Dreamcatchers come from the indigenous culture, where they were used for protection. Above all, they were placed above the beds of babies and children to ensure them a good and peaceful sleep.

Bad dreams get caught in the dreamcatcher's net, while good ones slip through the loops and slide down the feathers.

The dreamcatcher should be placed near the bed, usually where the first morning sun shines. The first rays of the sun destroy all the bad dreams trapped in the net. If the dreamcatcher cannot be placed where the first morning rays of sunlight can greet it, then from time to time it should be placed in the sunlight, so all bad dreams would disappear from the net permanently.

Showing all 5 results

error: Content is protected!