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Mothers and daughters: DeAnna L'am in dialog with Patrizia E. Nessmann

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Published on Apr 15, 2013

DeAnna L'am (B.A.) California USA
has been teaching in the United States and internationally since 1980 in the fields of philosophy, team building, conflict resolution and peacemaking in Israel/ Palestine, her country of origin, where she helped Jewish and Palestinian women surpass political, religious, and cultural differences by deeply bonding them on their common ground as cycling women. www.deannalam.com
She assists in building bridges across all perceived differences: between youth and adults, women and men, differing cultures and nationalities. Author of "Becoming Peers Mentoring Girls Into Womanhood". Her pioneering work has been transforming women's and girls' lives around the world, for over 20 years.

Content of the interview:
Enriching & empowering woman to claim their menstrual cycle as THE life giving substance, the source of inner guidance and spiritual renewal; overcome the western taboo of menstruation by understanding the monthly blood ; shifting from shame to moving to self-care and a new quality of life; how woman of all ages can become empowering role models and mentors for today´s girls; practical rituals and multi-generation dialogues as peers/equals for women and girls; examples of today´s and ancient matrilineal peaceful societies; civilisation of the goddess studies of Marija Gimbutas, the power of women bringing prophecies for their communities.
Interview: Patrizia E. Nessmann, www.panema.at
Camera, Cut, Production: Irmgard Klammer, www.r2-wien.at
the interview was recorded on: 11. August 2011
first time broadcasted at www.okto.tv on 7th November 2011 full length: 57 min

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