Sacred Animals Necklace, Sacred Turtle Lizard Bear Necklace, Zuni Bear, Boho Necklace, Native American Necklace, Zuni Necklace, Lakota

Handmade item Materials: Brass Chain style: Bead Adjustable length Can be personalized Made to Order
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Handmade ⟴SACRED TURTLE⟴SACRED BEAR ⟴SACRED LIZARD⟴ Necklace Cotton Waxed Cord Solid Brass Beads Native American Tribal Adjustable Unisex Necklaces

⟴ Handmade Rustic Clay Turquoise Mandala Primitive Art Handwoven Waterproof Adjustable Unisex Necklace

This necklace is made of beeswax-treated cord, beautiful SACRED TURTLE, ZUNI BEAR, or SACRED LIZARD design handmade pendant, white natural cowrie shells, and solid brass round beads.

⟴Made of the best quality materials, waterproof and adjustable.
⟴ The pendant is handmade and is light to wear, therefore is suitable even for very small children.

The length of the pendant is 2.5cm - 3 cm ( 1 - 1 1/4 inch )

⟴ PLEASE CHOOSE THE DESIGN WHEN MAKING AN ORDER:

⟴ Sacred Turtle
⟴ Sacred Zuni Bear
⟴ Sacred Lizard

⇻ Please note⇻ You only pay to ship for the first item, any other items are free shipping!


Wearing a light blue color pendant also heals your throat chakra.

Throat Chakra Information Summary:

Physical Location: In the middle of the throat.
Color: Blue.
Element: Ether.

Emotional Issues and Behaviors of Blocked Throat Chakra: A blocked Throat Chakra primarily manifests in an inability to say what you want to say. You may feel like you’re stuck holding onto secrets, that people don’t want to hear your thoughts, or that you can’t find the right words for your feelings. Once again, a small blockage may mean you only struggle with self-expression at work, or with a particular friend. Meanwhile, a significant misalignment may mean you constantly feel thwarted in communication. Physically, a blocked Throat Chakra may present with pain in the neck, sensitivity to hormone fluctuations, and discomfort in throat tissue.


⇻PLEASE REMEMBER YOU ONLY PAY SHIPPING FOR THE FIRST ITEM, SO IF YOU ORDER MORE TEEPEES OR ANY OTHER ITEMS FROM THE SHOP, IT IS FREE SHIPPING! :)

......We are not Native American Indians, but we TRULY LOVE Native American Culture, Art and Wisdom, so we love to design TEEPEES AND JEWELLERY inspired by these amazing tribes......... MITAKUYE OYASIN...♡

“Everything an Indian does is in a circle, and that is because the power of the World always works in circles, and everything tries to be round . . . The sky is round and I have heard the earth is round like a ball, and so are all the stars. The wind in its greatest power whirls and birds make their nest in circles, for theirs is the same religion as ours. The sun comes forth and goes down again in a circle. The moon does the same and both are round. Even the seasons form a great circle in their changing and always come back again to where they were. Our teepees were round like the nests of birds. And they were always set in a circle, the nation’s hoop.”
― Chief Black Elk

EAGLE AS A SYMBOL

Both Bald and Golden Eagles (and their feathers) are highly revered and considered sacred within American Indian traditions, culture, and religion. They are honored with great care and shown the deepest respect. They represent honesty, truth, majesty, strength, courage, wisdom, power, and freedom.

ARROWS IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE

The arrow was very important to the Native Indians.
... Arrows also signified direction, force, movement, power, and direction of travel.
When an arrow pointed to the left it meant warding off evil, pointing to the right meant protection, and an arrow pointing down meant peace.

TEEPEE AS A SYMBOL

Teepees provide shelter, warmth, and family and community connectedness.
They are still used today for ceremonies and other purposes.
There is a special meaning behind their creation and setup.
For spiritual purposes, the tipi's entrance faces the East and the back faces the West.

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