Loving God, please grant me peace of mind and calm my troubled heart. My soul is like a turbulent sea. I can’t seem to find my balance so I stumble and worry constantly. Give me the strength and clarity of mind to find my purpose and walk the path you’ve laid out for me.
Thank you for today’s sunrise, for the breath and life within me, and for all of your creations. Creator, hear my prayer , and honor my prayer . As the day begins with the rising sun, I ask, Spirit keeper of the East, Brother Eagle, Be with me. Fly high as you carry my prayers to the Creator.
Oh, Great Spirit , whose voice I hear in the wind, whose breath gives life to all the world. Hear me; I need your strength and wisdom. Let me walk in beauty, and make my eyes ever behold the red and purple sunset. Make my hands respect the things you have made and my ears sharp to hear your voice.
The Great Spirit is a conception of universal spiritual force, Supreme Being or God, and is known as Wakan Tanka among the Sioux, Gitche Manitou in Algonquian, and in many Native American (excluding Alaskan Natives ) and Aboriginal Canadian (specifically First Nations people).
“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” “Therefore, since we have been justified by faith , we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.”
9 Ways to Find Peace of Mind in Tough Times Learn to trust yourself. “It isn’t as bad as you sometimes think it is. Focus on what you’re learning. Ease your expectations. Open up to someone you trust. Use hope to drive positive action. Move TOWARDS something instead of AWAY. Take a few steps back. Give yourself time.
Waste (wash tay) = Good! Huh =Yes. Hee ya = No. Slol wa yea shnee = I don’t know.
A more common way to say “I love you” in Lakota Sioux is Tecihila (pronounced tay-chee-hee-lah), though, which means simply “I love you.” Or if you’re feeling more poetic, Cantecikiya (pronounced chawn-tay-chee-kee-yah), which means “my heart is inspired by you.” Iyakiciyuha isn’t all that romantic.
Four Directions Prayer East. All good things come from the East The freshening wind brings warm rain and sunshine. South. The warming south winds bring new growth, gentle rain, healing sunshine. West. The sun sets in the West giving us glorious colors in our life. North. North winds sometimes bring stormy weather and snow.
Unetlanvhi (oo-net-la-nuh-hee): the Cherokee word for God or “ Great Spirit ,” is Unetlanvhi is considered to be a divine spirit with no human form. The name is pronounced similar to oo-net-la-nuh-hee.
In historic times, medicine men and shamans generally carried a large medicine bundle that could hold numerous items such as seeds, herbs , pine cones, grass, animal teeth or claws, horsehair, rocks, tobacco , beads, arrowheads, bones, or anything else of relatively small size that possessed spiritual value to the
For giving him his home, the first warrior told the Great Spirit that he would fight and win many battles in His honor. But the Great Spirit said , “No, do not fight for me. Fight for your tribe, fight for the family born to you, fight for the brothers you find.
The Native American Indians referred to the Hope symbol as Star Knowledge which included the ability to mark events to come based on celestial alignments, providing hope for the future.
Sinapu – Wolf (Ute) Jacy – Moon ( Native American ) Okhmhaka – Little Wolf (Cheyenne) Nina – Strong ( Native American ) Kiyaya – Howling Wolf (Yakima) Adsila – Blossom (Cherokee) Maiyun – Wolf (Cheyenne) Mahigan – Wolf (Cree)
For instance, in Comanche, “ wolf ” is “tseena,” while in Cherokee the word is “waya” or “wahaya”. There are hundreds of Native American languages. But in Classical Nahuatl, the only Native American language I have any idea of, the nearest equivalent is coyotl, plural cocoyo.