Bamboo dream catcher "mowhawk"

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This Bamboo Mowhawke Dream Catcher honors the culture of the American Indians, mixing the representation of nature and the ancestral aspect of these ancient tribes.


THE MYTHICAL LEGEND OF DREAM CATCHERS

Among the Objiwe tribe, dreams were very important and central. They could provide strength and courage for their conquests and served as spiritual guidance in their daily lives.

Dreams also had the power in their culture to show visions of the future that would affect them.

According to legend, the Objiwe were the first tribe to have these dream hunters. This object was transmitted to them by Asibikaashi, an entity nicknamed the Spider Woman who had a vision of an object that would protect the sleep of this people.

In their ancestral land, the Objiwe then used the dream catcher to capture bad dreams and filter out only the good ones.

The dream catcher was then transmitted to other tribes who used it in turn to protect themselves from nightmares and harmful night thoughts.


BAMBOO, A PLANT WITH A LOT OF SYMBOLISM

Bamboo is a very popular plant in Asia, especially in China, where wandering travelers have a tradition of adding a bamboo leaf to their letters to indicate that they are well.

In Asia, bamboo symbolizes the spirit of summer, as well as the balance between Yin and Yang due to its vertical solidity and horizontal flexibility.

The hollow trunk of this plant is in the eyes of the Chinese the symbol of humility.

Since bamboo does not produce any fruit or flowers, it is also the image of a simple life.

Another important symbol of bamboo that represents this Bamboo Dreamcatcher Mowhawke, these young branches growing at the top do not grow in the same way as the older branches, so the sun illuminates only the old branches. This represents the respect of the elders.


A HANDCRAFTED PRODUCTION

The Objiwe people tied threads made of nerves in a web within a willow hoop.

The dream catcher was then hung above the beds, especially above the children's beds, to protect them from nightmares.

We have chosen to offer you this dream catcher for its faithful representation of those used by Native American tribes.



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Characteristics :

Length: 65 cm
Width: 18 cm
Length of feathers: 10-20 cm
Composition: Wicker
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