Dream Catchers are a small hoop containing a web of string or yarn, decorated with feathers and beads, believed to give its owner good dreams.
Dream Catchers, originally made by American Indians are an ancient spiritual tool used to help assure good dreams to those that sleep under them.
A dream catcher is usually placed over a place you would sleep where the morning light can hit it.
As you sleep all dreams from the spirit world have to pass through the dream catchers distinctively patterned web woven within a hoop, the dream catcher catches the dreams that meander through the night air.
Only good dreams can pass through the hole in the center while the bad dreams are caught in the webbing and are destroyed by the morning light.
Bad dreams become entangled in the intricate pattern of the web, becoming lost, and finally burned away by the morning light.
Good dreams, knowing their way through to the center, pass through the small hole, past the feathers, and down under the dreamer.
Dream Catchers have a broader meaning than just the legends related to dreams. They are totems that represent good energy and help to neutralize bad energy — whether you're awake or asleep!
The dream catcher reminds us how important the dream world has been to people throughout time.
Dreams have provided medicine men, shamans and prophets a portal to another realm. Even though today most of us tend to focus on the physiology of the dream state, we can still appreciate the power of our nightly visits to that other world.
This dreamcatcher can guide your good dreams to you.
Necklace string is approximately 32 inches long.
Dream Catcher pendant is approximately 4 inches long.