The Artisans and their Native Culture
an intelligence they want to share with you
The smell of the earth, the freshness of the wind, the heat of the sun, the power of water… signs of nature that guide those who know how to read them, those who preserve the connection with our human roots and our divine aspect .
They are the wise men and women who hold a sacred relationship with the world they belong to. They have no intention to be wise, but they can read the leaves and the sky, and they know all the secrets about the colours around them. What nature offers…..they humbly take and give back. They inspireus, and touch us deeply inside; they arethe native cultures around the world, those who still know …those who can teach us.
We want to learn from them, we want to spread the word: there aremasters dressed as artisans,communicating the ancestral wisdom of our planet through their work. Here it is … the truth we are looking for … in every seed, every stitch … ahuman intention, a divine force.
Some might think that the women behind our products are considered impoverished, but these women are not poor. In fact, they are richer than most of the people we know—they live in community, grow their own food, they present awareness about living in harmony with the planet—and all their practices are a reflection of that.
See, poverty is a state of mind while wealth is a state of the heart. Our business is about empowering women to share their beauty and their choices, and to connect with each other creating meaningful work, a positive impact on the planet, a contribution to society and beautiful gifts for each other.