The main reason we are divided in politics is not only polarization between parties, or fragmentation within the parties, but because of how we think. We tend to think in partial fragments, not in contextual wholes. David Bohm was keenly aware of this. Bohm was also aware that this lack of coherency was not necessarily the case in Indigenous cultures that have a history of shared meaning and participatory consciousness. In the USA, the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy had a profound effect on the very idea to unite the states and also on the foundational values of liberty, equality, and natural rights enshrined in the US Constitution—and then on the unwritten rules of engagement that govern political protocols. The latter influence arguably was what prevented the country from lapsing into fascism, at least until now. Sadly, authoritarian governments are now on the rise across the globe. In honor of David Bohm’s far-reaching vision, how do we begin to restore coherency in government and society? How do we make America and the world sacred again?