Spirit Bird In myths across the world, the human soul is often seen as a bird. Primeval Finns believed that one’s spirit bird flies free when one sleeps. According to Karelian folklore it’s wise to keep a spirit bird carved out of wood next to you to keep your soul from wandering too far away while you sleep. Teemu Järvi`s birds are a modern reinterpretation of this old tradition. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations Spirit Bird In myths across the world, the human soul is often seen as a bird. Primeval Finns believed that one’s spirit bird flies free when one sleeps. According to Karelian folklore it’s wise to keep a spirit bird carved out of wood next to you to keep your soul from wandering too far away while you sleep. Teemu Järvi`s birds are a modern reinterpretation of this old tradition. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations Spirit Bird In myths across the world, the human soul is often seen as a bird. Primeval Finns believed that one’s spirit bird flies free when one sleeps. According to Karelian folklore it’s wise to keep a spirit bird carved out of wood next to you to keep your soul from wandering too far away while you sleep. Teemu Järvi`s birds are a modern reinterpretation of this old tradition. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations Spirit Bird In myths across the world, the human soul is often seen as a bird. Primeval Finns believed that one’s spirit bird flies free when one sleeps. According to Karelian folklore it’s wise to keep a spirit bird carved out of wood next to you to keep your soul from wandering too far away while you sleep. Teemu Järvi`s birds are a modern reinterpretation of this old tradition. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations

Spirit Bird

In myths across the world, the human soul is often seen as a bird. Primeval Finns believed that one’s spirit bird flies free when one sleeps. According to Karelian folklore it’s wise to keep a spirit bird carved out of wood next to you to keep your soul from wandering too far away while you sleep. Teemu Järvi`s birds are a modern reinterpretation of this old tradition.

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