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Glowing containers. really easy to make, and they would be a really cool item for a bedroom or bathroom. You could put hairbrushes, toothbrushes, hairbands or anything in them.

Glowing containers. really easy to make, and they would be a really cool item for a bedroom or bathroom. You could put hairbrushes, toothbrushes, hairbands or anything in them.

The Making of the Fire  Huichol yarn painting by  Maria de Jesus Rivera Hernandez de la Cruz

The Making of the Fire Huichol yarn painting by Maria de Jesus Rivera Hernandez de la Cruz

Huichol Yarn Painting - a masterpiece of Huichol art yarn painting in the collection of the museum of popular arts, Mexico City

Huichol Yarn Painting - a masterpiece of Huichol art yarn painting in the collection of the museum of popular arts, Mexico City

Like many indigenous American groups, Huichols have traditionally used the peyote (hikuri) cactus in religious rituals. Huichol practices seem to reflect pre-Columbian practices particularly accurately. These rituals involve singing, weeping, and contact with ancestor spirits. “It is Wirikuta, where the Huichol go each year to collect peyote.” “Before reaching Wirikúta, their final destination, they pass by the sacred springs of Tatéi Matiniéri (“Where Our Mother Lives”)

Like many indigenous American groups, Huichols have traditionally used the peyote (hikuri) cactus in religious rituals. Huichol practices seem to reflect pre-Columbian practices particularly accurately. These rituals involve singing, weeping, and contact with ancestor spirits. “It is Wirikuta, where the Huichol go each year to collect peyote.” “Before reaching Wirikúta, their final destination, they pass by the sacred springs of Tatéi Matiniéri (“Where Our Mother Lives”)

Peyote Ceremony in the Sacred Land of Wirikuta (#MRC11)  Huichol yarn painting by  Maximino Renteria de la Cruz,  Nayarit, Mexico, c. 2006  Yarn pressed into beeswax on plywood

Peyote Ceremony in the Sacred Land of Wirikuta (#MRC11) Huichol yarn painting by Maximino Renteria de la Cruz, Nayarit, Mexico, c. 2006 Yarn pressed into beeswax on plywood

WARNING!!! a million DIY projects :) This website is as addicting as Pinterest. pin now check later!

WARNING!!! a million DIY projects :) This website is as addicting as Pinterest. pin now check later!