Macramé dream catcher

The Macramé Dreamcatcher is an accessory found in many homes. Unlike the original Native American models, it does not have feathers, beads or fabric.

The Scandinavian people who created the Macrame Dreamcatcher believed like the American Indians that good dreams could send important messages. Thus, thanks to this amulet, it would be possible to really filter the content of these dreams.


MACRAMÉ DREAM CATCHER: THE ORIGINS OF THE DREAM CATCHER


The Dreamcatcher has been used for a long time by the native shamanic tribes in the United States, in particular the Ojibwe tribe. For these tribes, learning to decipher the messages revealed by dreams was one of the main missions that people had during their passage on Earth.

Thus, according to the beliefs of these peoples, during the night, many dreams remained in the air. Among them, good and bad dreams sought to convey messages to people. However, dreams that were not intended for certain people also wandered in the air.

The dream catcher was therefore a necessary artifact. Still according to tradition, good dreams pass through the central circle, while bad dreams are trapped in the web. And when the dawn comes, these bad energies disappear.

For these tribes, it is normal to leave a dream catcher near the place where the babies sleep. In this way, the little ones are protected from bad dreams. In addition, a feather is placed in the center of the filter, representing the power of the air.

According to the Indians and Scandinavians, the best thing to do is to place the Macramé Dreamcatcher above the headboard facing the sun. Afterwards, at dawn, the negative energies trapped in the cloth disappear. But the Macramé Dreamcatcher can also be placed on the body of the sleeping person to ensure its protection.


WHAT IS A MACRAME DREAM CATCHER?


The word macramé means knot. It is an art form that has been used for 4000 years and originated in the Persian and Assyrian civilizations. Nowadays, they are mostly sought after for their aestheticism and originality.

Unlike the Indian model, the macramé dream catcher is usually beige or white and can have several shapes: Round, Triangular ....

The Macramé Dreamcatcher is in our store handmade and mostly handmade. It easily decorates a room with its neutral color and brings a touch of zen to any living room.


WHY CHOOSE THIS TYPE OF DREAM CATCHER?


These dreamcatchers are very appreciated for their neutral color, allowing to easily decorate a room.

They are also very resistant, because of their composition, and can be kept for several decades.

Finally, being very diverse in their forms, they offer a wide range of choices.


HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR MACRAMÉ DREAM CATCHER ?



- THE SHAPE


The shape is important. It is the general appearance of the Macrame Dreamcatcher. The pattern of the circle is also very important to make the right choice.


- THE COLOR


Although the colors are often close, brown, beige, or lighter models will each give a different touch to a room.



- THE SIZE


A Giant Nordic Dreamcatcher (over 80 cm) will be the main element of a room. While smaller models will blend in with the other decorative elements of the room.



Whatever your preferences, you will find at My dream catcher the model that suits you! You can even choose a dream catcher kit.