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Our religion is not one of paint and feathers; it is a thing of the heart"
Handsome Lake

This above statement expresses the true center and root meaning of Native Spirituality, the heart. Prayers are said with the heart and carried upon the wind. These are thoughts for the heart, soul and the mind, to remember who we truly are, where we come from and where we are going.

We are all connected, connected to each other.

Thank you for visiting the Native American Prayers and Blessings section of . I appreciate all of you who have remained with me and the site throughout the years. I hope you all like the new 6th generation web page design as I am thrilled to present the newest web page incarnation.

As Chief Luther Standing Bear said, "The old Lakota was wise. He knew that man's heart away from nature becomes hard; he knew that lack of respect for growing, living things soon led to lack of respect for humans too." It is my hope that these pages will expand your appreciation of the world around you so that compassion and respect may be spread to the earth and to humankind.

Love and Light,

"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