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Title: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Dragonscrying on February 07, 2021, 17:49:47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp6eu1w-wDQ&feature=emb_title

From a vision of indigenous grandmothers and many hands of the multicultural Alaskan community, the GrandMother Drum (the largest drum of its kind in the world), took over a year to construct. White Eagle Medicine Woman guided each step of the Building Ceremony of the GrandMother Drum with prayer, ceremony and world-wide meditations. Each of the seven layers of wood of this 7 foot (2.134m) diameter drum, represents the 7 continents of Mother Earth.

Over 1300 strips of Alaska Yellow and Red Cedar and Alaska Birch were used for the kettle shaped drum base. During each layer, prayers and ceremonies were conducted for the people of each continent of Mother Earth.

The GrandMother Drum design brings together the drums of the people of the four directions. The drumís kettle shape design is similar to the kultxrun of the Mapuche of South America, the Buffalo skin came from North America, the stringed tuning style is that of an African Djembe and the stand reflects an Indian tabla.

Over two hundred clear and rose quartz crystals are embedded in the kettle shaped drum base. The crystals were embedded in a pattern known as the Sacred Triple Spiral. This pattern is actually a matrix of the chakras or energy centres of the human energy field. When activated through specific drumming techniques, the crystals in the Grandmother Drum transmit a high frequency healing tone, immersing the human body in a high crystalline environment, raising the potential for a deep healing of the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies.

The Mission of the GrandMother Drum International Peace Project is to travel around the world promoting peace and unity through the global language of music, dance, cultural and healings arts.

The GrandMother Drum is a living, beating symbol from the hearts of the grandmothers that we are all one people, that Mother Earth is our one country, that love is stronger than fear and that peace and freedom are the birthrights of all humanity. The drum is the centre piece of creating celebrations that honour the unique gifts and spiritual traditions of the diverse cultures of the human family with the theme: The Heartbeat of One Family, One Earth. The dynamic multicultural performances share an explosive mix of thundering primal rhythms, irresistible music and dance.

Source (http://www.kjpromo.com.au/grandmother-drum/)


Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Dragonscrying on February 08, 2021, 11:31:10
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2kKl8RTVcQ

Robert Mirabal: Valley of Dreams

("What I create comes out my body and soul, in a desire to take care of the spirits of the earth")

Robert Mirabal is a Pueblo musician and Native American flute player and maker from Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.

His flutes are world-renowned and have been displayed at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of the American Indian.



Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Dragonscrying on February 08, 2021, 20:39:30

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8A_fhx085s

More dancers are joining in the porch-front jingle dress craze to share healing and joy.

Skye, from the Navajo Nation in Arizona, wanted to be part of the movement during the pandemic.

She says itís important to share her heritage with everyone.


Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Dragonscrying on February 10, 2021, 14:31:28

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwX7GdiTTXw&feature=emb_title

Song For The Sacred Elements - Chenoa Egawa & Alex Turtle

"We present this song in gratitude to the elements that give us life, and to all peoples of the world who are working together to unite, honor and uplift our voices, songs and prayers on behalf of our beautiful Mother Earth".


Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Dragonscrying on February 11, 2021, 02:57:17

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EaslmzzHl0


Native Hoop Dancers From Around The Country Unite to Heal the World


*The hoop is the most significant part of the dance with a deep symbolic meaning.

 For most Native Americans the hoop simply represents the never-ending circle of life. 

It has no end or beginning and reminds one that we, as nations, are all connected.


Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Nameless on February 12, 2021, 06:12:24
Dragonscrying, if you like you can make yourself a folder on you own computer to keep this sort of information and links. If you are using a shared computer you can also store this on a flash drive for your own use.

However Astral Pulse is not a link repository. Please refrain.


Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: tides2dust on February 13, 2021, 03:59:31
At least everything is neatly organized and makes sense...
Spiritual Evolution > Native American Spirituality

Surely Dragon is here out of interest in things like consciousness... NPE... ? Don't let me put words in your mouth Brother.

Kind regards <3


Title: Re: Native American Spirituality
Post by: Xanth on February 15, 2021, 03:30:16
At least everything is neatly organized and makes sense...
Spiritual Evolution > Native American Spirituality

Surely Dragon is here out of interest in things like consciousness... NPE... ? Don't let me put words in your mouth Brother.

Kind regards <3
To put an official spin on it....

We appreciate Dragonscrying's intent, but we must ask that such quantity of similar posts be limited.
Just makes for a dirty discussion area.

I do hope everyone involved understands, but future posts of this type will be moderated.

Thanks :)