Giant dream catcher "chtala"

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This Giant Dream Catcher measures 78 cm long and 20 cm wide, it will decorate your bedroom in a flash.


GIANT DREAM CATCHER: A MULTITUDE OF COLORS

Very colorful, this dream catcher decorates a room easily, adding a touch of cheerfulness. It is often placed above your bed linen. Its floral weave enhances its appearance.

This multitude of colors makes this giant dream catcher one of the most popular in its category.

It is a very popular decorative element in children's rooms or hung in windows.


A DREAM CATCHER THAT SYMBOLIZES DREAMS

Respecting the appearance of the Native American dream catcher, this giant dream catcher can, according to the legend, protect the sleeper from nightmares and capture for him the good dreams.

Traditionally, dream catchers are a filter against bad dreams. They are able to catch nightmares and bad emotions, while they release good dreams through the feathers.


THE LEGEND OF THE DREAM CATCHER

Initially, this wall decoration object comes from North America, from the Objiwe tribe, a North American people still existing and living on the Canadian-American border.

Originally the dream catcher was made from willow wood and the canvas from dead animal guts. The first formats were not as big as this giant dream catcher but only measured about 10 centimeters.

It is during the 60's that Objiwés started to market it all over the world.

The very first creation of the dream catcher is attributed to Ashibikaashi, a woman known as the Spider Woman, guardian of all the Native American tribes. She bent over the children's beds to weave a net capable of capturing nightmares and suppressing them.

According to the Amerindians, it was essential to control the world of dreams because they saw them as omens and granted them truths.

They started their conquests by following the prophecies announced in their dreams.

The dream catchers were then essential to change the course of their history.


THE HISTORY OF THE DREAMCATCHER

Before arriving at this model of Giant Dreamcatcher, dream catchers have known a long history of several millennia.

Originally, it was used by only a few Indian tribes. The North American peoples then used them following rumors of a magical instrument used by the Objiwe and Lakota to chase away bad dreams.

They were then placed in all tipis.

In the 60's, they were exported to sell all over the world. In the 90's, counterfeit models had to be sanctioned by the American Senate because of the numerous low quality models.


WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS GIANT DREAM CATCHER?

By placing it above the bed, it would, according to the legend, purify the energies of the night, capturing the bad ones and letting only the good ones pass. The good dreams would slowly descend along the feathers of the dream catcher, and the bad ones would be removed by the first rays of the sun.


WHAT IS THIS MODEL MADE OF?

Feathers: Symbolizing the realization of dreams and symbolizing the air. Traditionally, eagle or owl feathers were attached to the old dream catchers. The eagle symbolizing courage and the owl wisdom.
Beads: Symbolizing fulfilled dreams.
A circle: Round to represent the eternal cycle of life, terrestrial and then celestial.
Weaving: Inheritance of the spider-woman and filter of dreams.

HOW TO PLACE IT ACCORDING TO THE AMERICAN INDIAN CUSTOM?

If you want to hang this giant dream catcher according to Native American principles, you can hang it above the bed, but also on the window handle or above the door.

CAN I MAKE THIS GIANT DREAM CATCHER MYSELF?

Although it is much easier and safer to buy our high quality model, you can make this giant dream catcher yourself. However, you will have to respect the manufacturing method and get all the necessary elements to make it. If you are not used to creating a dream catcher, it will take you several hours to design it with precision. A professional machine is recommended for an impeccable finish.



Features:

Size : 78 * 20 cm
Composition : Wicker
Type : Dream Catcher