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Peruvian Amazon Gourd Rattle - Jaguar

SKU: mmr008-Medium (orange size)

 • Product Size: 3.5" Dia 11" L

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Shamans Market-Peru


Sacred ceremonial rattles are skillfully handcrafted in the Peruvian Amazon from dried gourds with chonta wood handles. This rattle features on both sides a carved likeness of Otorongo, the beloved Sister / Mother Jaguar, and representative of the Winds of the West in some South American shamanism paths. Trimmed with colorful cotton thread windings both above and below the bowl and natural fibers. 

Choose from various sizes: Small (lemon size), Medium (orange size), Large (grapefruit size).

Made in Peru. Each rattle is a unique work of art and has its own sound. Rattle may vary slightly from photo shown. Sold individually. 

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  • Rattles produce a sound when shaken. The sound may vary depending on the size of the rattle and what or how much material the rattle is filled with. Traditional rattles are made of objects of the Earth and typically have beautiful imagery or unique attachments carved into or on them. These features help to keep the connection to Spirit at the forefront of your consciousness when you are using your rattle. Shamans use the sound of a rattle to enter trance states for healing and accessing other realms to receive information for causing shifts in their own and other peoples’ energy fields.

    Excerpt from our blog post: The Power Of Sound Healing

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