Dreamcatcher Red, small size.
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Dreamcatcher, dreamcatchers, dream catchers or dreamcatchers or nightmares or dreamcatcher is an amulet of the ojibwa (or chippewa) indigenous culture, who believe that when night falls, the air fills with dreams, good and bad. Some of these dreams, even nightmares, may contain an important message from the Great Spirit to us. It is precisely to separate these dreams and bad energies that dream filters exist.
Tradition has the colorful webs hanging over the cradle of babies and the walk of children. Good dreams, knowing exactly where to go, can slip through the central hole of the web, while bad dreams get lost and get caught in the threads. When the first rays of the sun come up, bad dreams disappear.
A feather is placed in the center, representing air or breath, essential for life. The baby, watching the feather dance in the wind, learns a lesson about the importance of air. In addition, the female owl feather symbolizes wisdom. The eagle feather, male, serves to give courage.