Native American Prayer For Strength

Native American Prayer For Strength

There are many Native American prayers that we can use to find strength, both in ourselves and in our community.

Oh, Great Spirit whose voice I hear in the winds, and whose breath gives life to all the world, hear me!

The Great Spirit is a term for the Supreme Being, or God, in many Native American Indian cultures. The Great Spirit has been compared to the monotheistic God of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Great Spirit is also one of the names given to God by some Native American Indian tribes, including the Lakota Sioux and Ojibwe Anishinaabe tribes. In these cultures there are no intermediaries between man and Creator; each person must rely on his own efforts to communicate with the Creator directly through prayer and meditation.

The Native American belief system holds that life has three interconnected parts: physical world (earth), natural elements (air), and spirit world (heavens). These three worlds are all part of a larger universe that encompasses everything around us including prayers offered up from our hearts at various times throughout our lives like when we pray for strength when facing difficult challenges in life situations such as those mentioned above

I am small and weak.

You are small, and weak. I am small, and weak.

We are all small and weak in our own ways. We all have strengths that we can use to overcome our weaknesses.

The strength that you need is not physical strength; it is inner strength. The strength that you need is spiritual strength; it is mental strength.

I need your strength and wisdom.

You can ask for help. You can ask the Great Spirit to give you strength to overcome your challenges. You can ask your ancestors and family members who have passed on before you to guide you through your struggles.

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Let me walk in beauty and make my eyes ever behold the red and purple sunset.

Let me walk in beauty and make my eyes ever behold the red and purple sunset.

  • Lakota Sioux Prayer

The Lakota Sioux prayer “Let Me Walk In Beauty” is a meditation on beauty, change, and death. The speaker has been asked by his ancestors to write down their wisdom so it can be passed to future generations. He begins by addressing this responsibility: “I am small and humble before the Great Mystery…Come into me so I may become like you.” This suggests that he has some sense of himself as being separate from nature—and that he considers himself unworthy of holding such knowledge.

But then he shifts into language that describes what it means for him to become one with his ancestors’ wisdom: “I want them inside me so I never forget.” It’s strange for us modern readers because we’re used to thinking about our bodies as containing our minds (our brains), but here there seems to be no separation between mind/body—instead they’re both part of nature itself. So when the speaker says he wants his ancestors inside him so he never forgets, what does that mean? Does it mean “inside” literally (in which case why not just say “inside”) or is there something else going on here?

Make my hands respect the things you have made and my ears sharp to hear your voice.

Dear Lord,

I come to you today in search of strength. I have been made weak by the things I have seen and heard. The earth groans, and the sky is filled with smoke; the land is decimated, and people are dying. I am afraid for my family’s future—and for my own life.

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Dear Lord, please strengthen my hands so that they may honor your creation in thought and deed. Please grant me clarity of mind so that I may speak words of wisdom when called upon to help someone in need. And please give me strength in body, heart, and soul so that I might withstand whatever trials await me on this Earth until death takes me into your arms at last

Make me wise so that I may understand the things you have taught my people.


Make me wise so that I may understand the things you have taught my people. Let not the lessons of nature be lost on me. Let me learn from the signs of all creatures and from every leaf upon which I tread. Help me to see clearly and to understand truly, so that my life may be blessed by your teachings, O Great Spirit.“`

Let me learn the lessons you have hidden in every leaf and rock.

By learning from these lessons, we can become stronger and wiser. This is the principle that has been instilled in all of us by the Creator.

This prayer reminds us to look for lessons in everything that happens to us throughout our lives. We can learn from nature, other people, our own experiences and mistakes or successes. Every leaf carries its own lesson and every rock teaches a different lesson than another rock would teach if you were standing next to it at that moment in time.

By learning these lessons as they come up in your life, we can become stronger and wiser as individuals so that we may be better able to serve others when called upon by the Creator himself!

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I seek strength, not to be greater than my brother, but to fight my greatest enemy — myself.

Strength is not about being better than others, it is about fighting your greatest enemy–yourself. I seek strength to face my fears and overcome my weaknesses. I wish to be able to stand up when others around me fall down and take on the unknown with courage and confidence. The gift of strength gives you the ability to help others who cannot help themselves, or are too weak or scared to face their problems alone!

Prayer can help us find our inner strength

Prayer can help us find our inner strength. Prayer can help us find our inner peace. Prayer can help us find our inner calm, and it also helps to guide us with wisdom and insight into the right path in life.

Prayer is something that’s always available to everyone, regardless of religious affiliation or background. You don’t even have to be able to read or write down prayers because prayer is an internal process that occurs between yourself and your higher power (God). When you pray, you reach deep inside your soul—to the very core of who you are as a person—and ask for guidance from above about how best to move forward in difficult situations.

Asking for guidance in this way will often lead people towards solutions which they hadn’t previously thought possible; ultimately leading them towards positive changes within themselves as well as externally around them!

I hope that these prayers help you find your inner strength and peace. Good luck!