Ki Taitawhito- Into oceans of time.
Tangiwai- Pounamu/ NZ Bowenite
This stone conjures images, rivers of light, rivers of earth, rivers of water. The division of the trinity creating a balance of earth, sea and sky, body, mind and spirit. We remember, we are “all of the above” as we come back to our heart cave and rediscover ourselves.
Already Ancient Aotearoa hand make all their stones in Aotearoa NZ. No two stones are the same!
The people of Kāi Tahu in the deep south tell that the great navigator Tamatea coined the phrase "ki uta ki tai" when he lead his people to explore from the coast into the mountains and lakes. Some say his words referred to a philosophy of interconnectivity like the relationship between the snow on our mountains and the water in our sea. What affects one will be felt by another. Today his waka (boat) is seen as the mountain range Takitimu. The Christian bible say "as is above so is below". Māori use expressions such as " I am the river and the river is me". We affect our environment as it affects us we are all connected.
We embrace our place in the world of man and nature through the old tides.
|Dimensions||55 × 55 × 5 mm|