Articles for tag: Native American Crafts, Sweat Lodge, Vision Quest

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Native American Influences on Dreaming

Many cultures around the world believe in the power, symbolism, and importance of dreams. The various cultures of the native peoples of North America are no exception to the concept of dream importance. Because dreams are often viewed as mystical, it is no wonder that so many different peoples put such an interesting significance on ...

The Indian Sweat Lodge and Its Use

Sweat Lodges were used from the Alaskan Eskimo to the Mayans in South America. The purpose in most cases went beyond just cleaning the body. The sweat bath provided a cure for various diseases. It revitalized aching muscles as well as a sense of racial identity. Many used it to rid themselves of the evil ...

Top Casino Spas on the East Coast

Several casino spas on the East Coast offer weekend getaway package and extended stay vacations where you can play all day long and enjoy a relaxing, pampering treatment at night without leaving the premises. These destination spas are great for honeymoons, girlfriend’s getaways and other special gatherings, and give you a chance to enjoy the ...

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Build Your Own Backyard Sweatlodge

Note to Editor: The following article is my own work and is not taken from any website, magazine, television broadcast or newspaper. Instead of paying high fees for a gym steam room, learn how to build a sweat lodge in your back yard. Use it yourself or invite friends. Sweat helps the body rid itself ...

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The Navajo Creation Myth: One Interpretation

In the late sixties or early seventies, the Navajo chose to revert to the name given to them by their Creator. That name was Ni’hookaa Diyan Dine, which translates to “Holy People.” The Dine (Navajo) believed that The Glittering World (earth) came about as a result of the emerging of three worlds beneath its crust. ...

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Sioux Indian Culture

Sioux Indian culture is very unique. You can find evidence of this culture by looking at this group’s family lives, gender roles, spirituality, food, and attire. With regards to the Sioux Indian’s family lives, they have always been deeply devoted to their families. The Sioux Indians were very fond of their children, whom were called ...