Native American Prayers And Blessings

Native American Prayers

I give you this one thought to keep:
I am with you still – I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow,
I am the diamond glints on snow,
I am the sunlight on ripened grain,
I am the gentle autumn rain.

When you awaken in the morning’s hush,
I am the swift, uplifting rush of
quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.

Do not think of me as gone —
I am with you still — in each new dawn!

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For you are one who does not hesitate to respond our call, you are the cornerstone of peace

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O Great spirits of Ancestors
I raise my pipe to you;
To you messengers in the four winds,
and to Mother Earth
who provides your children,
Give us the wisdom to teach our children to love,
To respect and to be kind to one another
So that we may grow with peace in mind.
Let us learn to share all good things
That you provide us on this Earth.

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Thus I pause in this unending prayer, ending as was begun, with undying gratitude for everything You have given and for all that You have done.
—Wanish, (Thank you)  Blue Turtle


Native American Prayer

  • SHORT VERSION

    Great Spirit,
    whose voice I hear in the wind,
    whose breath gives life to the world,
    Hear me.
    I come to you as one of your many children,
    I am small & weak,
    I need your strength & wisdom.
    May I walk in beauty.
    And how my life is unmanageable.
    I need to learn & remember that
    I have an incurable illness & that
    Abstinence is the only way to deal with it.
  • LONG VERSION

    Oh Great Spirit whose voice in the winds I hear,
    And whose breath gives life to all the world-
    Hear me.
    Before you I come
    One of your many children.
    I am small & weak.
    Your strength & wisdom I need.
    Let me walk in beauty & make my eyes ever behold the sunset.
    Make my heart respect all You have made,
    & my ears sharp to hear Your voice.
    Make me wise that I may know all You have taught my people,
    The lessons You have hidden in every rock.
    I seek strength, not to be superior to my brother,
    but to fight my greatest enemy – myself.
    Make me ready to stand before You with clean & straight eyes,
    So when life fades as the fading sunset,
    may my spirit stand before You without shame.
    — Mitakuye Oyasin

Listen Grandfather Where I Stand

Hey-a-a-hay! Lean to hear my feeble voice.
At the center of the sacred hoop,

you have said that I should make the tree to bloom.
With tears running O Great Spirit, my Grandfather,
with running eyes I must say….

The tree has never bloomed.
Here I stand, and the tree is withered.

Again I recall the great vision you gave me.
It may be that some little root of the sacred tree still lives….

Nourish it then, that it may leaf and bloom and fill with singing birds!

Hear me, that the people may once again go back to the sacred hoop, 
find the good road, and the shielding tree.

—Black Elk


Pawnee Prayer

Oh, Eagle; come with wings outspread in sunny skies.
Oh, Eagle, come and bring us peace, thy gentle peace. 

Oh, Eagle, come and give new life to us who pray.
Remember the circle of the sky; the stars, and the brown eagle,
the great life of the Sun, the young within the nest.
Remember the sacredness of things.

—Author Unknown


Power Animal Song

Come to us: Eagle, Wolf, Bear And Cougar.
Dance we now The Power dances.

Eagle soaring above the Peaks,
Share with us freedom,
Majesty and fighting skills.
Teach us lessons we need to Learn.

Dance with us 
The Power dances.

Wolf, cunning tracker, by day Or night.
Share with us endurance,
Courage and adaptability.
Teach us lessons we need 
To learn.

Dance with us 
The Power dances.

Bear, trampling along earthen Paths,
Share with us mighty strength
And sense of smell.
Teach us lessons we need 
To learn.

Dance with us 
The Power dances.

Cougar, lonely tracker of terrains,
Share with us agility,
Stamina and endless curiosity.
Teach us lessons we need to learn.

Dance with us
The Power dances.

Movements slow
Movements rapid.
Frenzied swaying
Upward, downward.
Dipping, turning
Round and round.

Dance we now
The Power dances.

Dancing partners,
You and I.
With me, 
In me I am you,
You are me.
Together as one,
Yet separate, too.

Dance we now
The Power Dances.

Awaken now
All Spirit beings.
To Dance the dances
With your human kin.

Dance the cycles of life and death,
Hope and fear,
Good and evil.
Dance the cycles,
Now and again.

Lower world, Upper world,
Journeying now and forever more,
Of time and space.
All is once,
There is none.
Dance the dances
Again and again.

—Author Unknown


Mother Earth Prayer

Mother Earth hear your child, As I sit here on your lap of grass, I listen to the echoes of your voice In my brother, the Wind, As he blows from all corners and directions.
The soft and gentle raindrops are the Tears you cry for your children.

Teach me the Lessons you offer: To nurture my children, as you nurture yours, To learn the Lessons of the Four Kingdoms, that make up this World of Physical Things, and To Learn to Walk the Path chosen so long ago.

Mother Earth, hear your child, Be a bond between the Worlds of Earth and Spirit. Let the Winds echo the Knowledge of the Grandfathers.

Who await, unseen, yet visible if I only turn my eyes to their World.

Let me hear their Voices, in the Winds that Blow to the East.

From the East: I seek the Lessons of Childhood: To see with the trusting innocence of a small one, The Lessons of Spirit, Given in Love by our Creator.

From the South: to Learn the Ways of Questioning: The Fire and Independence of adolescence, The Truths, and how they help us Grow along this Path.

From the West: where the Grandfathers teach us Acceptance of Responsibility That come during the years of Marriage and Family.

That my own children grow Strong, and True.

From the North: where the Elders, who by their long lives Have learned and stored Wisdom and Knowledge. And Learned to Walk in Balance and Harmony with our Mother, the Earth.

Mother Earth, hear your child. Hold my hand as I Walk my Path in this World. Guide me to the Lessons I seek, bring me closer to Our Creator, Until I return to the Western Direction, to once again Enter the World of Spirit, Where the Sacred Fire Awaits, and I rejoin the Council of the Elders, In the Presence of the One Who-Created-All.

—KiiskeeN’tum- She Who Remembers 


Native American Prayer 

Great Spirit, 
Give us hearts to understand
Never to take from creation’s beauty more than we give, 
Never to destroy want only for the furtherance of greed, 
Never to deny to give our hands for the building of earth’s beauty, 
Never to take from her what we cannot use.

Give us hearts to understand
That to destroy earth’s music is to create confusion,
That to wreck her appearance is to blind us to beauty, 
That to callously pollute her fragrance is to make a house of stench,
That as we care for her she will care for us.

Give us hearts to understand 
We have forgotten who we are. 
We have sought only our own security. 
We have exploited simply for our own ends. 
We have distorted our knowledge. 
We have abused our power.

Great Spirit, 
Whose dry lands thirst, 
Help us to find the way to refresh your lands.

Great Spirit, 
Whose waters are choked with debris and pollution,
Help us to find the way to cleanse your waters.

Great Spirit, 
Whose beautiful earth grows ugly with misuse, 
Help us to find the way to restore beauty to your handiwork. 

Great Spirit, 
Whose creatures are being destroyed,
Help us to find a way to replenish them

Great Spirit, 
whose gifts to us are being lost in selfishness and corruption, 
Help us to find the way to restore our humanity. 

 —Author Unknown


Oh GREAT MYSTERY!

Creator of all we are! All we have! All we ever shall be!
I give to You my most humble gratitude.
I thank You for life and all that pertains to life about me.
I thank You for giving me this opportunity of life in this form so that I may walk among Your wonders with knowledge and given the option to be considerate and to care.

I give You gratitude for those untold billions of lives that graciously gave themselves over to maintain this life over these many years, humbling me by their unselfish sacrifice just to keep me walking here. So much so as to realize the sacredness of life, upon this earth I share. Doubly grateful with each day, just knowing You placed them there.

I ask Your forgiveness Oh Great MYSTERY for all the petty things I’ve done. Cursing, griping and groaning over pains and shames thats done, with so little consideration for all the wisdom won.

With gratitude for all that was given and all that may yet to come. I give myself unto Your keeping to let Your will be done. Humbly asking and beseeching to use this aged parchment to face Your drum. Stretch it to its limit until under Your slightest touch it gives its loudest strum. Your drum signals given to all about and all that’s yet to come.

Forgive me if I sound selfish Oh Mystery after all you have already done. But for myself I have but one wish, perhaps a foolish one. That on that day when the mystery unfolds before me, when the work of this flesh is done, That I may utter with my final breath, “I DID ALL I SHOULD HAVE DONE!”


Who will sing my name?

When I see the eagle no more, 
Will you call my name? 

When the end of my path is reached, 
Will you sing my name in prayer? 

The Old Ones fade and are no more, 
And no one calls their names. 

Our People vanish and come to ashes, 
And no one sings the prayers. 

We were once strong and many, 
I call the names of those before. 

Those who remain have no knowing, 
For them I sing my prayer. 

But when I am gone, who follows me, 
Who will call my name? 

When I have given up my breath, 
Who will sing my name in prayer?

—Author Unknown


Cherokee Prayer 

Ga lu lo hi gi ni du da 
Sky our grandfather

Nu da wa gi ni li si 
Moon our grandmother 

E lo hi gi ne tse 
Earth our Mother

Ga li e li ga 
I am thankful 

Si gi ni gé yu 
We love each other

O sa li he li ga 
We are grateful


A Native American Prayer for Peace

O Great Spirit of our Ancestors, I raise my pipe to you.
To your messengers the four winds,
and to Mother Earth who provides for your children.
Give us the wisdom to teach our children to love, to respect,
and to be kind to each other so that they may grow with peace in mind.
Let us learn to share all the good things you provide for us on this Earth.
 – U.N. Day of Prayer for World Peace

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Cheyenne Prayer for Peace

Let us know peace.
For as long as the moon shall rise,
For as long as the rivers shall flow,
For as long as the sun shall shine,
For as long as the grass shall grow,
Let us know peace. 
 – Cheyenne Prayer

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The Great Spirit and Mother Earth

The Great Spirit is in all things, He is in the air we breathe. 
The Great Spirit is our Father, but the Earth is our Mother. 
She nourishes us, that which we put into the ground, She returns to us…
 – Big Thunder (Bedagi) – Wabanaki Algonquin

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Earth Prayer

Grandfather, Great Spirit, once more behold me on earth and lean to hear my feeble voice. 
You lived first, and you are older than all need, older than all prayer. 
All things belong to you — the two-legged, the four-legged, the wings of the air, and all green things that live.
You have set the powers of the four quarters of the earth to cross each other. 
You have made me cross the good road and road of difficulties, and where they cross, the place is holy. 
Day in, day out, forevermore, you are the life of things.
Hey! Lean to hear my feeble voice.
At the center of the sacred hoop
You have said that I should make the tree to bloom.
With tears running, O Great Spirit, my Grandfather,
With running eyes I must say
The tree has never bloomed 
Here I stand, and the tree is withered.
Again, I recall the great vision you gave me.
It may be that some little root of the sacred tree still lives.
Nourish it then
That it may leaf
And bloom
And fill with singing birds!
Hear me, that the people may once again
Find the good road
And the shielding tree.
 – Black Elk 

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Sioux Prayer

Grandfather Great Spirit
All over the world the faces of living ones are alike.
With tenderness they have come up out of the ground
Look upon your children that they may face the winds
And walk the good road to the Day of Quiet.
Grandfather Great Spririt
Fill us with the Light.
Give us the strength to understand, and the eyes to see.
Teach us to walk the soft Earth as relatives to all that live.
 – Sioux Prayer

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Native American Prayer

Give us the wisdom to teach our children to love, to respect and to be kind to one another that we may grow with peace in mind.
 – Native American Prayer

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Mohawk Prayer

Oh Great Spirit, Creator of all things;
Human Beings, trees, grass, berries.
Help us, be kind to us.
Let us be happy on earth.
Let us lead our children
To a good life and old age.
These our people; give them good minds
To love one another.
Oh Great Spirit,
Be kind to us
Give these people the favor
To see green trees,
Green grass, flowers, and berries
This next spring;
So we all meet again
Oh Great Spirit,
We ask of you.
 – Mohawk Prayer

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Zuni Prayer

Cover my earth mother four times with many flowers.
Let the heavens be covered with the banked-up clouds.
Let the earth be covered with fog; cover the earth with rains.
Great waters, rains, cover the earth.  Lighting cover the earth.
Let thunder be heard over the earth; let thunder be heard;
Let thunder be heard over the six regions of the earth.
 – Zuni Prayer for Rain

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Earth Prayer

Earth teach me freedom
as the eagle which soars in the sky.
Earth teach me regeneration
as the seed which rises in the spring.
Earth teach me to forget myself
as melted snow forgets its life.
Earth teach me to remember kindness
as dry fields weep with rain.
 – Ute Prayer

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A Chinook Prayer

May All I Say

May all I say and all I think
be in harmony with thee,
God within me,
God beyond me,
maker of the trees.
 – Chinook prayer, Pacific Northwest Coast, North America

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Apache Blessing

May the sun bring you new energy by day, 
may the moon softly restore you by night, 
may the rain wash away your worries, 
may the breeze blow new strength into your being, 
may you walk gently through the world and 
know it’s beauty all the days of your life.
 – Apache Blessing

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Healing Prayer

Grandfather,
Sacred one,
Teach us love, compassion,
and honor.
That we may heal the earth
And heal each other.
 – Ojibway Prayer

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Great Spirit

O Great Spirit, help me always to speak the truth quietly, to listen with an open mind when others speak and to remember the peace that may be found in silence.
 – Cherokee Prayer

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One With This World

My words are tied in one with the great mountains, with the great rocks, with the great trees, in one with my body and heart.
 All of you see me, one with this world.
 – Yokuts Prayer

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What is Life

What is life? 
It is the flash of a firefly in the night. 
It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. 
It is the little shadow which runs across the grass 
and loses itself in the sunset.
 – Crowfoot, Blackfoot warrior and orator

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Eagle Prayer

Oh Eagle, come with wings outspread in sunny skies. 
Oh Eagle, come and bring us peace, thy gentle peace. 
Oh Eagle, come and give new life to us who pray. 
Remember the circle of the sky, the stars, and the brown eagle, 
the great life of the Sun, the young within the nest. 
Remember the sacredness of things. 
 – Pawnee Prayer

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Prayer For Peace

Oh Great Spirit who dwells in the sky, 
lead us to the path of peace and understanding, 
let all of us live together as brothers and sisters.
Our lives are so short here, walking upon Mother Earth’s surface, 
let our eyes be opened to all the blessings you have given us. 
Please hear our prayers, Oh Great Spirit.
 – Native American Prayer

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The Journey

When the earth is sick and dying,
There will come a tribe of people
From all races…
Who will put their faith in deeds,
Not words, and make the planet
Green again…
 – Cree Prophecy

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I Give You This One Thought

I give you this one thought to keep
I am with you still – I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow,
I am the diamond glints on snow,
I am the sunlight on ripened grain,
I am the gentle autumn rain.

When you awaken in the morning’s hush,
I am the swift, uplifting rush
of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.

Do not think of me as gone –
I am with you still – in each new dawn.


The Warm Winds

May the warm winds of heaven blow gently on your house, and may the great spirit bless all who enter.
May your moccasins make happy tracks in many snows, and may the rainbow always touch your shoulder.


A Prayer for Healing

Mother, sing me a song
That will ease my pain,
Mend broken bones,
Bring wholeness again.
Catch my babies
When they are born,
Sing my death song,
Teach me how to mourn.
Show me the Medicine
Of the healing herbs,
The value of spirit,
The way I can serve.

Mother, heal my heart
So that I can see
The gifts of yours
That can live through me.


Sioux Indian Prayer

Hear me, four quarters of the world– a relative I am! Give me the strength to walk the soft earth. Give me the eyes to see and the strength to understand, that I may be like you. With your power only can I face the winds. Great Spirit…all over the earth the faces of living things are all alike. With tenderness have these come up out of the ground. Look upon these faces of children without number and with children in their arms, that they may face the winds and walk the good road to the day of quiet. This is my prayer’ hear me!


Great Spirit Prayer

Oh, Great Spirit,
Whose voice I hear in the winds
and whose breath gives life to all the world.
Hear me! I need your strength and wisdom.
Let me walk in beauty, and make my eyes
ever hold the red and purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have made
and my ears sharp to hear your voice.
Make me wise so that I may understand
the things you have taught my people.
Let me learn the lessons you have hidden
in every leaf and rock.

Help me remain calm and strong in the
face of all that comes towards me.
Help me find compassion without
empathy overwhelming me.
I seek strength, not to be greater than my brother,
but to fight my greatest enemy: myself.
Make me always ready to come to you
with clean hands and straight eyes.
So when life fades, as the fading sunset,
my spirit may come to you without shame.

– Translated by Lakota Sioux Chief Yellow Lark in 1887


Prayer for Life

Our old women gods, we ask you!
Our old women gods, we ask you!
Then give us long life together,
May we live until our frosted hair is white;
May we live till then.
This life that now we know!

– Tewa (North American Indian) Traditional Prayer


Only For a Short While

Oh, only for so short a while you
have loaned us to each other,
because we take form in your act of drawing us,
and we take life in your painting us,
and we breathe in your singing us.

But only for so short a while
have you loaned us to each other.
Because even a drawing cut in obsidian fades,
and the green feathers, the crown feathers,
of the Quetzal bird lose their color,
and even the sounds of the waterfall
die out in the dry season.

So, we too, because only for a short while
have you loaned us to each other.

– Aztec Indian Prayer


The Garden is Rich

The garden is rich with diversity
With plants of a hundred families
In the space between the trees
With all the colours and fragrances.
Basil, mint and lavender,
Great Mystery keep my remembrance pure,
Raspberry, Apple, Rose,
Great Mystery fill my heart with love,
Dill, anise, tansy,
Holy winds blow in me.
Rhododendron, zinnia,
May my prayer be beautiful
May my remembrance O Great Mystery
be as incense to thee
In the sacred grove of eternity
As I smell and remember
The ancient forests of earth.

– Chinook Psalter


Cherokee Prayer Blessing

May the Warm Winds of Heaven
Blow softly upon your house.
May the Great Spirit
Bless all who enter there.
May your Mocassins
Make happy tracks
in many snows,
and may the Rainbow
Always touch your shoulder.


Cherokee Prayer

Peace and happiness are available in every moment.
Peace is every step. We shall walk hand in hand.
There are no political solutions to spiritual problems.
Remember: If the Creator put it there, it is in the right place.
The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears.
Tell your people that, since we were promised we should never be moved,
we have been moved five times.


Earth, Teach Me

Earth teach me quiet — as the grasses are still with new light.
Earth teach me suffering — as old stones suffer with memory.
Earth teach me humility — as blossoms are humble with beginning.
Earth teach me caring — as mothers nurture their young.
Earth teach me courage — as the tree that stands alone.
Earth teach me limitation — as the ant that crawls on the ground.
Earth teach me freedom — as the eagle that soars in the sky.
Earth teach me acceptance — as the leaves that die each fall.
Earth teach me renewal — as the seed that rises in the spring.
Earth teach me to forget myself — as melted snow forgets its life.
Earth teach me to remember kindness — as dry fields weep with rain.


An Ute Prayer

Treat the earth well.
It was not given to you by your parents,
it was loaned to you by your children.
We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors,
we borrow it from our Children.


A Pueblo Indian Prayer

Before our white brothers arrived to make us civilized men,
we didn’t have any kind of prison. Because of this, we had no delinquents.
Without a prison, there can be no delinquents.
We had no locks nor keys and therefore among us there were no thieves.
When someone was so poor that he couldn’t afford a horse, a tent or a blanket,
he would, in that case, receive it all as a gift.
We were too uncivilized to give great importance to private property.
We didn’t know any kind of money and consequently, the value of a human being
was not determined by his wealth.
We had no written laws laid down, no lawyers, no politicians,
therefore we were not able to cheat and swindle one another.
We were really in bad shape before the white men arrived and I don’t know
how to explain how we were able to manage without these fundamental things
that (so they tell us) are so necessary for a civilized society.

– John (Fire) Lame Deer, Sioux Lakota (1903-1976)


Lakota Prayer

Wakan Tanka, Great Mystery,
teach me how to trust
my heart,
my mind,
my intuition,
my inner knowing,
the senses of my body,
the blessings of my spirit.
Teach me to trust these things
so that I may enter my Sacred Space
and love beyond my fear,
and thus Walk in Balance
with the passing of each glorious Sun.


A Three Step Morning Prayer

First Step: Plant your feet firmly on the earth. Using your five senses, give thanks to our Creator God for the countless ways God comes to us through creation- for all the beauty that your eyes see, for all the sounds that your ears ear, for all the scents that you smell, the tastes that you taste, for all that you feel (the sun, wind, rain, snow, warm, or cold). Pray this day that you may be open and attuned to the countless ways that our Creator God comes to us through your senses, through the gifts of creation.
Second Step: Let go of all the pain, struggle, regret, failures, garbage of yesterday – step out of it – leave it behind- brush the dust of it from your feet.
Third Step: With this third and final step, step into the gift of the new day, full of hope, promise, and potential. Give thanks for the gift of this new day, which God has made!

Amen.

– Jose Hobday


Prayer of The Seven Directions

Begin facing EAST- This is where the sun comes up, and so the direction of new beginnings, hope, promise, and potential. Pray that you may be open to receiving these gifts this day.* Each turn is a quarter turn to your right.
Turn SOUTH – This is the direction of warmth, growth, fertility (!), also known as creativity and productivity. In addition, this direction represents faith, trust, and faithfulness in relationships. Pray for these things this day.
Turn WEST – This is the direction where the sun goes down. Thus, it is the direction of rest, of our dream lives, and of closure and endings that need to take place in order for there to be new beginnings. Pray for these things this day.
Turn NORTH – This is the direction of the cold, of winds, of strength, courage, fortitude, might, single-mindedness, focus, clarity and purpose. Pray for these things this day.
Turn back to the EAST – and turn UPWARD. For Native Americans this is the direction of Father Sky. Pray that your heart, mind, soul, and spirit will not forget to look upward this day, to the One who is so much greater than we are.
Turn DOWNWARD – and touch our Mother, the earth. Pray that everything you do this day will be in honor and reverence of our Mother Earth.
Turn INWARD- Place your hand on your heart and pray that all that you do this day will be true to the Spirit of God, the Spirit of Christ, the Holy Spirit who dwells within you.

Amen.

– Jose Hobday


Navajo PrayersNavajo Prayers

The simplest and most obvious prayer is a request to God that the adversity end and that one be restored to health. Such prayers often involve “affirmations.” There is a considerable psychological literature on the healing power of affirmations, and many cancer patients use them. Here is a beautiful Navajo prayer that uses affirmation:

O you who dwell In the house made of the dawn,
In the house made of the evening twilight . . .
Where the dark mist curtains the doorway,
The path to which is on the rainbow . . .
I have made your sacrifice.
I have prepared a smoke for you.

My feet restore for me.
My limbs restore for me.
My body restore for me.
My mind restore for me.
My voice restore for me.

Today, take away your spell from me.
Away from me you have taken it.
Far Off from me you have taken it.

Happily I recover.
Happily my interior becomes cool.
Happily my eyes regain their power.
Happily my head becomes cool.
Happily my limbs regain their power.
Happily I hear again.
Happily for me the spell is taken Off.

Happily I walk.
Impervious to pain, I walk.
Feeling light within, I walk . . .
In beauty I walk.
With beauty before me, I walk.
With beauty behind me, I walk.
With beauty below me, I walk.
With beauty all around me, I walk.

It is finished in beauty.
It is finished in beauty.
It is finished in beauty.


As I Walk with Beauty

As I walk, as I walk 
The universe is walking with me 
In beauty it walks before me 
In beauty it walks behind me 
In beauty it walks below me 
In beauty it walks above me 
Beauty is on every side 
As I walk, I walk with Beauty.

—A Traditional Navajo Prayer


Traditional Navajo Prayer

Now I walk in beauty,
beauty is before me,
beauty is behind me,
above and below me.


Navajo Chant

The mountains, I become a part of it…
The herbs, the fir tree, I become a part of it.
The morning mists, the clouds, the gathering waters,
I become a part of it.
The wilderness, the dew drops, the pollen…
I become a part of it.
 – Navajo Chant


Navajo Land

The Navajos (Navaho, Navajo: Diné or Naabeehó) are a Native American people of the Southwestern United States. The Navajo people are politically divided between two federally recognized tribes, the Navajo Nation and the Colorado River Indian Tribes.


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