Native & Metis Pouch: Fire Collection
This universal zippered pouch can store your makeup, art supplies or favorite snacks.
Material: 100% polyester canvas with indigo denim lining and vegan leather pull tab
Designer: Tessa Sayers
Care: Machine wash separately in cold water. When drying, use delicate cycle and tumble dry on low heat. Do not bleach. Do not iron, press with heat or dry clean.
Collection: Fire Collection
The Medicine Wheel is a symbol found across many indigenous nations. The teachings and concepts vary slightly between communities; however, the majority of the symbolism speaks to the four directions, natural elements, states of being, medicines and phases of life. Soul Curiosity often talks about the medicine wheel in relation to the mental, emotional spiritual and physical. This year will be an exploration into the natural elements. The 2018 Summer Collection introduces you to the FIRE ELEMENT.
As a physical element, fire keeps us warm, it cooks our food. It has the ability to destroy and can be very unforgiving. Forest fires can be devastating to habitats, animals, and homes. It can also be a natural and necessary part of the ecocystem as it rids of old vegetation, allows sunlight to come through, and encourages new plant growth. Metaphysically, fire evokes a sense of dying off, making room for regrowth. A complete cleansing and rebirth of new life.
The Fire Collection is about shedding the old narrative and writing a new chapter. It's about loving yourself through the process. Giving yourself permission to throw a match in your internal space, and watching the flames of guilt, jealousy, shame, anger, disappointments, fears and anxiety smolder away into the past. Cleansing and purification, a spiritual rebirth where love and courage win every time.
This summer let LOVE FUEL YOUR INNER FIRE as you face fears and push through challenging times. Feed your fire with love and see what beautiful transformations take place. Welcome to the Fire Collection
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