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Talking Sticks

Posted on March 25, 2013 at 8:14 AM Comments comments ()
 
 
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.
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.
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
Long Talking Stick
Long Talking Stick
Bucksin and Beaded Handle with Beautiful soft Rabbit Fur. Handmade by Wet Foot
Horse Talking Stick
Horse Talking Stick
Buckskin wrapped with Feather and Long Horse Hair Tassle
 
Talking Sticks are a ceremonial tool. The person holding the stick can speak whilst others listen. It is not about hogging the conversation but helping to bring a balance of input from all who participate with out interruption. The Rabbit Fur is to help find soft words from the heart combined with feathers to bring courage to speak your truth.
 
 
 
 
 

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