Ina Maka Spirituality Lakota Teachings Discussions (8)

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The Keeping of the Soul

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 t…

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2 May 1
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Hunkapi: Making Relatives

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 f…

Started by James Standingdeer

0 Apr 30

Buffalo Calf Woman, the coming of the Sacred Pipe

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…

Started by James Standingdeer

1 Apr 30
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Yuwipi Meetings

Healing ceremonies conducted by medicine man are common to all Plains tribes. Among the Lakota they are called Yuwipi, to bind up. The Yuwi…

Started by James Standingdeer

0 Apr 30

The Sun Dance

Was the ceremony, to most of the Plains tribes. It was the only time in the year when the entire tribe gathers together. In the past it was…

Started by James Standingdeer

0 Apr 30

The Vision Quest

One medicine man call this ceremony the Pipe Fast since it has purposes other than seeking a vision. However, the vision is its highest exp…

Started by James Standingdeer

0 Apr 30

The Sweat Lodge Ceremony.

The sweat lodge ceremony was practiced throughout the North American continent probably for thousands of years. The sweat lodge is a dome s…

Started by James Standingdeer

0 Apr 30

Relation to the Earth in the Spirit world

Spirituality relates one both to the world of the visible creation and to the world of spirits. It forms in us a personal relationship to t…

Started by James Standingdeer

0 Apr 30

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