The bracelets are an ornament that we place on the wrist and made in mostacilla has a characteristic by the color and design that calls the good energies and wisdom.
BRACELETS IN MOSTACILLA DESIGNS FOR FREE DOWNLOAD The sun, moon, stars and animasles embodied in them make this type of accessory unique as in this design that is an eagle symbol of:
The symbolism of the Eagle
The solar bird par excellence gives us insight and courage from the approach to the Unity of all things, ability to transcend the mundane and fly to the Great Spirit.
The Eagle for the natives of North America
Essential within the animal symbolism in the culture of the Natives of North America, spiritual principle and prototype of the shaman par excellence. Eagle is the first and most powerful of the shamans in many cultures, indicative of the shamanic vocation and origin of supernatural powers.
The Eagle for the Indians was a carrier of protection,
wisdom, and wealth. If an Indian prayed and an Eagle stood near him, it meant that his prayers had been heard: The Eagle was the direct messenger of the Great Spirit, a sacred messenger who transports our prayers to the Creator and returns with gifts and visions for man.
The Eagle corresponds to what the Hindu doctrine calls Buddhi: the intellect, which is the informal and transcendent principle of all manifestation.
The most powerful bird
For its flight, its size, its strength and its implacable precision in the hunt, has been considered the most powerful of the birds, queen of the raptors and celestial and solar symbol. Eagle feathers are used throughout the world as the most sacred healing ceremonial tools.
They are a symbol of majesty,
power and wisdom, strength and character; Are considered to be the rays of the sun. Its ability to rise to heights and descend rapidly in chop, is associated with the fulminating discharge of lightning and Thunderbird or Thunderbird for the Indians of the northwestern coast of the United States.
The Greek tradition conveyed the Aristotelian assertions that the Eagle could stare at the sun without blinding and continue its course through the sky until reaching Delos, the navel of the world, where it descended abruptly. For the Celts it is the most powerful bird, linked to the Sun God, feared and respected because it was also related to the gods of death. When it flew over the place where an army was passing, it meant victory.