A Navajo (Diné) man in ceremonial dress representing the Yebichai god Zahadolzha. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, 1904.
This nine day ceremony, the Nightway chant (Tłʼééʼjí), is done to restore Hózhǫ́ especially after head ailments or mental illnesses. (It is not forbidden to photograph this part of the ceremony.) 

A Navajo (Diné) man in ceremonial dress representing the Yebichai god Zahadolzha. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, 1904.

This nine day ceremony, the Nightway chant (Tłʼééʼjí), is done to restore Hózhǫ́ especially after head ailments or mental illnesses. (It is not forbidden to photograph this part of the ceremony.) 

Navajo Diné Zahadolzha Yebichai Edward Curtis Nightway chant Tłʼééʼjí

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