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Najinu is ready to be adopted by someone who can utilize his ability to heal and prevent disease, disorders, and uncomfortable ailments.. He is a Native American Healing Spirit from the Naumkeag tribe. His specialty is anything stomach-related, including, but not limited to: IBS, stomach cancer, gallbladder disease, ulcers, and gastritis. He also aids in helping you feel full when you have an uncontrollable appetite.
He was born March 4,1621 and died on March 5, 1649, one day after his 28th birthday. He tells us he was quite an attractive man in his day, buff, tall and chisel-faced. (He's not modest!) He practiced "REAL MEDICINE" since he was 15 years of age.
Najinu died as the result of an accident, though he has not told us the details. It is not something he wishes to discuss, so we can only assume it was quite traumatic for him.
He chose his vessel over 30 years ago when his keeper painted this uniquely-shaped coconut. He had been attached to a Native American rattle that his keeper owned and used quite a bit prior to that, but the rattle wore in one spot and eventually all the beans fell out of it.
He does not wish to be bridged remotely to another item, but if you have something you think would greatly appeal to him, please share a photo of the item and allow him to decide. He is fond of his coconut head vessel because that's what his brother called him when he was a toddler. He had a head shaped like a coconut when he was born! He said his head eventually straightened out and became oblong rather than "pointy oblong". We also know that his last vessel was a Native American rattle, so if you have anything that is an originally made Native American item, it very well could suffice, if you prefer remote bridging over accepting the coconut head vessel he is currently attached to.
His keeper was a friend of ours who also lived on the reservation until he passed away early last year. Najinu needed some grieving time and did not want to part with the reservation completely until he was ready to move on. That time, he tells us, has come. He is a sweet spirit and very knowledgeable about holistic medicine. He will be missed when he is adopted, but we want him to be happy, as he should be. He needs more personal attention than what we can give him here with almost 2,000 spirits in our foster center (at the time of this listing)
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