BraveHeart Women Collaborating for Peace

33 women from western countries, including America, to go to Jerusalem and participate in bringing 33 Palestinian and 33 Israeli women together in a three-day celebration of peace and harmony. scheduled for October 25 – 27, 2012, near Jerusalem
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Marietta GA  Sept 5th 2012 …  Local BraveHeart Woman, Adrienne MacDonald Marietta GA , will be one of 33 women from western countries, including America, to go to Jerusalem and participate in bringing 33 Palestinian and 33 Israeli women together in a three-day celebration of peace and harmony. This event is scheduled for October 25 – 27, 2012, near Jerusalem, at the Little Everest Hotel, Beit Jala, West Bank of Israel. It will be filmed as part of an ongoing documentary on the BraveHeart Foundation’s continuing efforts to bring together women in conflict zones around the world.

Ms. MacDonald reaches out to other women locally and globally, as one of BraveHeart Women’s “Resonators,” encouraging collaboration through education and inspiration. In late July Ms. MacDonald participated in the organization’s week-long training involving an integrated series of exercises and role development for Resonators, held in Ventura, California. It was attended by women originating from the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Iran and Pakistan.
“The BraveHeart community is passionate about helping women be part of an ever expanding global collective of women who intuitively sense they have a critical role to play in shaping a more harmonious future for our world and I am proud to be a BraveHeart Woman Resonator,” said MacDonald a Marietta  businesswoman and former nurse.
A central part of BraveHeart Women events are Oxytocin Circles, which incorporate breathing techniques and exercises that transform the body from “fight or flight” mode to a state of “create and collaborate,” enabling women to do so more naturally and effectively with one another and with less stress.

“We are teaching women to collaborate in a more feminine way based on a scientific formula,” said Dr. Ellie Drake, founder and visionary of BraveHeart Women. “We have started a grass roots movement empowering women to be more, create more and collaborate more.”

BraveHeart Women across the United States are currently engaged in activities and fundraising efforts for the October 2012 Jerusalem Oxytocin Project. Their goal is to raise $231,000 by September 20, 2012. These funds will pay for 33 western women to travel to Jerusalem, 33 Israeli and 33 Palestinian women to be transported to the event, accommodations and food for all the women, and the film documenting the event. The purpose of the event is to bring together women to lessen tensions in conflict areas, understand each other and forge common bonds through collaboration.

This project began in 2010 when eleven women each from Israel and Palestine came together, on stage, at the organization’s annual Rise event in November. This project will culminate in July of 2014 with a thousand women coming together in Jerusalem. The documentary of this project will be released in November of 2014 to help support on-going fund raising efforts to continue bringing women together in conflict areas around the world.
MacDonald said she is raising awareness for the global efforts of BraveHeart Women and the Jerusalem event by holding local, free-of-charge Oxytocin Circle events.

Dr. Ellie Drake was born in Iran and immigrated to the United States in her late teens. It was her parent’s desire that she become a doctor. She fulfilled that vision for her parents and then went on become a successful personal growth entrepreneur. She is now called to collaborate with women. She has developed a scientific formula which utilizes Oxytocin, a naturally occurring hormone that creates a feeling of connection, trust, bonding, and harmony. Dr Ellie Drake’s Female Success Model is a mix of science, intuitive knowing and entrepreneurship.  

At the Vancouver Peace Summit in September 2009, His Holiness the Dalai Lama spoke on the need for more effort to promote basic human values of compassion and affection while noting that females have more sensitivity to other’s pain and suffering.
“The world will be saved by the Western woman,” he said indicating that “Western” women have access to so many resources to affect change. The BraveHeart Women have taken up the Dalai Lama’s call to initiate the effort to shift the world toward a more peaceful and harmonious planet.

About BraveHeart Women

BraveHeart Women is a global community of women representing over 80 countries, with over 400,000 members. The mission is to bring together an ever-expanding circle of women who are called to Be, Create and Collaborate: To be a prosperous expression of who we are is our personal purpose: To create prosperity while embracing ease is our professional purpose: To collaborate prosperously is our global purpose.

The BraveHeart Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit foundation and is based in the Los Angeles area. It has received numerous endorsements from women leaders and celebrities including Dr. Maya Angelou, actress Mariel Hemingway, television personality Leeza Gibbons, actress Susan Anton, actress/author Lainie Kazan, model/entrepreneur Kathy Ireland, journalist Shaun Robinson and songwriter Siedah Garrett (“Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson) who, along with many others, have declared themselves BraveHeart Women. Additional information is available at:; contributions to the foundation may be made to:
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