How to choose a dream catcher ?

The significance of the dream catcher and its colours is deeply associated with the natural tones and materials with which they are made. Coloured dream catchers have a special value and a favourite place to be placed inside the home.

Commercialization and massification have distorted the meaning of this amulet for many American tribes. There are those who only buy images of colourful dreamcatchers as a decorative element. Many others do not know how to activate a dream catcher for use as an individual amulet.


WHITE DREAM CATCHER


The white dream catcher relates to relaxation, meditation, order and cleanliness. Where to hang a white dream catcher? It is best used in bedrooms, children's rooms and work areas. Also to be placed in the entrance of the house or on a sofa or bed.


BLACK DREAM CATCHER


Black dream catchers are used more as a contrasting element against white. They are also used to counteract the strong visual impact of pink and purple dream catchers. A black dreamcatcher, on its own, can look eccentric if it is not accompanied by another colour that mitigates it, like white.



A BLACK AND WHITE DREAM CATCHER


Black and white dream catchers encourage balance and order, in line with Eastern philosophy (yin and yang). The black and white dream catchers can be placed in spaces dedicated to relaxation, study or in bedrooms.



RED DREAM CATCHER


The red dreamcatcher is perfect in environments where socialising is more important, such as living rooms, kitchens or terraces. It stimulates the appetite and the spirit, as a colour related to passion, energy, adventure and optimism. It should not be placed in children's rooms, but in couples' rooms.


YELLOW DREAM CATCHER


This is related to the stimulation of the intellect. Yellow is the colour of sunshine, joy and vital energy. Yellow dream catchers should go to areas of creativity and sharing, such as kitchens, dining rooms, study areas or rooms facing north.


LILAC DREAM CATCHER


Being a colour related to the spiritual world, creativity and femininity, dreamcatchers in this shade have a very special symbolism. They are a representation of heaven and paradise. They are placed in bedrooms and bathrooms to create stress-free spaces.


ORANGE DREAM CATCHER


Orange dreamcatchers are placed in rooms and spaces where family and friends gather to eat. They are associated with stability and warmth in family and social relationships, so they should never be missing from the central space of the home and dining rooms.


GREEN DREAM CATCHER


This is a favourite for fostering a connection with the natural world, with the energy of nature and calm. Security of purpose, stability and health in mind and body. They are widely used in bedrooms, terraces, open spaces, headboards, hammocks or deckchairs.


BROWN DREAM CATCHER


Connected to the energy of the earth, brown dreamcatchers are linked to stability, security and good decisions. It is ideal for use in living rooms, combined with blue or green dream catchers.


PURPLE DREAM CATCHER


They are best used in bedrooms. A purple dream catcher is linked to creativity, fertility, sex and joy.


PINK DREAM CATCHER


This is a favourite, like white, to place in bedrooms and headboards, as they promote peace and rest. They usually mix pink dream catchers with purple, black or brown ones, to soothe excess relaxation. They are a favourite for the baby's room.


BLUE DREAM CATCHER


Strength, success and determination are reflected in the blue dream catcher, to promote positive images during the resting phase. Combined with whites, they look great in bedrooms, offices or bathrooms. In offices and schools, there are also those who decorate with blue dream catchers.