Pamela Anne Field was born in New Jersey and lived in New York City from 1980 until 1997. Pamela holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Cross Cultural Studies and International Affairs from Empire State College (State University of New York). She is an international workshop leader, speaker and healer. For more than twenty years Pamela has traveled throughout Spain (and Europe ) leading workshops, presenting conferences and offering healing work. She speaks Spanish fluently.
Pamela is the author of two books:
The Woman Who Dreams Herself: A Guide for Awakening the Feminine.
Free the Past, Heal the Future: A Method and Guide for the Liberation of Inherited Ancestral Trauma. (only available in English in a PDF format)
For many years Pamela traveled to connect with and learn from different native cultures.
She attended the Oglala Lakota Sundance Ceremony, held at the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota in 1996.
She visited a Maori tribe in New Zealand during one month; participated in ceremonies and learned about their culture and beliefs.
She participated in workshops and ceremonies led by Hunbatz Men (Maya).
Pamela participated in two Vision Quests: In the Red Mountain of Wyoming led by representatives of the Lakota tradition and in the Black Mountain of North Carolina led by an Apache Medicine man.
Pamela attended numerous conferences and workshops led by Carlos Castaneda in California and Mexico from 1993 to 1997 (Toltec/Yaquis lineage of Don Juan Matus). At times, she collaborated as a simultaneous translator during conferences and workshops (English/Spanish).
Pamela also traveled extensively throughout Spain (and Europe) giving conferences, offering workshops and healing sessions focused on the awakening of the feminine and the liberation of ancestral trauma.
In Spain, she collaborated with the Instituto Andaluz de la Mujer (Women's Andalusian Institute) a governmental department of the Andalusian Board of Directors, offering workshops to psychologists and social workers specializing in cases of gender violence.
While living in Tucson (Arizona), Pamela collaborated with the Department of Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona (founded by Dr. Andrew Weil). Also with physicians and researchers focused on the validation of holistic, alternative healing methods. For more information about her collaboration with the University of Arizona, click here. To read a letter of recommendation from a physician, click here.
She is trained as a clinical research therapist and participated in a three-month research experiment focused on the validation of long-distance healing. This experiment was organized by Melinda Conner, Ph.D. and Optimal Healing Research ( Tucson , Arizona ). For ore information, click here.
Pamela presently resides in the province of Barcelona.