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  1. Wooden Jewelry Box - Elephant

    Our small jewelry box is hand made of wood and can be used for storing jewelry & smaller accessories or supplies. Hinged lid is inset with a brass walking elephant, trunk upright for good luck. If you are looking for a special gift or a beautiful way to organize your jewelry or smaller artes, this is perfect for you. The box is made by artisans from Nepal. 

  2. Tibetan Khata Ceremonial Scarf

    Our 100% silk golden yellow Tibetan Khata Ceremonial Scarf features the Eight Auspicious Symbols lightly woven in white into the fabric.  They measure approximately 12 inches wide by 68 inches long. They are sometimes referred to as a khada, khadag or hada, and is a traditional ceremonial scarf common in Tibetan culture.  Khatas can be presented at any festive occasions to a host or at weddings, funerals, births, graduation, arrivals and departure of guests, etc. The Tibetans commonly give a kind acknowledgment of Tashi Delek (meaning Good Luck) at the time of presenting. The Dalai Lama is known to offer khata as a gift to diplomats, visitors, or other monks, which symbolizes purity of intention and the beginning of the relationship.  Buy 3 and save. Made in Nepal.

  3. Shell Lion Paw

    Lyropecten nodosa, otherwise known as Lion's Paw shells, are a strong heavy shell. They are normally found to a depth of 100 feet on the surface of the bottom of the ocean, almost always a rocky bottom. These shells can be used for ceremonial purposes.

  4. Pi Stone - Tiger Eye

    Flat round polished piece of stone with a hole in the center which can be worn on a cord around the neck as a pendant. Sometimes called a gemstone donut or bagel, it is also used in the Munay Ki Rite ceremony with which some who study a particular type of shamanism are gifted during a ceremony. The circular or torus shape of the piece is rich in symbolism and meaning. It is symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. Its circular shape represents the archetype for wholeness. It represents the ouroboros, serpent of light, swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle. It symbolizes the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

    The center hole represents our energetic spine, Kundalini energy, that flows through the center of our bodies. Kundalini energy is symbolic of our own spiraling DNA and is associated with the serpent of light coiled around the base of the spine (root chakra) approximately 3.142 times. When it is awakened, it spirals up your spine like a figure eight around each of your seven chakras, creating a never ending loop, opening you to higher levels of consciousness.

    Pi stones are typically gifted after receiving the last of the nine Munay Ki Rites. They are also used when passing the rites on to others. Although not essential, many Munay Ki recipients also like to have their own stones, as a reminder of the rites and as an aide in connecting with the energies.

  5. Pi Stone - Rose Quartz

    Pi Stones are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. Their circular shape represents the archetype for “wholeness.” They  represent the ouroboros, serpent of light, swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle. They symbolize the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

    The center represents our energetic spine, Kundalini energy, that flows through the center of our bodies. Kundalini energy is symbolic of our own spiraling DNA and is associated with the serpent of light coiled around the base of the spine (root chakra) approximately 3.142 times. When it is awakened, it spirals up your spine like a figure eight around each of your seven chakras, creating a never ending loop, opening you to higher levels of consciousness.

    Pi stones are typically gifted after receiving the last of the nine Munay Ki Rites.  They are also used when passing the rites on to others.  Although not essential, many Munay Ki recipients also like to have their own stones, as a reminder of the rites and as an aide in connecting with the energies.

  6. Pi Stone - Ocean Jasper

    Beautiful Ocean Jasper torus shaped pi stone is 55mm or 2 inches in diameter.  Some call these donut gemstones.  They can be worn on a cord around the neck and are often used in Munay Ki rites to transform and upgrade our luminous energy field.   

  7. Pi Stone - Labradorite Natural

    Sometimes called bagels, depending on where you live in the world, Pi Stones are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. Their circular shape represents the archetype for “wholeness.” They represent the ouroboros, serpent of light, swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle. They symbolize the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

    The center represents our energetic spine, Kundalini energy, that flows through the center of our bodies. Kundalini energy is symbolic of our own spiraling DNA and is associated with the serpent of light coiled around the base of the spine (root chakra) approximately 3.142 times. When it is awakened, it spirals up your spine like a figure eight around each of your seven chakras, creating a never ending loop, opening you to higher levels of consciousness.

    Pi stones are typically gifted after receiving the last of the nine Munay Ki Rites. They are also used when passing the rites on to others. Although not essential, many Munay Ki recipients also like to have their own stones, as a reminder of the rites and as an aide in connecting with the energies.  These are the no-carb variety of donuts everyone will love.

    Regular Price: $7.50

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    You Save: $1.00 (13%)

  8. Pi Stone - Green Aventurine Natural 50 mm

    Sometimes called gemstone donuts, pi stones are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. Their circular shape represents the archetype for “wholeness.” They represent the ouroboros, serpent of light, swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle. They symbolize the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

    The center represents our energetic spine, Kundalini energy, that flows through the center of our bodies. Kundalini energy is symbolic of our own spiraling DNA and is associated with the serpent of light coiled around the base of the spine (root chakra) approximately 3.142 times. When it is awakened, it spirals up your spine like a figure eight around each of your seven chakras, creating a never ending loop, opening you to higher levels of consciousness.

    Pi stones are typically gifted after receiving the last of the nine Munay Ki Rites. They are also used when passing the rites on to others. Although not essential, many Munay Ki recipients also like to have their own stones, as a reminder of the rites and as an aide in connecting with the energies. These are the no-carb variety of donuts everyone will love.

    Regular Price: $7.00

    $6.00

    You Save: $1.00 (14%)

  9. Pi Stone - Gray Labradorite

    Also known as Larvikite, this pi stone is beautiful natural blue labradorite with grey/black background and chatoyant grey-blue flash. A type of feldspar with Mohs hardness of 6 to 6-1/2, this striking gemstone is named for the Larvik Fjords in Norway where it was first discovered in the 1880s, and where major deposits are still found. Machine-cut and drilled for consistent size, shape and drilling. Pi Stones are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. Their circular shape represents the archetype for “wholeness.” They represent the ouroboros, serpent of light, swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle. They symbolize the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

    The center represents our energetic spine, Kundalini energy, that flows through the center of our bodies. Kundalini energy is symbolic of our own spiraling DNA and is associated with the serpent of light coiled around the base of the spine (root chakra) approximately 3.142 times. When it is awakened, it spirals up your spine like a figure eight around each of your seven chakras, creating a never ending loop, opening you to higher levels of consciousness.

    Pi stones are typically gifted after receiving the last of the nine Munay Ki Rites. They are also used when passing the rites on to others. Although not essential, many Munay Ki recipients also like to have their own stones, as a reminder of the rites and as an aide in connecting with the energies.  These are the no-carb variety of donuts everyone will love.

    Regular Price: $7.00

    $6.00

    You Save: $1.00 (14%)

  10. Pi Stone - Crazy Lace Agate

    Pi Stones are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. Their circular shape represents the archetype for “wholeness.” They  represent the ouroboros, serpent of light, swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle. They symbolize the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

    The center represents our energetic spine, Kundalini energy, that flows through the center of our bodies. Kundalini energy is symbolic of our own spiraling DNA and is associated with the serpent of light coiled around the base of the spine (root chakra) approximately 3.142 times. When it is awakened, it spirals up your spine like a figure eight around each of your seven chakras, creating a never ending loop, opening you to higher levels of consciousness.

    Pi stones are typically gifted after receiving the last of the nine Munay Ki Rites.  They are also used when passing the rites on to others.  Although not essential, many Munay Ki recipients also like to have their own stones, as a reminder of the rites and as an aide in connecting with the energies.

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