A kuripe blowpipe for self-served Rapé ceremonies, designed by the Ayaho House shaman workshop located in Bali. This piece is made of highly priced teak wood. In some parts of Asia teak is regarded sacred and temples are built next to teak trees.
This pipe is decorated with a protective shaibo ornament engraved on bronze, a tiger eye stone, rudraksha and a peacock feather.
In some cultures the "eye" on the peacock's feather symbolizes the vision of the heart, the inner sight.
The tiger eye increases mindfullness, discernment, helps in making important decisions and gives sun energy.
Rudrakshas are also called "Shiva's tears" - they are considered to be a gift of Shiva and are used to make malas and other sacred objects.
As the shaman rituals aim to purify the mind and expand human consciousness, we choose such materials that will empower your intent in your Rapé ceremony so that it will truly be magical.
The decoration is attached with a spring hook, so you can easily replace or dismount it.
We support the idea of a completely sustainable and conscious manufacturing. Every detail is made without haste and manually, because our manufacturing is first of all poetry rather than business. We choose only elite kinds of wood other materials to convey the ancient magic of shamanic knowledge in every product.