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Here are the top ten articles for the Native American Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Stone People Ė The Ancient Ones
One of the main components used in building a Medicine Wheel are Stone People. If you have never worked with their energies before, here are a few tips to help you get started.
2. Sacred Herbs
Plants have many uses and teachings to share with us all. Here are a few pointers to help to introduce you to the Plant Nation, as well as information on the Four Sacred Herbs.
DreamCatchers bring us many teachings, from Spider Woman to the Sacred Circle; all are incorporated within its Web. Let us look at the different parts that make up the DreamCatcher, to better understand the various teachings it offers to us all, and the help they can bring to our dreams.
4. How Rabbit Got His Long Ears
5. Spirit Path - Honoring Ourselves
As we go about our busy lives we often become overloaded with obligations. Itís just part of life right? We can look to Native American philosophy to help us prioritize these obligations.
6. Making a Dance Shawl
The energy and joy of dancing in the Circle canít be adequately described, only experienced. For women and girls, dance shawls are proper attire. As simple or as elaborate as one may desire, the possibilities are endless, but the basics of making one are easy.
7. The Medicine Wheel
A Medicine Wheel might be described as a bunch of rocks laid in a circle on the ground. But these have been constructed for thousands of years and represent the Sacred Circle of Life and a balance we each must strive for.
8. VAWA - Republicans Fail the Daughters of the Earth
Native American women suffer some of the highest rates of emotional turmoil and are among the least cared for in this nation. Congressional failure can be seen as the beginning of a spiritual battle for the first American women.
9. Coyote The Hungry
10. Enjoy Lifeís Journey But Leave No Tracks
Words of wisdom from our Ancestors taught of treating our Earth Mother with care and respect. Humankind today has drifted far from these traditional philosophies. We can see through the eyes of our Ancestors to heal, comfort, and bless a hurting and reacting Earth and her children.
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