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Abby Quam Fluorite Zuni Bear Carving
Height x Width x Depth: 20 x 45 x 20 mm
American Turquoise (Nevada)
Handmade and signed by Zuni artist Abby Quam, New Mexico
The bear is emblematic of grounding forces and strength. This animal has been worshiped throughout time as a powerful totem, inspiring those who need it the courage to stand up against adversity. As a spirit animal in touch with the earth and the cycles of nature, it is a powerful guide to support physical and emotional healing.
The bear has several meanings that will inspire those who have this animal as totem:
The primary meaning of the bear spirit animal is strength and confidence
Standing against adversity; taking action and leadership
The spirit of the the bear indicates it’s time for healing or using healing abilities to help self or others
The bear medicine emphasises the importance of solitude, quiet time, rest
The spirit of the bear provides strong grounding forces