Fulgurite occurs when lightning hits sand; their shape mimics the path of the lightning bolt as it disperses into the ground. It arouses the Kundalini energy, opens and clears chakras and is a powerful tool for manifestation. They are also great for channeling.
They are formed as part of the vortex. These stones are birthed from a host stone over eons of time. They are held sacred and revered by Native American Indians and used in their Sacred Ceremony. Very rare and quite powerful, they can be a grounding and comforting energy. Great for meditation.
In the days of old, mothers and aunties prepared small bundles for their children and loved ones to keep them strong and protected. It was a small leather bag, about an inch and a half in size. They were decorated with beads and a small fetish on the outside. The inside was filled with four sacred medicines; cedar for purification, sage for protection, sweet grass for wisdom and tobacco for prayer.
According to Native American Indians, hanging a symbolic web over a sleeping person will protect him or her from bad dreams. Good dreams are permitted to reach the sleeper through the hole at the center of the web. As for the bad dreams, the web traps them and they disappear at dawn with the first light. We have combined the medicine bundles with our dream catchers to include their energies for stronger purpose.
Many Native dancers carry ornamental dance fans. The common belief is that the feathers carry our prayers to the creator and when we use them our prayers are sent with clearer and stronger intentions.
Feather adornment has been worn by many tribes throughout history; some for sacred ceremony, some for festive gatherings and some used them for trade