Patricia Ellsberg
Social Change Activist, Meditation Teacher, Speaker

Patricia Ellsberg is a social change activist, meditation teacher, life coach and public speaker. In 1971, she helped her husband, Daniel Ellsberg, release to the press the Pentagon Papers, a top secret history of US involvement in Vietnam, which helped end the Vietnam War. The Oscar nominated documentary, “The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers”, tells the riveting story of this era and Daniel and Patricia’s role in changing history.

Working closely with her sister, Barbara Marx Hubbard, in furthering social transformation through Conscious Evolution, Patricia guides people to make a shift from ego to essence, so they live with greater joy, purpose and meaning.
 
Patricia’s special gift as a coach is accessing and transmitting a profound sense of joy and wellbeing through the artful use of guided meditation. A central theme of her life has been bridging spiritual experience with social activism.

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