We Are One – A Native American Perspective

By Gregg Prescott, M.S., BodyMindSoulSpirit.com

As a society, we have lost that connection to nature and how it interacts with every form of life. We have bought into ego, materialism, and greed at the expense of depleting our resources and subsequently killing that which keeps us alive.

The following video contains quotes from Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Oren Lyons, and Russell Means. These Native American words of wisdom show our link to all life and the future of our planet.

The driving point in this video is the story of the tree.  If you cut down one tree, you are also affecting everything that relied upon that tree, such as herbs and plants that grow near specific trees and any animal or bird life that existed in that particular tree.  You’re also depleting the regenerative ability for that tree to purify our air.  Just one single tree connects so many living things in the forest as they are all related and interplay with one another.

We are all one child spinning through Mother Sky.
~ Shawnee Tribe

Red Crow Westerman stated, “We are all from the Earth and when Earth, water, the atmosphere is corrupted, then it will create it’s own reaction.  Mother is reacting.”

The following quote is an excerpt from Last Cry – Native American Prophecies & Tales of the End times:

Aho Mitakyue Oyasin means in Lakota “We are all one” – not just all one with a part, but one with the whole.

We are preoccupied with nonsensical distractions such as sports, television, and most importantly, the feeling that we need to be economic slaves to a broken system of fiat currency. We are literal slaves to the almighty dollar and are willing to work 40-plus hours, 5 days a week until we are no longer able to work anymore.  For what?  And why?

As the rich get richer, they are creating an even larger disparity between those who have money and those who do not. We pay our bills to things that should be inherently free, such as rent to a landlord (the LORD of your land), food and water.  In order to do so, we pay homage to our overlords, who graciously give us employment in exchange for the government raising our children through state sponsored education systems that are nothing more than propaganda machines and mind control.  In exchange, our overlords bless us with one or two days off each week and perhaps a week or two of vacation each year.

  • How many people are working jobs that they hate for an employer who’s an a*hole?
  • Is this living or just existing?
  • Is this why we incarnated at this particular place in space and time?

The time has arrived where mankind needs to reclaim what is ours, without overlords telling us what to do and when to do it.

In order for this to happen, we ALL need to come together because once the bottom of the pyramid unites (ALL of us), the rest will collapse.

This will be the beginning of becoming one. The rest is dependent on reconnecting with nature and finding ways to coexist, not only with ourselves but with Mother Earth as well.

It won’t happen by doing nothing.  As the Hopi say, “We are the ones we have been waiting for“.

“I, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Keeper of the Sacred C’anupa brought to the Lakota-Dakota-Nakota Nation by the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Woman nineteen generations ago. Mitakuye Oyasin has a bigger meaning than just our blood relatives. Yes, it’s true; we are all one human race. But the word Mitakuye means relations and Oyasin means more than family, more than a Nation, more than all of humankind. Everything that has a spirit. The interconnectedness of all beings and all things. We are all One”

People are powerful and there is time to become the change you want to see in the world.   Peaceful non-compliance will change the current global system. Ideas such as Ubuntu and The Venus Project will transform the world into the proverbial Golden Age, but we are at a tipping point and do not have much time left on the ecological clock.

Like Oren Lyons stated, “Every day that you don’t do what’s right is a day that you’ve lost an option and you’re losing your options every day.”

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About the Author:
Gregg Prescott <a href=Gregg Prescott, M.S. is the founder and editor of In5D and BodyMindSoulSpirit. He hosts a weekly spiritual show on In5D Radio and promotes spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric conferences in the United States through In5dEvents. His love and faith for humanity motivates him to work relentlessly in humanity’s best interests 12-15+ hours a day, 365 days a year. Please like and follow In5D on Facebook as well as BodyMindSoulSpirit on Facebook!

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5 thoughts on “We Are One – A Native American Perspective”

  1. Trees Grow bearing Centuries of Stories

    Vision the roots and longevity

    Naturally fallen rarely completely uproot

    Trees Grow bearing Centuries of Stories

    Mother Earth releases
    Man Uproots
    In his destruction he digs at the core
    The Trees bearing Centuries of Stories
    Destroyed

    The solution of Everything proven in its cords

    Vision these Trees as People

    Dying by inches daily

    Either man is uprooting them
    Or Mother Earth Releases

    Their struggles of
    No where to live
    Not enough light, water or air
    Wasting and Building on the land around its core

    Lack of affordable housing
    Lack of proper education
    Lack of opportunities for growth

    Their solutions
    Decrease Construction
    Save the Planet
    Clean the areas they live

    Clean the areas they live
    Books, Teachers, Truth
    Talents, Gifts, Network
    Be a Creator and Nurturer of Everything to Grow

    The trees are falling
    The people are falling
    The solutions of Living are in the roots

    Trees Grow bearing Centuries of Stories
    Too often left untold-written May 3, 2016 Niki Alston

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  2. It’s fun when you see the ego filled natives who try to become offended at any infringement of a white person inquiring into their beliefs, and denying that a non-native could have the experiences they do.

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