Ina Maka Spirituality Lakota Teachings

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Ina Maka Spirituality Lakota Teachings

I have decided to start this group because the wisdom and teachings of the Lakota elders inspires me to learn even more of the Lakota people through the path of healing with visions, ceremonys and living life through the Medicine Wheel Beliefs. Learning the healing medicine of my people of the Iroquoian is alot different than Lakota medicine healing in many aspects.I will be adding videos, writings, quotes, pictures and other material to guide all who are intrested in this group and lakota teachings. Blessings Oneh.

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Latest Activity: May 18

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The Keeping of the Soul

Started by James Standingdeer. Last reply by James Standingdeer May 1. 2 Replies

In the Keeping of the Soul Ceremony, the first right given by the White Buffalo Calf Woman, the soul of the dead loved one is purified so that it can return to the Great Spirit from whom it came.…Continue

Hunkapi: Making Relatives

Started by James Standingdeer Apr 30. 0 Replies

The purpose of the Making Relatives rite is to create between two people a blood bond that is closer than a kinship tie. Sometimes we are fortunate enough to find friends who are generous, sharing,…Continue

Buffalo Calf Woman, the coming of the Sacred Pipe

Started by James Standingdeer. Last reply by bridget orman Apr 30. 1 Reply

Two men of a small band of the Sioux tribe were hunting and saw something approaching in a distance. As the figure grew close they observed the beautiful maiden, dressed in white buckskin, caring a…Continue

Yuwipi Meetings

Started by James Standingdeer Apr 30. 0 Replies

Healing ceremonies conducted by medicine man are common to all Plains tribes. Among the Lakota they are called Yuwipi, to bind up. The Yuwipi man prays through the spirits acquired in the Vision…Continue

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Comment by WILLA NYOKA (ADMIN) on May 18, 2018 at 9:05pm

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Comment by WILLA NYOKA (ADMIN) on May 1, 2018 at 10:36pm

OSIYO BROTHER JAMES WADO FOR THE INVITE TO YOUR GROUP

Comment by Lady Cherokee Angel (aka linda) on September 29, 2012 at 4:26pm

Thank you my friend for your warm invite..i want to learn about The Lakota people,their beliefs and so forth.. peace and blessings ...linda

Comment by Kind on December 20, 2011 at 7:52am

Thank you
This is great
Many blessings to you all

Comment by Cindy Dickinson on December 19, 2011 at 5:43am

I agree, the language is beautiful. If you start a group I would join. My husband and I have talked of learning a laugage together. He has a great talent for learning language and can speak several including Arabic. ( and he's an Idaho ranch boy) Any way count me in. Hope your week is wonderful and blessings line your walk each day

Comment by Cindy Dickinson on December 18, 2011 at 2:28pm

Thank you for the wonderful group. funny thing to me about the Lakota Language. If I listen carefully I can acutally understand it. I don't know maybe it's something genetic. Now speaking it is another thing. but I imagine if you were around it daily it would be easy to pick up.

Comment by Sandra Lehmann on December 18, 2011 at 1:10pm

Im learning the Lakota Language, i like it but.... its sooo hard :(

 

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