Hand-hammered, seven metal singing bowl made in Tibet. These bowls are tuned in one of the lower notes to correspond to the grounding chakras. It comes complete with pillow and mallet.
These hand-knotted mala meditation beads are created for Ritual + Kind. They are 8mm 108 green aventurine and black onyx beads from Tibet.
Grief stones - raw black obsidian - to be placed bedside (we also like to keep one in the car or in a handbag)
The name “Apache Tears” came from a haunting story of the Apache Tribe.
In the 1870s, the military launched a surprise attack against an Apache tribe. The attack took place on a cliff that overlooks what is now Superior, Arizona. Nearly 50 of the band of 75 Apaches were killed immediately. Facing defeat, the remaining Apache warriors rode their horses off the cliff face to their deaths rather than be killed by military forces. The Apache Women and family of those who had died gathered a short distance from the base of the cliff, and for a moon they wept for their dead. The legend recalls:
Read more about the legend of apache tears HERE
A calming and beautiful scent. Natural soy & coconut wax candle with proprietary blend essential oils that include geranium, bergamot, vetiver and lavender. Cotton wick. Burn time 50 hours.
This little book by beloved grief counselor, Dr. Alan Wolfelt, offers small, one-day-at-a-time doses for guidance and healing.
Botanical Paperworks Plantable products come in three forms: Wildflower Seed Package, Memorial Bookmark, and a Memorial Card for Pets. Please specify what your gift is for (loss, healing, pet, etc.) and we will include the appropriate item.