Ojibwa Medicine Wheels- Handmade by the Ojibwa Indians. Three wheels are joined together. They measure 6 inches, 4 inches and 2 ¼ inches. The wheels are covered in tan suede with wooden beads in the center. The outer edges of each wheel are decorated with feathers. The entire length measures 24 inches. Within the Medicine Wheel everything exists for peace of mind, health and happiness. They are universally recognized as a symbol of purification, wholeness and freedom, expressing our thanksgiving to all of Life’s Forces and to our Mother Earth. The Medicine Wheel is important in Native American culture. The circle represents the circle of life. The four spokes in the middle represent the four directions, the four colors of man and the four faces of man.
Shipping weight 1.00 lb