Stunning Shamanic Rattle with Hare, Iolite, Hibiscus and Yew wood handle handcrafted by us in our rural workshop. The bowl of this rattle is hand sewn and filled with Iolite for connection to higher realms and Hibiscus for unconditional love. We have painted a Hare on one side and a plant on the other. The handle is made from a beautiful piece of locally found Yew wood.
Yew has always been considered a powerful and magical tree and Yew Wood is thought to be beneficial for regeneration, rebirth, protection, communication with the other world and was traditionally used for dowsing.
Yew being a sacred Celtic tree we have also burnt the Yew Ogham (ioho) onto the piece for added protection and energy.
The Hare is sacred to the Goddess and represents connection to the earth.
We have added a fern design to the handle and finished with a little of our homemade lavender, beeswax and olive oil polish for protection, recycled leather fringe trim, cruelty free naturally molted feathers and vintage beads. Approx 37cm / 15" length.
Shamanic Rattles are the voices of our ancestors and spirits who come to help the healing process. They are vessels for magic and sacred items and carry the energy of rain and water within them. When you use a rattle to clear energy or a space the vibration and sound takes on the energy of water as it flows around and washes over you gently cleansing and refreshing your aura and energy as though standing under a waterfall
Shamanic Rattles can be used for healing, clearing, raising vibration and just for the joy their wonderful resonance brings to the soul.
We are very mindful to pay our respects to the animals spirit and ask for its blessing as it is reborn as a wonderful sacred object. Our rattles are made using goat hide which brings with it the spirit of this confident and balanced creature.
You have the option the add a recycled fabric bag to your order to keep your sacred rattle wrapped in it's own space.
All our rattles are created with love, positive intentions and just a little magick )0(
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