A Dream Catcher is what people believed to give its owner good dreams. 30'' large size perfect for your home décor.
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The Dream Catcher may be the perfect gift for anyone who suffers from nightmares. When a person goes to sleep the dream catcher will attract all the dreams. Nightmares get trapped inside the web.Good dreams pass through and slide down the feathers to reach the person sleeping.
Authentic Native American Dream Catchers
Originally created by American Indians, dream catchers consist of a small wooden hoop covered in a net or web of natural fibers, with meaningful sacred items like feathers and beads attached. Real authentic, traditional dream catchers are handmade and crafted only from all natural materials, measuring just a few small inches across in size.
The dreamcatcher may be the perfect gift for anyone who suffers from nightmares.Feathers and beads are often used.
How a dreamcatcher works according to believers
Dreamcatchers are placed in the bedroom.When a person goes to sleep the dreamcatcher will attract all the dreams.Nightmares get trapped inside the web.Good dreams pass through and slide down the feathers to reach the person sleeping.
When morning comes and the dreamcatcher is exposed to light, the bad dreams dissolve and disappear. They cannot survive in daylight.As the person wakes up he or she feels refreshed after a pleasant and peaceful sleep.
Ojibwa Native Americans
Dreamcatchers originate from the Ojibwa Native Americans. They now mainly reside in Canada and the United States.
They made to protect their infants and young children. They were meant to trap all evil spirits that came in the form of nightmares. The small dreamcatcher hung over the cradle or bed to ensure their children were safe and secure during the night.
All mothers and grandmothers agreed to weave a web inside loops made from the willow tree. These magical webs could catch the spirits lurking around the child at night. Evil spirits would not be able to taunt the sleeping child anymore.
The New Age Era
Today dreamcatchers are known and used in many countries worldwide. People are now making their own variations of dreamcatchers using different kinds of material and equipment.