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Native American fetishes are rock carvings in the shapes of animals, meant to capture the spirit and the essence of that animal. This particular fetish was found on the Taos Pueblo of New Mexico and is signed by the artist. It is carved from various stone materials and features turquoise bead and feather accents.

Measurements: Approximately 3" across x 2.5" tall

Bear reminds us that one of the great powers we have is the power of turning to solitude and introspection through which we integrate new experience and change. If you are feeling overwhelmed by events, Bear can help you meditate on the symbolic parallels between your present state of mind and the bear at the door of the cave. You may be reluctant to step out of the cave into the sunshine after a long period of hibernation. You may retreat into the cave again and return to a state of solitude. However, you may be assured that no matter what the circumstances, you can choose peace instead of the conflict or disturbance you are feeling.

Bear represents the healing power within every living thing. Many of us are unprepared to make use of the potential power we possess in our capacity for introspection and solitude. The wisdom of Bear can help you realize this power and use it during those times in your life when the change created by cataclysmic events feels overwhelming.

Bennett, HZ. Zuni Fetishes: Using Native American Objects for Meditation, Reflection, and Insight. San Francisco: Harper San Francisco, 1992, p.97-100

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