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BEAUTIFUL CARVED FEATHER NECKLACE HANDMADE PALO SANTO WOOD

BEAUTIFUL CARVED FEATHER  NECKLACE HANDMADE PALO SANTO WOOD

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This piece symbolizes:
°Trust
°Honor
°Strength
°Wisdom
°Power
°Freedom and much more.
It is a feather necklace handcrafted with selected wood of Palo Santo (Bursera Graveolens).
Its measures: 6 cm. x 1.3 cm.
It is said that receiving a feather is equivalent to being chosen among the other members of the tribe.
The feathers that appear in unexpected ways in your daily life, from this perspective, could be a message from our guardian angel or spiritual guide.
Sometimes it does not necessarily have content in and of itself, but may simply be an indicator that we have taken the right path.

WHAT FEATHERS REPRESENT:

Feathers represent the ability to quickly carry out the divine will,
Feathers have a special symbolic meaning in all times and religions and I believe this is where the basis of the association between divinity and feathers lies.
In many cultures they have special spiritual significance and are associated with the higher realms.

Meanwhile:
Egyptians associated feathers with MAAT, the goddess of truth, justice and order.
Native American chiefs wore feathers in their headdresses to represent communication with the spirit world. Finding feathers was a sign of new beginnings and rebirth of the spirit.
Celtic priests, "The Druids", wore robes made of feathers to transcend the physical plane and gain celestial knowledge of the spiritual realms.
In the Bible, feathers metaphorically represent love, care and protection.
Mayan, Aztec, Chinese, Tibetan and all indigenous cultures have great respect for feathers and associations with wisdom, divinity, protection and higher power.
The peacock feather for the "Buddhists" was the image of Tza Tzun, a wise healer and for the Hindus that same feather represents the god Lakshmi, possessor of goodness,
Luck, patience, as well as that of the owls are related to wisdom and that of the doves with peace and divine spirit.
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