This beaded bracelet was made by a Huichol artisan in Mexico. Each bracelet shows symbols sacred to the Huichol, and carries the energy of that symbol. When clasped, it measures 7.5 inches long and is .75 inches wide.
FLOWERS – Play a part in all Huichol ceremonies, and all flowers are considered sacred in healing rituals; the patient’s head is anointed with flowers. Shamans use them to prepare for the deer hunt and during harvest ceremonies to adorn the new corn. One flower that appears often is called Kiera, the tree of the wind. It is a hallucinogenic plant said to open the Huichols spirits to the highest level of enlightenment.
WHITE – Cloud Spirits.
BLUE – The South, Pacific Ocean, water, rain, femininity.
ORANGE – “Wirikuta”, the sacred land where the Huichol believe life began and also where they gather peyote.