I catch my dream, do you? 💖

I catch my dream, do you? 💖

The dream catcher is as exciting as it looks!

It is also one of the fascinating traditions of the Indians.

The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping person from negative dreams while allowing positive dreams.

Dream catchers can be traced back to the Ojibwes. The Ojibwe people started the phenomenon, and over time dream catchers were adopted by other tribes, cultures, and even nations.

It is believed that dream catchers originated from Asibaikaashi, known as the Spider Woman. She was the guardian of all people. It became difficult for her to take care of all the Ojibwe people as they began to spread across North America. Therefore, she kept in touch via the dream catcher.

Each part of the dream catcher had meanings tied to the physical world. A notable significance is that the dream catcher has a round shape that represents the physical shape of the earth.

Native Americans believe the night air is filled with good and bad dreams.

When hung above or near your bed and swinging freely in the air, the dreams are captured as they float by.

Good dreams know how to pass through the dream catcher, and they slide through the outer holes and further slow down on the soft springs. So carefully, the sleeper does not know they dream several times at night.

The bad dreams that do not know how to get through the web in the dream catcher disappear with the first light of the new day.

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