The myth of the Navajo Origin Legend was about people of a culture thinking that if they did certain things they would find It helped them. The women of the group washed and cleansed themselves. Rubbed corn meal on them and used different ones for each color of the corn. The gods would appear and bring corn feathers and buckskin. The wind forms the corn into natural human beings. They placed corn over the buckskin and laid it a certain way. The life of the wind turned the corn into humans.
The women and men of the group believed wind would ultimately find their fate. This is why they did what they did in the rituals. The wind developed life into the rituals and ceremonies. The corn cultivated and would be profound and full of life.