Maria naylin iskiñihi
Yraceburu is editor of “Prophetic Voices: the Sisters of Honua” with 24 women wisdomkeepers from around the world and has worked with countless women's organizations to bring healing and voice to the deep feminine of earth.
Yraceburu’s life, varied career and shamanic pursuits have taken her throughout the continental United States and Hawaii. From ancient ruins and sacred sites, to retreat facilities, she shares the stage with such luminaries as Alberto Villoldo, PhD.
She has been a keynote speaker at major gatherings such as the Northern California Women's Herbal Symposium, the Global Healing Project, 21st Milleneum Congress, UCSD Anthropological Medicine, and Daughters of the Goddess Spiral Dance. In 2005, she was a featured presenter in the Sacred Mysteries Productions series, “Women of Wisdom” produced by Sharon Rose. In 2019, she was featured in two online women's conferences/summits: The Global Goddess Fest and the Womb Wisdom Symposium.
In recognition of her contributions and achievements, Maria Yraceburu was awarded the Presidential Humanitarian Award, a most highly-regarded honor. She is a member of Hat'ii – VisionKeepers – Society, a member of the United Nations Dialogues on Peace, and a kokua member of the Daughters of the Goddess.
Prior to founding Yraceburu EarthWisdom, Yraceburu enjoyed careers as a stone mason contractor, restaurant owner and graphic designer. She was a highly regarded Web Dreamer among the Apache, Hawaiian and Inkan. She has correspondence regularly with such cultural icons as the Dalai Lama and Lee Carroll of Kryon. She was featured in the 2008 Sacred Mysteries Production "Women of Wisdom," with longtime pals, Maria Teresa Valenzula and Brooke Medicine Eagle. The film was moderated by Alberto Villoldo, phd.
As a ceremonialist and storyteller, she has collaborated with Native American metis and author Brooke Medicine Eagle; author and Native health expert Dr. Lewis Mehl Madrona; Inkan and Peruvian shamans Alberto Villoldo and Don Oscar Miro Quesada; mayans Maria Teresa Valenzula and Regina Cuma Chavez; Hawaiian Kahuna Kalei'iliahi; 9 Gates Mystery School emertus Serena Poisson; Apache Songmaker, NAMMY Winner & Drummaker Yolanda Martinez; and many others.
Throughout her remarkable life, everything that Yraceburu has accomplished has been imbued with tlish diyan. Her natural gifts as teacher/mentor, her intuitive knowledge of the intellectual and spiritual aspects of tlish diyan, along with a total devotion to her students, have endeared her to thousands of people around the world.