Native American Indian Warrior Shooting Bow & Arrow 14" Statue For Family, Peace, Strength, ETC.

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Throughout history, American Indians have used symbols to represent the deeper meaning they assign to all aspects of life. These images are integral to the way in which Native Americans live and communicate; they are the manifestation of how they understand the world. Symbols are tools not just to convey significance, but to create it too; they are a means for Native Americans to communicate with each other and with the natural world they revere.

Symbols have historically been used to record and share ideas, beliefs, and events. They may function as directions to an ideal hunting spot or explain why the sun rises in the East and sets in the West. Native Americans have created an entire language with symbols. They are a tool for sending messages within and between tribes, expressing ideas, spreading mythology, and describing objects and their spiritual essence.

Aside from being used as a functional language, Native Americans also incorporate symbols throughout their artwork to express the different perspectives on life they maintain, as well as to connect to the world and the people in it on a spiritual level. They’re featured in all types of art—paintings, drawings, tattoos, pottery design, sculpture, totems, and even war paint—to depict meaning, provide inspiration, and tell a story.

The influence of symbols and their meanings on Native American art is incredibly palpable and prominent throughout history. American Indian artists continue to use them to embody their culture and connect to the spirit of the natural world.

Indian spirits are spiritual beings who have been tasked with maintaining this Earth, watching over the affairs of humanity and each has dominion over a portion of nature. They are identified with natural forces as well as with human interests or endeavors. The Indian spirits are mediators between humanity and the Supreme Being. 

Pray to Indian Spirits because they are already in heaven, and they can intercede for you. In moments of anxiety, you need to hope and believe in something that helps you recover faith and maintain peace in your life.

Lucky Indian Prayer #1: "Great Chief, faithful Indian Spirit. In the name o the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. As as faithful believer in your power, I ask you in this moment, to help me. Oh, Great Spirit, you know my problems. Help me with your power, and guide me with your holy and divine protection. Oh, Great Indian Spirit, I as that you offer me your protection, and with your axe break the chains that my enemies bind me with spiritually and in all money matters. With the poison of your arrows destroy the evil thoughts against me. With your eyes see that no one does me harm in any way. AMEN.”

Lucky Indian Prayer #2: "Please shower on me an abundance of money from the infinite source on a regular basis. I am ready for money to come to me to better the life of my family.  I am ready to be paid very well doing an exciting and rewarding job. I am ready to win at gambling, casino games, bingo and contest tickets. Every day I find myself getting closer and closer to achieving my financial goals. All my thoughts are focused on good luck. Money come to me from all directions. AMEN.”

Statues are prayed to for seeking love, health, fortune, protection, and to lend their energy while casting spells or during rituals. Establish the psychic link within yourself of spiritual awareness, inner peace, and positive transformation. 

Approximately 14"