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Dancing Between Two Worlds : Jung and the Native American Soul (Jung and Spirituality)

The Book of Ceremonies : A Native Way of Honoring and Living the SacredThe Book of Ceremonies : A Native Way of Honoring and Living the Sacred by Gabriel Horn, Carises Horn (Illustrator)

In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn offers a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing the sacred Native American way of life and what its religion and ritual can offer spiritual seekers from all backgrounds. The six parts of the book cover preparation for ceremonies greeting the day; acknowledgment and gratitude; marriage and divorce; birth and death; dreams and visions; and seasons and healing. Highlights include a Zuni creation account, an Aztec love song, and an Omaha prayer presenting a new infant.

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American Indian Philosophy Association

American Indian Philosophy Association This is a web page in progress. Please be patient. Press Reload, since things change. Our organization is an association of professional philosophers who seek to encourage the thoughtful and careful articulation, study, and contemplation of philosophical issues that affect American Indigenous people and the communities to which we belong.

 

WWW Virtual Library - Native American Resources

Extensive directory of resources offers links to sites in such categories as history, language, art, government, organizations and health.

 

Native Americans

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Native American Cultural Philosophy

A critique of Western European philosophical traditions from a native American perspective.

 

Native American Philosophy

A borderland where questions pop like weasles from a conjure-jar and never find an answer in the word you hope to hear.

  

Native Americans - Internet Resources

Resources on Native Americans for K12, including history, literature, bibliography.

 

Native American Philosophy

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Native American Studies

The goal of the course offered is to provide an open, alternative education opportunity through experiencing a Native American philosophy of education that promotes self-determination, individual research, goal setting, internal motivation and self-reliance.

 

Native American Educational Philosophy

Native American educational philosophy encompasses the education of the whole child with many types of learning styles and teaching styles. A child does not live in multiple worlds, but lives in one surrounded by sensations, events and feelings impacting him or her from all sides. The following images developed by Dr. Cornel Pewewardy at the University of Kansas depict a holistic educational philosophy geared towards teaching the whole child and and not just separate pieces of the child.

 

Native American Philosophy

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