Dream catcher - brown feathers
Do you sleep badly? A dream catcher gives you a much better night's sleep.
For centuries, Native American peoples have hung dream catchers above the cribs of their babies as a protective talisman. During sleep, the bad dreams are filtered out. Only the good dreams come through.
The color of this dream catcher symbolizes warmth and serenity. For maximum effect: hang the dream catcher at the place where you sleep and where the morning light can fall on it.
Did you know?
The legend of the dream catcher begins with Asibikaashi, the spiritual protector of the Native American Ojibwe people. As the people spread further across the country, Asibikaashi found it more difficult to protect everyone. This is why she made the dream catcher. The bad dreams are caught in the spider web. The feathers act as a fluffy ladder through which a good dream can gently descend on the sleeping person.
- Handmade from natural materials.
- Length: 58 cm (23 inches).