Soul concepts of the Navaho

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Franciscan Missionary Union , Cincinnati
Navajo In
Other titlesAnnali lateranensi.
StatementBerard Haile
SeriesAnnali lateranensi -- v. 7
The Physical Object
Pagination 94 p.
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Open LibraryOL26544807M

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Largest Native American group. To the Navaho, nature exists and humans are a part of nature. They see their world in terms of relationships and connections that bind the various elements that make up the world.

All the elements - land, plants, animals, people and gods are bound together into a systematic and balanced whole. Wyman and Haile describe Hózhó as “everything that a Navajo thinks as good—that is good as opposed to evil, favorable to man as opposed to unfavorable or doubtful.” 4 It expresses for the Navajo such concepts as the words beauty, perfection, harmony, goodness, normality, success, wellbeing, blessedness, order, and ideal.

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The Tibetans lived for centuries in peace until the Chinese crossed their borders. It can work. We just need to keep the predators in check. Superb, out-of-the ordinary, cutting-edge book with the concepts presented. I will read it again, it is so packed /5(81). Some part of them (the soul) survives and returns to the world of the living to continue a purpose.

There is a cycle of birth and death in effect. People are born, live out their lives in “this world,” and die.

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