Meher Collection Large Size Home Wall Hanging Dream Catcher
Dream catchers symbolizes the yearning for a better life. It is one of the most fascinating traditions of Native Americans. Dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams. Have you heard the story behind the dreamcatchers? According to Ojibwe legend, there was a spider woman known as Asibikaashi, who took care of all the children on the land. But as the Ojibwe nation expanded, Asibikaashi wasn;t able to reach all of the children every night. So the mothers and grandmothers crafted dreamcatchers for the children, using willow hoops, natural twine, and feathers. They would then hang the dreamcatchers above the beds of babies and children. These dreamcatchers were thought to filter out the bad dreams, only allowing the good dreams to pass through and reach the minds of the children. When the sun rises in the morning, the bad dreams disappear.
New Version: No need to assemble. More convenient and beautiful than before. Meher Collection Dream Catchers can be sent to your lover and kids as a thoughtful gift with love.