Wiphala Flag Bracelet Small
**Authentic Ingano Jewelry & Art (One-of-A-Kind/Fair Trade)**
Specific Symbolism of this Piece: The Wiphala (Quechua pronunciation: [wɪˈpʰala], Spanish: [(ɡ)wiˈpa.la]) is a square emblem commonly used as a flag to represent some native peoples of the Andes that include today’s Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, northwestern Argentina and southern Colombia.
The Ingano people of Putumayo, Colombia, are a wise and light-hearted tribe with tremendous love and wisdom to share. They are herbalists and medicine people who love the plants and live their lives in deep reverence for Pachamama (Mother Earth). This tribe produces beautiful handwoven beaded jewelry that is inspired through visions received from the sacred plant medicines that they work with.
Their handicraft describes the ceremony of Life, through the pintas (visions) of the Inga culture. In this lineage, their beadwork captures the essence of the guidance that comes through their shamanic communions with Spirit. They describe their beadwork as “weaving the dreaming”; each bracelet or necklace is woven in a state of silent prayer, and specific intentions or visions are infused into the craft.
When one of these pieces calls to you, it means that the prayer of the specific bracelet resonates with the vibration your own soul’s blueprint. You are being called to a piece to support you in deepening within the specific power or intention that that weaving invokes. Another way to find the piece that is right for you is to tune in, ask Creator what your intention is for having one of these pieces, and to call forth the piece that supports you in that intention. You will instantly be attracted to the right piece for you and there will be a clear yes in your heart when you’ve found the right piece 🙂
Made in: Putumayo, Colombia
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