White feather dream catcher "akecheta"

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Mythical symbol of the Amerindian tradition, this White Feather Dream Catcher Akecheta is the symbol of soft and peaceful nights.


THE HISTORY OF THE WHITE FEATHER DREAM CATCHER

Dream catchers are part of the Ojibwa culture and are based on an ancient legend. Originally, they were handmade and consisted of a circular willow ring about nine centimeters in diameter, inside which a web was woven to resemble a spider's web with nerves, ropes or threads (originally made of nettle fiber) that was dyed red. They were placed on children's beds to filter out bad dreams.

Over time, dream catchers spread to other Native American peoples as a symbol of identification with the indigenous culture.

Today, they are made of many different materials and shapes, and are sold in many parts of the world.

THE BENEFITS OF A DREAM CATCHER

As evidenced by this Akecheta White Dream Catcher, a dream catcher is an ethnic object consisting of a circular ring on which a net is woven in the shape of a spider web and which is usually decorated with feathers and beads. As such, it is originally the object of the Ojibwa people, one of the indigenous peoples of North America.

Dream catchers were used for centuries by Native American tribes for their virtues.

The dream catchers were placed near the head of the bed, so that the sun would pass through the circle to trap nightmares and allow the holder to wake up with only pleasant dreams.

For the Lakota, of the Sioux tribe, the dream catchers work in reverse, meaning that nightmares pass through the net while good dreams get trapped in the threads and slide down the feathers to the person asleep below.


DREAM CATCHERS IN OUR MODERN WORLD.

Dream catchers are increasingly common in all cultures as evidenced by our Ying Yang Dream Catcher. Many people testify of their benefits on the quality of their sleep and that of their children.

Although its effects are probably psychological, telling the story and the powers of the dream catcher will allow the brain to relax and eliminate the fears leading to nightmares.

However, we must distinguish between poor quality Dreamcatchers and those that respect the criteria of the American Indians.


THE SYMBOLISM OF THE COLOR WHITE

Associated with purity and innocence, the color white represents on this Akecheta White Dreamcatcher its capacity to eliminate all bad energies occurring during sleep and to purify the dreams experienced during the sleep of its holder.

The large size of this white dream catcher and its whiteness can give more clarity to a room.



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Features:

Composition: Beads, Feathers, Fabric
Length: 55cm
Feather length: 14cm
Circle diameter: 11cm
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