trishportraitPatricia Lee has been listening to the language of the Sacred Feminine for over forty years. Inspired by her peaceful practice of meditation, she volunteered at a peace and justice organization in Tacoma, WA and worked for eighteen years at a nonprofit serving at-risk youth and families. In 2003 she founded Community Threads to offer classes, events and concerts for the “expression, education and celebration of community.” Compelled to support the global movement of Transition Towns Patricia founded Transition Woodinville in 2010. Her actvity book, Circle of Life ~ Mapping One’s Story, connected her to Native Indian Tribes in Washington State where she invited tribal members to tell their life stories by creating mandala maps ( Her creation story Turtle’s Circle of Life is available as a coloring book. (Contact Running parallel to these outer achievements, Patricia evolved spiritually as a mystic and shaman. Her book S/He Dragon ~ How I Found My Wings weaves ordinary and non-ordinary realities that describe the landscape of her life. This landscape also includes three children, four grandchildren, a vegetable garden, bike riding, hiking, dancing and building a global Light Workers network on Facebook.



  1. Kittty de Bruin

    can we have a chat about how to integrate inner transition better in a country like France?
    I see that you havae exoerinece with that, and i would like to learn from that>
    At this moment i try to cennect peopl who sater remote healing in France,
    big hug and my complements nice site!

    1. Patricia Lee (Post author)

      Hello Kitty,
      Thanks for reaching out! I love the topic of inner transition and am happy to chat with you about it. The first thing that comes to mind is the need for humans of all ages to practice sitting still and turning within to listen and watch. (Yes, this sparks imagination which I know as Third Eye imaging. I also call it Dragon Eye.) We are so driven to succeed externally that we forget about our inner source of spiritual nourishment. Does the word “spiritual” resonate with you and your group? What other word/s can be used? I like the words “faery dust” because my inner world sparkles bringing me enchantment in my outer world. Wouldn’t it be fun to have places in our towns and landscape where people could simply sit and be still? Places of enchantment intention? Maybe this is already happening? Do you know?
      Come sit a spell
      Put your cares aside
      Look within and listen
      On a magic carpet ride
      Inner transition paves the road to more joy in our life.


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