A kuripi blowpipe for a self-served Rapé ceremony, designed by the Ayaho House shaman workshop, located in Bali. We use the best coconut palm tree wood to make our kuripis.
The blowpipe is decorated with a rudraksha seed, a black onyx stone, a peacock feather and a protective Shapibo ornament engraved on bronze.
The Shapibo ornament purifies the energetic field, restores balance and has a protective function.
Rudraksha seeds are also known as «Shiva’s tears». These seeds are considered to be a gift of Shiva and are used to make malas and other sacred objects.
In some cultures the "eye" on the peacock's feather symbolizes the vision of the heart, the inner sight.
Black onyx gives protection and inspiration, and it harmonizes the aura.
We believe that such factors as the sort of wood and the quality of decoration materials can amplify your intent in the ceremony and make it truly magical.
The decoration is attached with a spring hook, so you can easily replace or dismount it.
We support the idea of sustainable and conscious manufacturing. Every detail is made without haste and manually, because our manufacturing is first of all poetry rather than business. As the shaman rituals aim to purify the mind and expand human consciousness, we choose only elite kinds of wood and natural stones to convey the ancient magic of shamanic knowledge in every product.