Njeti Sangoma Cloth
Water Spirit Njeti Sangoma Cloth is a special cloth made for spiritual functions that include summoning powerful water spirits. It is also a symbol of receiving spiritual anointment. Make sure you don’t just visit any sangoma with no experience.
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Sangomas’ clothing is typically made out of animal skins, which reflects their belief that animals have spirits that can be communed with.
It’s also said that wearing animal skin helps them connect better with those spirits, which means they have access to more power and more knowledge than other people do.
When you’re a sangoma, you have to dress for success.
You don’t need to look like the rest of the world—you need to stand out from them. You can’t blend in with the crowd and hope people will notice your services.
One needs to be noticed wherever you go so that when someone is looking for a traditional healer, they will immediately know where to find you.
That’s why Amabhayi has been designed with this goal in mind—so that no matter how many other people are wearing similar garments, yours will always stand out as something special.
Your clothes have to tell stories about who you are and what makes you different from everyone else. And Amabhayi has made sure that every item we offer tells its own story!
From our colorful prints and patterns to our bold designs, there is no doubt that when someone sees what we make, they’ll know exactly who designed it—and that they’ll want whatever it is on their body too!
Ngwana badimo – Amabhayi is a sangoma clothing designed by local artisans. It comes in the following sizes: small, medium, large, and extra-large. It can be purchased from different stores, and it costs.
The product is made out of mostly animal materials. It is manufactured locally.
It is available in the following colors: blue, red, green, yellow, orange, and black.
The product is handmade by a number of people artisanal workers in South Africa. The artist who created this design is also an artisanal worker who lives in South Africa.