Thoughts, Wisdom, Art and Musings From the Heart
This segment of Journeys of the Spirit is dedicated to presenting the insights, wisdom and art of Ghost Dancer, Native sage of Muscogee and Ani-yun-wiya heritage. “Ghost,” as he is known to his friends, has knowledge of many Native traditions as well as world religions. His primary focus is on the ancient history, customs and beliefs of the First Peoples of the Southeastern United States.
For more than 40 years, Ghost has studied, lived, experienced, and taught these traditions for the benefit of hundreds of others. Ghost has been described by those who know him best as a “Gentle Giant” and a “Walking Encyclopedia” of SE Native Culture and History. We are most grateful that he is willing to share with all who seek to learn, and perhaps, some of us will even discover ourselves in the process. All who come with an open heart are strongly urged to read, think, learn, discuss, and ask questions.
The Creeks & Their Dances Series
Index to Ghost Dancer’s Articles
Honoring My Beloved Elders Part 1 – Early Childhood – Florida Part 2 – Teen years – South Dakota Summers Prophecy of the Rainbow Children The Universal Rainbow Spirit Within Us (1) The Universal Rainbow Spirit Within Us (2) Ancient Arts & Legends – Interpretations by Ghost Dancer Horned Winged Serpent (Beaded Medallion) Legend of the Tie Snake (Beaded Medallion) Rainbow Serpent Ghost Dancer's Art 1. Red Cloud, Osceola & Powwow Princess Sacred Medicine Ways Introduction (Owning your Gifts) Part 1 Being a Shaman – Part 2 Understanding Native Way of Thinking – Part 3 Forgiving Ourselves – Part 4 Your Inner Power – Part 5 Who am I & What am I Doing Here - Part 6 The Spirit World - Part 7 Sacred Peace-Healing Energy Part 8 Traditional Women’s Role – Part 9 Going to Water (Water Song) – Part 10 Herbal Medicines - Part 11 Moons, Ceremonials & Dances - Part 12 Native Rules of Respectful Behavior - Part 13 The Creeks & Their Dances The Naturally Sacred Way Our Ancestors Danced