Ceremonies

 

Hello and welcome to the Ceremonies section!

Please scroll down the menu from the Ceremonies tab on the main page.

Ceremonies are such an important part of the Native culture. They are a way to keep the heritage alive, to connect with one another and to invite the Creator, the spirit world to join us. Although ceremonies share a purpose, to connect with the spirit world, ceremonies do have different meanings. I cover them in each ceremony tab.

Below I am including a video of the Co-Ed song, which I refer to in its own section. Enjoy!

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16 thoughts on “Ceremonies

  1. James

    Nice site as part Native American myself (Cherokee) i find it deeply touching that you would focus on this subject thank you! Keep up the GREAT work!

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  2. Kerry

    I love your site. It gives positive attention to the Native American culture to a broad spectrum (basically online.) Pride, and the accomplishments of the Native American culture have been virtually ignored in North America. Way to go!

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  3. Tina Orr

    I just found your site I already love it. I am Cherokee,Irish,French/Canadian,getting ready to have a Two Spirited Ceremony at end of May or in June.Looking to find help with anything of my Cherokee root’s?

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    1. Emily Post author

      how wonderful that you are having a two-spirited ceremony!! Such a rich heritage you have! I am also French Canadian! As for your roots, continue to check my FB page and check out my post on the Trails of Tears. Look it up in the search box on the site or in the History and Trauma category on the side
      Come back anything you want!

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  4. Johnathan Tarter

    This is a very beautiful and intriguing website! 🙂 I’m very happy to see someone giving the Native American culture more exposure and showing the beauty of it. I wish you much success in building this site and I know this site will certainly help people understand more about this culture and its beauty. 🙂

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    1. Emily Post author

      thanks so much for the kind words! That is the goal to talk about the history but also the beauty of the people, the culture and the traditions!

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  5. Jeff

    Hi Emily, Great post. I really enjoy your writings on the Native American culture. I can tell it’s some thing you are very passionate about. I’ve been to reservations before as a kid and enjoyed learning about the Indians’ way of life. It was really amazing seeing the ceremonies! Thanks for the great content. You write very well!

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  6. Rashaad

    Hey Emily,

    I love your site very much. The background image is very relaxing and provides the reader with a great relaxed experience. Your posts are very informative and I can see myself buying some of these native shoes for my family. Looking forward to seeing more of your content.

    Rashaad.

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  7. Mulry Shah

    Wow something different and an eye opener for me! I live in Singapore and I don’t know all this exist. I am sure to read more on this tradition. Thank you for letting me see a different part of the world.

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  8. bob Clato

    Ohh. if only I knew of you back 2 years ago, October, A friend of mine’s Brother has a (Najavo wife).. i think.

    This friend took me to a POw Wow. in the Morongo Casino; 96 miles from my home.
    Interesting scene.
    I should go again.. when they are back in california

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