Native American spiritual symbols

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  1. edna garcia

    Native Americans would be so proud and honored from your site! I love it so much, well informative content i gathered while browsing your site (: keep it up

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  2. Jazzi

    Hi Emily, I would love to see your description about these spiritual symbols. I will definitely come back to see if it has been updated as I love learning about the meaning of symbols.

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  3. Sophie

    Hi Emily! I live in the heart of the Midwest and this makes me appreciate Native American culture, not just in the museums we have here but also in the very essence of the world around us. Hovered over the title like you said and found out much about bird and animal symbols. Very informative and meaningful! Keep on with the good work.

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  4. Angelqieu

    Hi Emily,
    It was a pleasure to have a look at your website. I don’t know a lot about Native Americans but I studied a little bit of anthropology at university and I am very interested in learning about cultures.
    I learned about spirituality in Brasil . Brazilians use a lot of traditional healing techniques and I read a about Ayahuasca rituals . I don’t know if you heard about it? I had been thinking of doing it but it scares me I have to say.
    Looking forward to read more.

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    1. Emily Post author

      Hi!
      absolutely I have heard about the Ayahuasca rituals. All Indigenous people of the land have their traditional ways that have been used for centuries and that can be so helpful. Thanks for visiting and come back any time 🙂

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  5. Francina

    Hello Emily,

    I don’t know if you have more visitors from the Netherlands, but you have one for sure now 🙂

    I was searching the internet for the meaning of “Walking The Red Road” and found your very educational site. Thank you very much for sharing the valuable information!

    I receive teachings from a Lacota shaman once in awhile. He told me to “Walk The Red Road” and live the Medicine Way. Sometimes it’s freaking difficult when you receive only just that amount of information to let me learn my lessons. That’s why I’m very glad I found your site!

    Greetings,
    Francina

    Mitákuye Oyás’iŋ (I hope the Lakota characters will be accepted)

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    1. Emily Post author

      So glad to hear that my site is helping you. The concept of Mitakuye Oyasin is one I live by daily and at the core of the teachings. It took me a while to understand its depth but once you see it, it is with you forever.

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  6. John Rowland

    I just came across this page and so happy I did , I studied Native American history when I was younger and made visit to a lot of reservations,and I was very intune with the Native way.But this thing called making a living took me away.I have always felt this in my heart . Recently my work brought me to Aurora , Colorado.The company I work with was taking my crew to dinner, 40 people so we rented a bus..The driver happened to be a gentleman by the name of Richard Two Elk Lakota Sioux,While the guys were having dinner I stayed on the bus and talked of things I had long forgotten, and it made my heart happy ..This was three weeks ago and now I find you..with more conversation with Mr. Two Elk I believe I am coming full circle and putting my mind back where it needs to be …Everything in life happens for a reason .Thank you for letting me visit your site !

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  7. John Rowland

    I just came across this page and so happy I did , I studied Native American history when I was younger and made visit to a lot of reservations,and I was very intune with the Native way.But this thing called making a living took me away.I have always felt this in my heart . Recently my work brought me to Aurora , Colorado.The company I work with was taking my crew to dinner, 40 people so we rented a bus..The driver happened to be a gentleman by the name of Richard Two Elk Lakota Sioux,While the guys were having dinner I stayed on the bus and talked of things I had long forgotten, and it made my heart happy ..This was three weeks ago and now I find you..with more conversation with Mr. Two Elk I believe I am coming full circle and putting my mind back where it needs to be

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  8. Susan

    I am a spiritualist medium, some years ago I purchased a small statue of a 1st nation with headdress, I placed him on my bedside table alongside my drawing of my Chinese’ guide. In the first few months, the little statue moved around slowly on a 360 degree turn, i at first thought someone had moved him, but there is only my dog here, most days after work I would check him, and sure enough he had moved around. He only moves when I am out, I never see him move. I know I have a 1st nation guide who walks with me, I am very grateful to him for his help. Sometimes the little statue will stay in one direction for a few days and not move. I found my little compass, and put it near him so I can check in what direction he stops. He is currently NW so I check the significance of the direction. He has now been moving for 2 years, I hope to develop trance mediumship, so maybe he will come and speak .
    NAMASTE to you all, love light and blessings ❣️🙏🙏❣️❣️🙏🙏

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