TO SEE WHAT OTHER'S CANNOT, INTUITION
According to the Zuni Pueblo people, owls can see what others cannot. Owl’s perceptivity reminds us of the importance of both worlds we reside in: the physical as well as the spiritual, perhaps the known and the unknown.
Our willingness and courage to transform the unknown in ourselves into the known is a true source of wisdom. Owl’s wisdom comes from the ability to discern that which cannot be seen.
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The stone-carved Owl above sits on my desk and came from one of our favorite places in Santa Fe, Keshi. Keshi (kay-SHE) is the traditional greeting of the Zuni Pueblo people who live in a stunningly beautiful part of western New Mexico.
Owner Brownwyn is a beautiful blue-eyed blonde who attended school as a young girl at the pueblo as her mother Robin (in 1981 was a school teacher there) and went on to create Keshi. Keshi buys directly from the Zuni people and does many wonderful things to support the tribe.
Check them out @thekeshifoundation.