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Dr. Anita Sanchez - Indigenous Wisdom For Modern Times

April 11, 2019

Indigenous Wisdom For Modern Times – 4 Sacred Gifts That Can Help Us Forgive The Unforgivable And Rediscover The Power Of Union with Dr. Anita Sanchez

Aired Thursday, 11 April 2019, 7:00 PM ET

How do you forgive the unforgivable? How do you find connection and unity in a society that encourages division, separation, and disconnection?

As we ride the powerful waves of change occurring in our economic, social, political, and physical environment, indigenous wisdom is needed—now more than ever—to guide us to inhabit the fullest and healthiest lives possible.

The Four Sacred Gifts opens your mind and heart to an indigenous worldview that will ultimately free you from fear and empower you to find peace even in the conflicts of our tumultuous world. Based on a prophecy that is now coming true, this book reveals how our world depends on each of us discovering a interconnectedness to people, earth, and animals, in the awareness that we are “all one relation.”

In her best-selling book, The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times, Aztec and Mexican-American thought leader, Dr. Anita Sanchez shares the deep wisdom of elders from all continents as they come together to give the world four sacred gifts – the power to forgive the unforgivable, the power of unity, the power of healing, and the power of hope – to help us remember the power of unity, guide us to transformation and wholeness enable us to live in deeper harmony with all of humanity.

Dr. Anita Sanchez is a powerful visionary of Mexican American and Aztec heritage who has woven her knowledge of indigenous wisdom, business, and science into her global consulting and training work with world and corporate leaders and their teams for more than thirty-eight years. She also guides journeys into the Amazon rainforest with the Pachamama Alliance to help business people and their families learn about their connection to spirit, earth, and indigenous people, as well as to build understanding of the importance of preserving indigenous cultures for us all.