Dream catcher "objiwé"

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This dream catcher is a faithful representation of the dream catchers used by the American Indians several centuries ago.

These objects of interior decoration are very fashionable today. They originate from Native American tribes, especially the Ojibwe culture, and are an integral part of their culture and traditions. In addition, they are a symbol of their "shamanic" healing beliefs.


A DREAM CATCHER WITH POWERFUL SYMBOLISM

The significance of the dream catcher is very spiritual as, according to tradition, these objects filter our rest at night and, in their networks, capture nightmares and then allow beautiful dreams to reach the sleeper through their feathers.

In addition, these beliefs say that they are excellent for filtering negative energies in the house, so they are hung on the front doors, bed or windows.


THE LEGEND OF THE DREAM CATCHER

Legend has it that a "spider woman" named Asibikaashi took care of the objiwes on earth. She watched over all the creatures on the planet Earth. She paid special attention to newborns, so she worked day and night to weave a fine, delicate but strong web, capable of capturing all evil between its threads and making it disappear at dawn.

Historically, the Ojibwe people began to move to North America. Asibikaashi could no longer take care of all the children and asked their mothers and grandmothers to make the dream catchers.


HOW DID THE DREAM CATCHER CONQUER THE WORLD?

In the 16th century, colonists brought dream catchers back to Europe where they began to be displayed on the interior walls of homes.

In the 20th century, the New Age movement popularized it, setting it up as a symbol of peace in the 1960s.

Nowadays, it is used by all cultures and often allows parents to help their children find sleep and avoid nightmares by telling them about the magical powers of this ancient object.


HOW TO USE THIS AMERICAN DREAM CATCHER?

This dream catcher is generally placed above the headboards, although everyone can place it where he wants.

Concerning its use, there are generally motives to want to choose this dream catcher:

To allow its children to sleep by reassuring them thanks to the legend of the dream catcher and by avoiding them the nightmares thanks to its psychological effects.
Want to decorate its interior: This dream catcher in shades of white and brown can soothe the character of a room. It also allows you to decorate your room with an element of size but not taking any space.


Characteristics :

Length: 64cm
Circle of 15 cm in diameter
Organic material