They Say: Hopi Blue Corn is grown by the Pueblo Indians not only for food, but as an offering to the creator for an abundant harvest.
Size: 1 oz (28 g)
Country of origin: New Mexico, USA
Dictionary Terms Explained
- Traditional offering of love
Corn and cornmeal in the Native American tradition are the food of the spirits, and are traditionally given as offerings. You may wish to lay some down when doing a ceremony just to show your appreciation of the Great Mystery, Mother Earth and Father Sun. We are provided for in many ways and we have so little to give back. Tradition says that laying down some corn, with intention in your heart, can connect you to something special, and the appreciation is forthcoming. In the Native American tradition cornmeal is the mother energy and tobacco the father energy.
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