Inipi (sweat lodge) is an ancient ceremony used for purification and healing. Participants crawl into a small lodge and hot rocks are placed into a pit in the center. Water is sprinkled on the rocks, instantly turning into steam. Songs are sung and prayers are made to the Creator.
David Swallow Jr. is a Lakota spiritual leader in the Porcupine District of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. On this recording, he sings songs from rounds 1 through 4 of the Inipi ceremony with Nyla Helper. The songs are sung in Lakota and the CD includes an 8 page booklet with English translations. Note that there are introductions to the songs in English.
to hear an MP3 of track 2 Tate Tope Olowan.
to hear an MP3 of track 5 Forgiveness.
to hear an MP3 of track 9 Prayer Song.
to hear an MP3 of track 10 Sundance Song Song.
to hear an MP3 of track 12 Healing Song.
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