Moonstone jewelry set
The moonstone is incredibly inspiring for me, looking at it always reflects something pretty from the depth of the female soul as the sun rays reflects in the moon.🌙 Available on etsy.com/shop/Owldry
📢É com muita alegria que anunciamos um dos nossos mais novos projetos, o @projetoecoeduca 🌎🌿
Com este trabalho, buscamos sensibilizar e empoderar crianças e jovens de Ribeirão Preto e região sobre as questões complexas da sustentabilidade, para que assim possam desenvolver soluções criativas, colaborativas e transformadoras.🤩
Fruto de uma parceria com o Magic Gardens e a empresa Native Produtos Orgânicos, o Projeto Eco Educa tem como propósito contribuir para que os participantes se tornem protagonistas do desenvolvimento sustentável de nossa sociedade.
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Curta nossa Fanpage: @projetoecoeduca
As an enrolled member of the Nez Perce Tribe, contemporary artist Kellen Trenal (pronounced like "Chanel") utilizes a wealth of Native American crafting knowledge, passed down through generations, to explore the intersection of tradition and innovation. Expressing his point of view as an Urban Indian in modern society, Kellen's works range from accessories and jewelry design, to home decor, traditional indigenous regalia, and much more. Each piece is a custom creation: a Trenal Original. #TrenalOriginal#NezPerceArtist#KTMLOfficial 📸: @gab_by_riella
After making it to the lower falls of The Escondido Waterfall I decided to hike or (what I would eventually discover) climb my way up to the higher falls. Why not?! Right?! It’s something I have never done before! Well..I learned a thing or two! 😂😂😝🤪 swipe left for the 2nd video and the results ! Lol😘✌🏼😉🙃🤣💋Raquel
Whatever you're doing, and whatever time you are in, I wish you many blessings, vibrant health, financial abundance, and happiness. You are amazing, talented, beautiful, and valuable! You make the world a better place, and you are so very loved! Stay strong and believe in yourself and have faith that you can overcome any obstacle and rise higher! The struggles are only temporary. You got this! 🌻💖🌻💖
Montana's high latitude skyline provides an expansion of view and the truth of awareness.
The source of consciousness is always here. This is a fact of existence and the human experience... no perception, belief, faith, idea, or fantasy in your mind can overcome this truth. Without fear...there is freedom & the beauty of life.
Large Joe David Mask Ulth-Ma-Choo-Wha - Wild Man of the Woods"
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Signed " J David '94" "He Follows the Wolves"
16.5" h x 10" x 9" deep (30" x 16" w with hair)
This character is also called the Cedar Bark Ogre, or the White Forest Spirit. He is thought to be Tsonoquoa's husband (the mythological ogress). Although he is not permitted inside the dance house he is a very important character in the Klukwana ceremonial (the Nootka initiation ritual) and can be seen dancing frantically during the several days of the event, destroying property. Ulth-Ma-Choo-Wha is loaded with power. His encounters with men are dreaded, although these experiences result in a transfer of spirit power.
Ulth-Ma-Choo-Wha may represent also men who were lost in the forests and mountain ranges who were often adopted and fed by wolf packs. During the Klukwana ceremonial the Wolf dancers who were performing through the ceremonial areas would be followed by masked Wild Men.
The profile of the mask is always very accentuated with large nostrils, hooked nose and a protruding cylindrical mouth symbolizing his two-tone cry.
Joe David (born June 30, 1946) is a Nuu-chah-nulth artist, a member of the Tla-o-qui-aht Band of the Nuu-chah-nulth people,] also formally "adopted" into the Haida people, whose work is identified with the contemporary Northwest Coast art movement; among his close associates are teacher and art historian Bill Holm, Duane Pasco, and his cousin Ron Hamilton.] He is also a singer of traditional Nuu-chah-nulth songs, and has a strong interest in shamanic traditions both those from his own culture and from others
David was born in the Clayoquot village of Opitsaht (on Meares Island off the west coast of Vancouver Island). His father Hyacinth David, an elder of the Clayoquot Nation, gave him a strong grounding in his cultural heritage. As a child, he attended a mission boarding school. While there, David visited the school's chapel for quiet and solitude. He saw that the carved altar in the chapel was similar to the artwork of his people in the awe and respect that it inspired.
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Many years ago there was a fragrant flower that rose every spring to display her beautiful petals and bright colours for all the world’s creatures to enjoy. The people and animals waited anxiously each spring for this special flower to appear. On that day they knew the warm, kind rays of summer had arrived. Raven saw how much joy this flower brought to the world, so the next spring when it appeared, he transformed it into a tiny bird. The bird had the colours of the green spring grass and the flashing red of a setting sun. Raven gave the bird a special gift – to fly like sunlight flickering through tall trees. He also gave it a message to take to all the flowers. That’s why today we see Hummingbird buzzing from flower to flower, whispering a message. Hummingbird is thanking each flower for making our world a more beautiful place.
The mother looked at her child and said, “as you grow up, remember that like each flower, each person has gifts to give the world. In return that person will be thanked by the birds, animals and flowers for helping to make our world a better place for every one.”
The above story is as told by Robert James Challenger in the book Eagle’s Reflections and other Northwest Coast Stories. #allmyrelations#respect#love#heritage#native#apparel#indigenous#northwestcoast#pride#wisdom#art#salmon#strength#educate#wisdom#art#power#legends#bird#respectallthings#newrelease#nativeamerican#hummingbird#respectallthings#4allmyrelations#theypavedtheway#haida
Brand New Xipe Totec crew neck sweaters, Limited quantities available. Tap on the pic for the link to order yours today!!! Xipe Totec is the Red Tezcatlipoca. It is a representation of spring time, new life and the change in the people. Like when our Mother Earth starts turning beautiful green again in Springtime, this is Xipe Totec.