is intent that shapes reality, and the dream that gives reason to the world.

Therefore, the evolution is the source of all truth. She understands this to be an inner understanding, an innate calling to find a lifeway of cooperation.

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