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PostSubject: Native American Symbols   Tue Dec 07, 2010 11:40 am

Native American symbols offer us a complete and reverent language of life, nature, and spirit. This language is unmatched in its depth and power.

This language derives it's power from the fact that American Indians viewed all things - whether seen or touched - living or inanimate - as possessors of a spirit.

Further, they recognize that everything in the universe holds a deeper meaning. As a result, all objects and beings deserve one's attention and respect. Therefore, Native American symbol meanings are an integral part of the Indian life.

Native American symbols bring concepts to mind that surpass words. These pictographs convey profound beliefs and perceptions.

Native American use of symbols vary according to different nations and regions here are a few uses:


As assurance that guardian spirits are present. Whether a warrior needs bolstered courage, or a new home needs a blessing - symbols always mark the occassion.


Seeking assistance from spirit. These symbols are the image of the spirit, and thus the object on which the symbol is depicted (tools, blankets, etc) is spiritually charged. This means that where a symbol is - so too is the original power.

The Native American Indian, as a whole, is constantly aware of its relationship with Mother Earth and her creatures. The spiritual goal of the Native American is to live in harmony with the universe.

As such, every-day use of signs, symbols, fetishes, animal totems, and emblems is just as commonplace, as using these tools in celebrations and ceremonies.
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