Calvert clans are Kin Yaa'áanii (Towering House People), his fathers clan Tábąąhá (People Along the Water), his maternal grandfather clan is 'Áshįįhi (The Salt People), paternal grandfather clan is Tótsohnii (Big Water). He was born and raised on the Navajo reservation. His late grandfather was a traditional practitioner and as he was growing up he talked about traditional ways/medicine. Growing up alongside him, he was able to understand and participate alongside him in traditional ceremonies and peyote ceremonies. At age 12, he first began to utilize traditional ceremonies with my late grandfather who instilled in us and really encouraged us to learn how to pray, how to pray for people, what to pray for and how to our traditional tools to help change a person's mindset to become a better person or to get to a better place in life. Calvert grandfather would tell him in Navajo to learn these ways because one day, our people are going to need it. When the time comes if a prayer is needed, then his grandfather would say to make that effort to see them. The belief in our traditional ways through prayer and songs can help our fellow Native community members. There are several types of ceremonies he has learned once he began to focus on this after I got out of the military. Ceremonies help people find a way for them to come back to the positive part of life. The prayers and protection songs are meant to enlighten & revitalize through their mind, body and spirit. Faith creates spiritual motion and helps within your own traditional ceremony.