Multicolor rainbow dream catcher "hehaaka"

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Sleep, in addition to being an essential function for every human being, contains a part of magic, and this thanks to the dreams experienced, whether they are realistic, fanciful, good or bad.

This Multicolored Rainbow Dreamcatcher comes from the culture that the Amerindians maintained with this nocturnal magic.


DREAM CATCHERS IN THE AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE

Present in all the ancestral tribes of North America, these objects of decoration were not used in a only decorative goal. They originated with the Objiwe tribe, who acquired them, according to legend, from the Asibikaashi, a mystical entity nicknamed the Spider Woman.

This entity passed on her vision to the spiritual leader of the Objiwe, who passed on her knowledge to his tribe so that he could use the dream catchers to filter out bad dreams and prevent nightmares from reaching his members during their sleep.



The original dream catchers were composed of very symbolic elements:

The hoops were made with Willow branches, a tree symbolizing love in their culture.
The cords were usually made of vegetable fibers.
The decoration was made of feathers, beads and animal bones. Horse hair was sometimes used.
Each dream catcher was made to match the personality of its owner.


THE RAINBOW, A PHENOMENON FULL OF MAGIC

Rainbows are often appreciated for their colors and beauty. They often stimulate the imagination, especially in children.

Science describes rainbows as a totally ordinary optical phenomenon.

For ancestral cultures, rainbows have a much more symbolic dimension.

For the ancestral Scandinavians, the rainbow would serve as a bridge linking the Bifrost to Asgard.

For the Indians, the seven colors that compose it represent the 7 chakras.

This multicolored rainbow dream catcher illustrates this magical and ancestral aspect, while maintaining the aesthetics of a high quality decorative object.

Our rainbow dream catcher can be an allegory of all these mythical beliefs. The multitude of these colors is also very inspiring on a decorative level.


THE DREAM CATCHER IN OUR MODERN WORLD

Dream catchers are now very popular in all countries of this world. There are now objects derived from these dream catchers, such as dream catchers for cars, jewelry or tattoos.

The large-scale marketing of these decorative objects has however made the general public forget the original meaning and the legendary power granted to this object.


A MULTICOLORED DREAM CATCHER

Our Rainbow Multicolor Dreamcatcher respects the original instructions of the Amerindians.

Measuring 55 cm long and 14 cm wide, it respects the dimensions of the American Indians.

The weaving of the fabric was done in the shape of a 10-pointed star, with a fuchsia bead in its middle.



Characteristics :

Length : 55 cm
Width : 14 cm
Diameter of the hoop: 11 cm
Composition : Wicker
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