The Power of The Arrowhead

Native Americans have long believed that wearing a hand-carved arrowhead, as a talisman around your neck, was a symbol of protection, courage and strength. They also believed that the arrowhead protected them from illness and acted as a guard against the Evil Eye. It would deflect any negative energy, protect them from their enemies and absorb their power.

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This Energy Muse piece was created to capture the energy of this ancient Native American talisman, encompassing all the protective energies that were so greatly valued. Our Arrowhead necklaces are energized to protect you against the Evil Eye and help you embrace the adventurer in you. In the morning each day, hold you Arrowhead in your hands, with focused attention, and say aloud “I am protected, focused and clear.”

Each necklace is handmade with love and care, from the hand-braided cord to the wrapping of the Arrowhead, making these pieces truly one of a kind. Each and every Arrowhead is unique, no two of them being alike.

 

 

7 Comments

  • Reply October 31, 2015

    LeroyTrujillo

    Awesome arrowhead statements!

  • Reply June 6, 2017

    Nubian El

    This is so Epic. Thank you. #nubiandivine

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  • Reply August 23, 2017

    Mary Dahlen

    I am wondering how to cleanse my arrow head necklace that was given to me for my birthday. The arrowhead is over 700 years old! Right now I have it buried in the ground with a rock and cedar leaves. I wore it for 3 days prior to burying under a cedar tree!

    • Reply December 5, 2017

      TheMuse

      There’s a number of ways to clear it! Placing it in the sun, or saging it are wonderful ways to do so.

  • Reply October 17, 2017

    Sally

    Thank you much! I just got my first two arrowheads at San Antonio Flea Market during the powwow this past weekend, I love them and wear proud!

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