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These are 12 Ways Tribal Governments, Tribal Programs, Tribal Communities, and Tribal Families, can all benefit directly from learning the fundamentals of meditation (in no specific order): Brian “BB” Melendez, is a Northern / Southern Paiute – Western Shoshone: Community Leader; American
We get our power from the Sun. We get our power from the Sun. -Chief Good Day ——- If you love Coffee with an Indian… * Try Coffee with an Indian_BLACK: the Extended / Raw / R-Rated version of each
Every second is sacred: From a tribal perspective, time in a metaphysical sense is instantaneous, where we are existing each day with a direction given to us and accepted (or not) by us, from higher-power(s). The rudimentary way I like
You’ll drink when we tell you to, You’ll stand still when we say! Don’t get scared… There will be fighting, There will be blood! Don’t get scared… You’ll be hit when you’re not good enough, You’ll be hit when you’re
Ancient digging-sticks and sweat-stones may break your little bones, but Hungry Valley words will never intentionally hurt you: Prior to the passage of the 1978 American Indian Religious Freedom Act (P.L. 95-341), it was illegal for Indians to conduct rituals
Who is going to teach us how to live? You don’t even know! What were we born for? You don’t even know! Why must we struggle so much? You don’t even know! Where is the Spirit trying to take us?
In life, always be prepared to stop, drop, and roll: For my people, pre-colonial America was a time of hyper-spirituality, great mystery, and serenity (I’m not saying it was easy)—but, this is what tribal oral traditions tell us. Suffering-spiritually through restraint