GREEN DREAM CATCHER: THE REFLECTION OF A THOUSAND-YEAR-OLD LEGEND
This green dream catcher was designed to correspond to the legendary dream catchers of the Native American peoples used during the pre-Columbian era.
The legends surrounding the creation of the dream catcher are numerous. But they all agree on several points.
A mystical entity came to bring this object to protect the Amerindians against bad nightmares.
Once this object was transmitted, the women of all the tribes learned to make it.
The dream catcher allows bad dreams to be captured and only good dreams to pass.
The dream catcher then reached Europe and became a worldwide success in the 20th century and in 1990, a decree in the United States had to regulate the trade of dream catchers, some of which were completely devoid of the essential elements of the dream catcher and did not respect its manufacturing principles.
Today, dreamcatchers are the most popular wall decoration item.
This green dream catcher has the 4 elements of the legendary Native American dream catcher:
The circle: Traditionally made of willow wood and representing the infinite cycle of life.
The web: Originally made from the nerves of dead animals whose abilities the owner wished to acquire.
Beads: Symbols of dreams captured in the web.
Feathers: Originally those of the animal desired by the owner. They serve to bring good dreams into the mind of the sleeper.
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GREEN COLOUR OF THIS GREEN DREAM CATCHER
This colour has always been associated with nature and plant matter. It is a soothing and refreshing colour and is one of the most popular colours among human beings.
In the West, it is associated with hope and luck.
Among the Native American tribes who first used dream catchers, green took on a much stronger meaning, as their relationship with nature was much stronger.
Many tribes even kissed the trees before going on a conquest, considering them a part of their tribe.
In their civilisation, the green colour of this green dream catcher was associated with fertility and fecundity. For the Hopi Indians of North America, this colour was even linked to the cardinal points.
THE DREAM CATCHER, A DECORATIVE OBJECT PAR EXCELLENCE
While posters and stickers often adorn rooms, some people want to bring more authenticity and quality to their rooms through dreamcatchers.
They have become a much sought-after decorative object, and are especially popular for giving a bohemian look to a room's interior. They are usually hung above the headboard of the bed as is often the case for the Sakari Multicolour Dream Catcher but can also be placed in other rooms and in different ways.
Advantages of this green dream catcher:
Attracts the eye at first glance
Does not clutter
Keeps for a very long time
Gives a real charm to your bedroom.
Perfect as a gift
Very popular with children
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Length: 50 cm
Diameter of main hoop: 11 cm
Composition: Organic materials
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