A one of a kind Yawanawa bracelet, handmade by women from different villages of the Yawanawa tribe in the Amazon Rainforest.
Each bracelet requires many days of concentration and devotion. These bracelets will protect and connect you to The Divine, to The Spirit and The Forest.
Each bracelet is in a single copy and is absolutely unique. Cannot be repeated.
(To put it on rotate bracelet with water and soap).
The Yawanawa community is full of art, not only the handicrafts, but the art of singing, the art of story telling and dancing. There are Yawanawa dances and songs full of the great power. It is so important that people are aware of this. It is ancient knowledge and it needs to be passed on.
"Art is very important to our people, because it is linked to our spirituality. Like the tepi, kuripe, the bracelets, the spears, everything is linked to spirituality, everything is linked to our culture, our tradition." - Hushahu
The Yawanawá are a group belonging to the Pano linguistic family who today occupy the Gregório River Indigenous Land. The name ‘Yawanawá’ appears in historical sources written in various ways: Yawavo or Yauavo, Jawanaua, Yawanaua or Iawanawa.