What does "Nareka" mean?
nareka \na re ka \
n: a circular object used in meditation
v: 1: to clarify a process 2: to move to another level
The word Nareka is derived from Naurika or Nearika, from the language of the Huichol Indians in the Sierra
of Mexico. Traditionally it is a circular object made from stone, clay, wood or yarn and decorated with items from personal experience. These items could be a lock of hair from a relative, an adornment from a weapon, a bone from a deceased pet, anything of personal importance.
After a Naurika is created, it is used by its creator as a focal point to center thoughts during intense meditation. This process or ceremony helps the Huichol Indians find a solution to a problem or upcoming challenge, as well as clarify milestones in their journey through life. The Huichol create a new Naurika for each new endeavor.
Like the traditional Naurika, we assist others to identify their objectives or goals more clearly by distilling complex messages, subjects and procedures through creative vision.