Life and times
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 and was presented a honoring "ecopsychology" degree in 1999.
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. However, her professional career was later ensured when she became the c-founder of Yraceburu EarthWisdom.
Yraceburu became a successful ceremonialist and iss known for the energetic timing she accesses in all of her work, choreographing healing and life celebration. In 1999, while being 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.
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.
Thirty-eight years after her birth, she was given the role of Bundle Caretaker. In 2007 she began her initiations into the Elders' Society, a HolyOne respected
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.
Out of Yraceburu tlish diyan that was traditional in her upbringing, Maria Yraceburu developed the idea of intuitive knowing, arguing that every person knows from birth the connection of Earth and Spirit. Such knowledge is internal and not logical. Her SpiralDancing Communty of EarthWisdom greatly influences a conscious earth responsible life ethic.
Responsibility as action
Yraceburu's premise that knowledge is inherent, wisdom requires experience comes from the truth in shifting life perspective is that without experience there can be no intuitive knowing deep within, she feels she has a duty to put all knowing into responsible action as co-creation in harmonious fashion with others. This presupposes two possibilities:
• That one can have facilitate change by changing oneself.
• That one can join with others without cooperation in the creation of a new way of life based in philosophies of ancient earth.
Yraceburu lives each of these which allowed her to develop her philosophy of EarthWisdom. Yraceburu believes that only through responsible action can peace be achieved and earth connection offers the guidance to it. To her, there is no way to loose connection after gaining it because she believes that life and spirit are unified as one. Any thought that has been gained then put into action is considered responsible in co-creation.
Mind and the world
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.
In order to eliminate selfish absorption that clouds contemporary understanding of reality, one can practice earth renewal rituals that align earth-human resonance fields.
• Yraceburu is regarded as 'tsanti, one of the Dreamers of Reality, along with Nochaydelklinne, Daslahdn and Silas John Edwards.
• Maria Yraceburu founded SpiralDancing Community of Yraceburu EarthWisdom, which has become a study of cooperative lifestyle, conscious responsible action, and person eco-psychological & spiritual healing and empowerment.
Maria Yracébûrû is a Native American ceremonialist who awakened as a channel when she was struck by lightning. She found herself looking into the eyes of her great grandmother, Naylin Lagé, and decided to pursue an exchange of information. Maria has an LLd in eco-psychology and is a prayer-maker and minister. She is author of Ah-Kine Remembrance, a merging of mythology, personal experience, and channeled knowledge on Pleiadian starseed lineage.