A Circle Never Ends: No end and no beginning.
People are always asking us what each pendant represents. Each pieces was beaded to reflect Anishinabe (First Nation) tradition, teachings or beliefs.
In Anishinabe culture a circle represents a way of life:
- The circle of life
- The circle shape of our medicine wheel teachings regarding our relationships with other nationalities, our relationship with animals, our relationship with ourselves, our relationship with our spirit, and our relationship with Mother Earth
- We sit in healing circles
- We dance together in circles
- Our Mother Earth is a circle
In relation to Mother Earth, our water is her blood. We must take care of her blood to keep her healthy, so that she can continue to provide for us. Full circle.