We make the world with our minds. The view we bring determines not only how we interpret our experience, but the actions we take based upon those interpretations. Seeing and treating this living creation as if it were a machine, we have made it act like one, one that is prone to entropy, falls apart and has a limited life span. Focusing on the stuff of the world we have missed the fact that life is exchange, it occurs between things. Life is movement and processes and can only be seen and understood as patterns. Using the traditional mind of the tracker, navigator, wildcrafter, singer, dancer, and human being we can relearn to see, live in, and reweave the living world that is our birthright. This is a Pattern Mind.