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Mystical Valley of the Navajo - Print 3252

Twilight and highlight bring a fitting aura to Mystical Valley. For the Navajo or Diné people, the notion of all things being sacred and sentient is not an abstraction, nor is there separation between spiritual existence and everyday life. Spirituality transcends time and flows through landscape. Mystical Valley, an offshoot of the Monument Valley complex, holds special significance. Here, off in the distance, rise the spires of Totem Pole and Yei Bi Chei. Yei Bi Cheis are supernatural spirits in Navajo culture and every year masked dancers commemorate them in ceremony.

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Twilight and highlight bring a fitting aura to Mystical Valley. For the Navajo or Diné people, the notion of all things being sacred and sentient is not an abstraction, nor is there separation between spiritual existence and everyday life. Spirituality transcends time and flows through landscape. Mystical Valley, an offshoot of the Monument Valley complex, holds special significance. Here, off in the distance, rise the spires of Totem Pole and Yei Bi Chei. Yei Bi Cheis are supernatural spirits in Navajo culture and every year masked dancers commemorate them in ceremony.