Joshua Tree, California

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Last updated on Apr 20, 2019

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On Etsy since 2011


"...Our land passes in and out of our bodies just as our bodies pass in and out of our land; that as we and our land are part of one another, so all who are living as neighbors here, human and plant and animal, are part of one another..." (W. berry)

Through understanding the ecology of place, and by learning to recognize native plants and animals, we create community and build strength and resilience by healing and deepening our connection to the land. We can learn to tune in, noticing geologic formations and the flora and fauna that thrive in the varied landscapes we pass through. As we learn to listen to the stories our surroundings are telling us, we bear witness to the interconnectedness of all things.

Sun Ritual explores land body connection. It is a collection of small batch, sometimes one of a kind seasonal medicines to carry you through this challenging world. It is a collection of ritual vessels handmade with love and intention to help integrate your medicine into daily life through small acts of beauty. It is a collection of learning tools and spells to help you understand that magic and science can coexist, and in fact are part of the interconnected web of the great mystery. Medicine is beauty in the everday, the physical plants, the spells whispered into candles, the teas cupped in your hands. Medicine is honoring the land we stand on, remembering our place in the great interconnected web through the avenue that calls to us, and defending it from greedy capital interests and malaligned public policies. Medicine is keeping our night skies dark, our vistas expansive, and our wildlife running free.

- Tend your inner wilderness - Defend your wild places -

Grateful for the space and land that enabled this project in Joshua Tree, California, the occupied territories of the Yuhaviatam/Maarenga’yam (Serrano), Southern Paiute, Newe (Western Shoshone), and Chemehuevi peoples.

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    Peri Lee is a wanderer and naturalist from the mountains of Northern Taiwan, but has lived in the Mojave with a motorcycle, a worn in pair of hiking boots, and charming cat for the past five years.

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