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Native - Ly-o lay ale loya Orginal

Add to EJ Playlist  Native - Ly-o lay ale loya a beautiful song.

Traditional Navajo Prayer

Add to EJ Playlist  This Is My Daily Navajo Prayer

Spiritual Healing Music - native American style

Add to EJ Playlist  http://itunes.a um/relaxing-mus ic-world-ultima te/id432609666 NOW ON iTUNES http://www.rela / 04: Spiritual Healing Music This track takes you on an uplifting yet relaxing beach journey in which you are no longer in a world of stress. The calming chill out relaxing music will make you feel like your in a world of peace. Ultimate in Relaxation music. Also used as mediation music and yoga music.

Indian Love Song

Add to EJ Playlist  The power of THOUGHT. Love begins with our thoughts. We become what we think about. Loving thoughts create loving experiences and loving relationships. Affirmations can change our beliefs and thoughts about others and ourselves. If we want to love someone, we need to consider his or her needs and desires. Thinking about your ideal partner will help you recognise her when you meet her. The power of RESPECT. You cannot love anyone or anything unless you first respect them. The first person you need to respect is yourself. To begin to gain self-respect, ask yourself, What do I respect about myself? - To gain respect for others, even those you may dislike, ask yourself, What do I respect about them? - The power of GIVING. If you want to receive love, all you have to do is give it! The more love you give, the more you will receive. To love is to give of yourself, freely and unconditionally . Practice random acts of kindness. Before committing to a relationship ask not what the other person will be able to give to you, but rather what will you be able to give them. The secret formula of a happy, lifelong, loving relationship is to always focus on what you can give instead of what you can take. The power of FRIENDSHIP. To find a true love, you must first find a true friend. Love does not consist of gazing into each other"s eyes, but rather looking outward together in the same direction. To love someone completely you must love him or her for who they are and not for what they look like. Friendship is the soil through which love seeds grow. If you want to bring love into a relationship, you must first bring friendship. The power of TOUCH. Touch is one of the most powerful expressions of love, breaking down barriers and bonding relationships. Touch changes our physical and emotional states and makes us more receptive to love. The power of LETTING GO. If you love something, let it free. If it comes back to you, it's yours, if it doesn"t, it never was. Even in a loving relationship, people need their own space. If we want to learn to love, we must first learn to forgive and let go of past hurts and grievances. Love means letting go of our fears, prejudices, egos and conditions. Today I let go of all my fears, the past has no power over me - today is the beginning of a new life. The power of COMMUNICATION. When we learn to communicate openly and honestly, life changes. To love someone is to communicate with them. Let the people you love know that you love them and appreciate them. Never be afraid to say those three magic words: I Love You. Never let an opportunity pass to praise someone. Always leave someone you love with a loving word - it could be the last time you see him or her. If you were about to die but could make telephone calls to the people you loved, who would you call, what would you say and .. why are you waiting? The power of COMMITMENT. If you want to have love in abundance, you must be committed to it, and that commitment will be reflected in your thoughts and actions. Commitment is the TRUE test of love. If you want to have loving relationships, you must be committed to loving relationships. When you are committed to someone or something, quitting is never an option. Commitment distinguishes a fragile relationship from a strong one. The power of PASSION. Passion ignites love and keeps it alive. Lasting passion does not come through physical attraction alone; it comes from deep commitment, enthusiasm, interest and excitement. Passion can be recreated by recreating past experiences. When you felt passionate spontaneity and surprises produce passion. The essence of love and happiness are the same; all we need to do is to live each day with passion. The power of TRUST. Trust is essential in all loving relationships. Without it one person becomes suspicious, anxious and fearful and the other person feels trapped and emotionally suffocated. You cannot love someone completely unless you trust him or her completely. Act as if your relationship with the person you love will never end. One of the ways you can tell whether a person is right for you is to ask yourself. Do I trust them completely and unreservedly? - If the answer is no -, think carefully before making a commitment. http://www.face video.php?v=131 7356784193 http://www.face video.php?v=133 8411310543&comm ents

Tiana singing a Lakota Peyote Healing Song

Add to EJ Playlist  Tiana Spotted Thunder singing a Lakota Peyote Healing Song by Primeaux, Mike & Attson Lyrics Uniya Chechecheyelo Unsiya chechecheyelo Chechecheyelo Waniwaciyelo Omakiyayo Wakan tanka Nisnala Waunsiyalalo Wakan tanka leciya Ahitunwanyo Ahitunwanyo Waniwaciyelo Omakiyayo Wakan tanka Nisnala Wausiyalalo Wakan tanka niyeye Unsiyachecheche yelo Chechecheyelo Waniwaciyelo Omakiyayo Wakan tanka Nisnala Waunsiyalalo

"A Beautiful Dawn" by Radmilla Cody

Add to EJ Playlist  Radmilla Cody performs her hauntingly personal song "A Beautiful Dawn" from her album Spirit of a Woman. For more on Radmilla Cody & Spirit of a Woman visit CanyonRecords.c om

Lakota Sioux pre-dance

Add to EJ Playlist  Lakota Sioux explaning the Warrior dance...

LAKOTA - To Walk the Red Road

Add to EJ Playlist  This video is dedicated to LEONARD PELTIER Who follows the Red Road in Spirit of Crazy Horse. "... I have always loved and respected the Lakota ways. I have always admired the Lakota people, especially the Oglalas, for their strength, determination, and courage to continue the struggle to maintain our traditional ways and sovereignty." - Leonard Peltier We should remember about the Wounded Knee - as a place of massacre, but as a symbol of resurgent Native American - This is an important binder of thinking about human tragedies, but modern aspirations, desires and dreams. The memory of Wounded Knee it's part of Native Amrican identity, struggling with contemporary cultural and political (government) rebirth. On the idea of Wounded Knee invoke the leaders of all Indian contemporary events - the 1969 occupation of Alcatraz., Trail of Broken Treaties of 1972., The longest march of 1978. and its continuation - Longest March II, 2008., appointment of "independent state of Lakotah" in 2008. According to the 1868 treaty, the Black Hills of South Dakota still belonged to the Sioux people, and the traditional people wanted the Federal Government to honor their treaty by returning the sacred Black Hills to the Sioux people. Through the struggle and the situation in the Lakota Pine Ridge should understand the history of illegal tribal government that was imposed on the Oglala Lakota and its support of U.S. Government efforts to force assimilation and attack traditional and full-blooded people and the destruction of them and their sacred way of life by keeping Lakota away from their own language, culture and leading to economic and social backwardness .The famous 1973 take over of Wounded Knee by native activists and Oglala tribal members was a reaction to injustices and attempt returning freedom and sovereignty to Lakota noble people and against this forced assimilation that continues today.1973 Wounded Knee was a great victory for the Oglala Sioux as well as all other Indian Nations. For a short period of time in 1973, they were a free people once more. AIM is a movement that was started to assist Native American that had been relocated by the government. AIM focused on keeping Native American culture alive and creating equal rights for them. "AIM is the People. AIM will be there when every one of us living today is gone. AIM will raise new leaders in every generation. Crazy Horse belonged to AIM. Sitting Bull belonged to AIM. They belong to us still, and we belong to them. There are no followers in AIM. We are all leaders. We are each an army of one, working for the survival of our people and of the Earth, our Mother. This isn't rhetoric. This is commitment. This is who we are." Leonard Peltier - "Prison Writing: My Life is My Sun Dance" Lakota Peyote Healing Song by Robbie Robertson Peace pipe by Laverne Little - (Laverne is Lakota Sioux) PELTIER FREEDOM LETTER FROM LEONARD PELTIER ASKING FOR HELP http://www.yout =bdtf4FdtSAw

Lakota Healing Song

Add to EJ Playlist  Listening to Our music is How I like to get My Serenity... Ho Wanji Song by:Robbie Robertson Cante Tenza Okolakiciye also known as the Strong Heart Warrior Society of the Lakota Nation is an ancient Lakota warrior society as well as a broad-based civil rights movement that works to protect, enforce and restore treaty rights, civil rights, and sovereignty of Native people and their communities across Turtle Island. In addition to activist efforts to protect the land and people, each year Cante Tenza collects and freely distributes shoes, winter coats, school supplies, food, and other support to Oglala Lakota elders, children and families.

Apache Spirit Song

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Lakota Healing Song

Add to EJ Playlist  This Lakota Healing song is what is known as a "Peyote" song. Peyote songs are the native american way of worshiping God (or so i've been told) Lyrics: Wani wachiyelo Ate omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Ate omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Ate omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Atay nimichikun (Father you have done this) Oshiya chichiyelo (Humbly have pity on me) Wani wachiyelo Atay omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Atay omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Atay (Father I want to live)

Lakota Healing Song

Add to EJ Playlist  This Lakota Healing song is what is known as a "Peyote" song. Peyote songs are the native american way of worshiping God (or so i've been told) Lyrics: Wani wachiyelo Ate omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Ate omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Ate omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Atay nimichikun (Father you have done this) Oshiya chichiyelo (Humbly have pity on me) Wani wachiyelo Atay omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Atay omakiyayo (Father help me I want to live) Wani wachiyelo Atay (Father I want to live)

Medicine Power

Add to EJ Playlist  This song is for spiritual healing of sadness, a broken heart, anger, and other unpleasant emotions. Song: Medicine Power Artist: Oliver Shanti

Sioux Honor Song

Add to EJ Playlist  This song was composed by the Sioux people, as a tribute to the warrior "Crazy Horse"

Warriors' Mourning Song

Add to EJ Playlist  Music for the Native American Flute. Song to mourn the passing of the great Native American Warriors, such as Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Red Cloud, Geronimo, Cochise, Lone Wolf, Tecumseh, Chief Joseph, and many more. Composed by "War Raven" (JD Droddy). Produced by Sunquaver Productions. See other War Raven songs on YouTube, such as "Trail of Tears" at http://www.yout =mCGt1YZ6rgU . For a free MP3 download or sheet music, visit our Web site: : http://www.sunq . Copyright 2010 Sunquaver Productions.

The Eagle Cried ~ Vietnam Veterans Tribute

Add to EJ Playlist  The Eagle Cried "The Eagle Cried" Written and recorded by US Army Major J Billington. This song was written in honor of the sacrifices of Vietnam veterans, who did not receive the hero's welcome that they deserved when they came home from the fight. This song was written for and performed at the 13th Combat Aviation Battalion Reunion at Fort Rucker, Alabama, held on May 15, 2010. To the Vietnam veterans that may find and watch this video, please accept my humble "Thank you for your service, and welcome home!" J Billington May 19, 2010

CHEYENNE - Dances Of the Wolf

Add to EJ Playlist  **READ PLEASE** I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG. All the credits go to the band Cheyenne and the producers. I only uploaded this on youtube because....well .. i love it x))..its really soothing and relaxing and i just didnt think it was fair for them to staying an anonymous band because they make awesome music. Cheyenne is a band that makes songs inspired from Amerindian culture, but in a modern style. Band: Cheyenne Song name: Dances of the Wolf Album: Vol 5. Great Spirit. I will be uploading more soon. Rate / Comment please :)

Lakota Lullaby (words and translation on screen)

Add to EJ Playlist  My name is Tiana Anpo Win Spotted Thunder, I am a proud Lakota woman who loves this song, hope you enjoy listening :)

"Holy Spirit Song" A Comanche Hymn

Add to EJ Playlist  "Holy Spirit Song" with some cool native pics...Sung By Marla Nauni


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Navajo Healing Song By The Navajo & The Sioux

Add to EJ Playlist  Beautifull Healing Song Sung by The Navajo And The Sioux, All Navajo Pics.

Four Directions song

Add to EJ Playlist  This song is often sung at the opening of the Inipi ceremony

Charles Littleleaf on the Native American Flute

Add to EJ Playlist  Native American Flute Player, Recording Artist and Custom Flute Maker, from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Oregon, USA, featured on PBS. For more information on Littleleaf, his CDs and link to his award winning native flutes, visit these sites to his music and instruments found at www.littleleaf. com and www.littleleafn ativeamericanfl (formerly Ancient Vision Flutes).

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