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Elouise Cobell - Thank You
There are different viewpoints from which to look upon the results of Cobell vs. Salazar and a spiritual perspective is one example. Elouise Pepion Cobell was an activist born out of the noble bloodline of Mountain Chief, one of the legendary leaders of the Blackfeet Nation.

Enjoy Life’s Journey But Leave No Tracks
Words of wisdom from our Ancestors taught of treating our Earth Mother with care and respect. Humankind today has drifted far from these traditional philosophies. We can see through the eyes of our Ancestors to heal, comfort, and bless a hurting and reacting Earth and her children.

Fire Water – The Spirit of Bondage
Fire Water is a term our ancestors used to describe the potent whiskey and rum introduced to them by European traders. The word alcohol originates from the Arabic word for spirit, “al-kuhl.” In Middle Eastern folklore, the al-khul is the name of a ravenous, body-eating spirit.

Follow the Rhythms of Nature
Our Ancestors recognized the prolific value in studying nature. In doing so they realized that following and trusting the rhythms of nature leads to balance, health, and prosperity.

Fruit Salad Recipe
This post-reservation era, holiday recipe is one made by many Native sisters through the generations. Interestingly, the same basic recipe is served during special occasions across the Great Plains and into the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy this fruit salad with a happy heart and serve it with love!

Fry Bread and White Bean Soup – Cozy Winter Recipe
Fry bread is soul food in Indian Country. Fry bread recipes vary regionally from tribe to tribe. Fry bread is always great as an accompaniment to soup. May your hearts be grateful and your meal be blessed with all the goodness Mother Earth and the Great Spirit provide for you now and always.

Full Circle - Book Review
With courage and insight, Full Circle captures the effects of historical trauma. This book of historical fiction is significant, it tells a story that has rarely been told. Full Circle is spellbinding story that brings to light the roots of despair that still manifests as pain for too many.

Gateway to Healing - An Introduction
Historical Trauma, for many of us this term would be difficult to define. However, within the meaning of this term lies the key to freedom and healing for many First Nations and Native American people, thanks to the work of Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart.

Great Spirit – Opening Heart & Soul
Opening one’s heart and soul to the Great Spirit was a life-giving principle our Ancestors lived by. It is possible to reactivate this standard of living in Spirit by developing our trust muscles.

Harvest Moon Acorn Squash Recipe
Some Ancestors celebrated harvest time with prayerful ceremonies, giving thanks and praise to the Creator. In the spirit of appreciation and thanksgiving, here is a toasty sweet treat to enjoy with loved ones under a beautiful harvest moon!

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