Nibi Nagamowin (Water Song) by Doreen Day :
Water is Life
Water is what sustains us. Water is what brings us into this world, and water is what keeps us in this physical world. And so it’s our life.
- Jan Longboat
Nibi (Water) Song - The following song was written by Doreen Day at the request of her grandson.
She attended a conference about the water in which the internationally known speaker, Dr. Masaru Emoto said, the very least we should do every day, is to speak to the water: Water, we love you. We thank you. We respect you.
Nibi - water
Geez zaw gay i go (we love water)
Gee Miigwetch ee way nay me go (we thank you)
Gee zaw way nay me go. (we respect you)
Gratitude Walk for Nibi- water
Grand River flows left heart side
Walking for Nibi medicine.
kidneys 80 % of heart is water
lungs are 83% of water
bones 31% water
Masaru Emoto's Hidden Messages in Water
revitalize consciousness of Earth’s most precious resource.
Gratitude walk for Nibi
Teaching from Maria Anderson:
"When you are a little girl, you think about the water's little creeks in a different way, you see them as snaking all over the land, that was the blood and veins all over the earth. You know if we do not take care of those things, you can get diseases and infections." Reference- http://www.onwa.ca/upload/documents/womenandwater.pdf