New Smudge Feathers in Stock.....
These smudge feathers are all made from selected birds feathers using
either back, wing or tail feathers and down fluffies.
The handles vary but most are made with felt and
artificial sinew ties with the addition of suede thonging and beads as described.
Each one is handmade using natural materials and techniques
and then ceremonially blessed in a traditional way.
Pheasant and Owl Smudge
Smudge feathers made with Pheasant Tail, Owl, Swan and Marabou fluffies. The handle is red felt tied with artificial sinew with beads of wood, bone, abalone shell, coral and turquoise gem chips.
Ceremonial Talking Sticks by Navajo Artists including Curtis Bitsui and Cherokee Artist Wet Foot. Lovely to handle and look at.
Talking Stick Prayer Wheel Style representing the universe, the four sacred directions and your circle of life.
Buckskin wrapped beaded handle with a medicine bag for your protection. Made by Curtis Bitsui
Talking Stick Dreamcatcher Style to catch the beauty of the Dreamcatcher Legend.
Buckskin wrapped, with beaded handle and medicine bag for protection. Made by Curtis Bitsui
All the rain may be causing us problems out on the roads and not so nice to walk the dogs in but it is, as Diana Cooper says, a much needed environmental cleansing process.
At an personal level if we don't cleanse ourselves we eventually become sluggish, tired or even ill and of course clean water plays an important part in that process of detoxification and regeneration.
But what about our energy body and our home environment. Energetic space needs cleansing and organizing to allow for balance, health, harmony, regeneration and growth.
Nizhoni - as of Jan 12th 2013 is under new ownership.
Hello to all of you visiting the Nizhoni blog........
It is a new year and a new stage in the life of Nizhoni.
For the next month or so, on the surface, not so much will change on the site, but gradually I hope to unfold and introduce some new ideas and new pieces of beauty and craftsmanship from our Native American friends. I wish to continue the theme of genuine and authentic to honour the amazing skills, love and respect with which these items are made.