Rowdy, has a bedtime routine that involves him climbing into a closet to get his dream pillows each night.
There is a great photo essay on Mashabale.com of Edward Curtis' photos from the early 1900's.
Beatuiful photos of Native peoples.
Check it out.
We are posting this because it is relevant to we what do and to the communities that we serve.
We hope you find it useful.
The PDFs below had to be broken into seveal peices because the original 330-page document was to large for me to upload all at one time.
Our ceremonial blend is a mix of sacred North American herbs which includes Desert Sage (Artemisia tridentata), White Sage (Salvia apiana), Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum) and Sweetgrass (Hierochloë odorata).
We recommend placing a little of this mix on embers of your fire, hot rocks or a charcoal disk. You can also light a some in an incense bowl or Abalone shell and waft the smoke around your body, objects, pets or any space you wish to purify and bless.
Plants of Power: Native American Ceremony and the Use of Sacred Plants
by Alfred Savinelli
This book is a guide to the sacred plants traditionally used by Native Americans and other indigenous people. It is an excellent tool for those seeking to connect more fully with the mysterious world of plants, animals, and Spirit.
For thousands ofyears Native cultures have used plants to heal physical and spiritual ailments. Highlighted here are 14 significant plants, with information on their properties, growing conditions, and medicinal applications, along with descriptions of Native American ceremonies and rituals in which these plants play a central role.