More and more people are nowadays fascinated by dream catchers because of their mystique and attractive design. Some use it only for its decorative potential while others appreciate it for its magical side. Whatever your motives, you would really benefit from acquiring this lace dreamcatcher.
Lace Dreamcatcher: Chasing bad dreams and achieving good goals
This white lace dream catcher is in the line of the decorative and symbolic dream catcher of our website https://www.mydreamcatcher.shop. There are notably two different ancient Amerindian legends on the history of these objects. The first one comes from the Ojibwe tribe that many consider being the true creators of the dream catcher.
According to Ojibwe history, Asibikaashi the 'spider-woman' was the guardian of the village. She protected babies and young children from the forces of evil at night. As the village continued to grow, Asibikaashi struggled to reach every child at bedtime. To make it easier for her, the mothers and grandmothers of the village began making magic canvases. They made them from willow hoops, for example, and placed them on the children's beds.
The other legend about mystical objects like a lace dream catcher comes from the Lakota tribe. The Lakota describes the story of an old spiritual leader who meets Iktomi. The latter is a spiritual sage who appears as a spider in his vision. The spider finds a willow hoop and starts to weave a web. She tells the leader that men begin life as babies and end as elders. This completes the 'web of life'. She also adds that human beings go through good and bad experiences in every life.
After the spider had finished weaving the web, she offered it to the leader. She tells him that the web represents the cycle of life and that it helps to achieve the right goals. The spider also commanded the leader to spread his word in the land of men.
There is also a legend associated with the Anishinaabe, a great Native American nation including the Ojibwe and Chippewa. There was a period in Anishinaabe history when people were plagued by nightmares. The elders and healers had all tried to solve this problem on their own but to no avail. A council of all the people of the time was called.
During this council, an elder had a vision of a spider's web in a hoop decorated with a feather and a bead. This web would catch bad dreams while allowing good dreams to pass. The elders went to work to make dream catchers in the manner prescribed by the vision. When people started using them, the bad dreams disappeared.
Dreamcatcher in lace: A model naturally made according to a symbolic design.
The manufacture of a lace coated catch is defined by natural materials and symbolic concepts. Even if its materials of manufacture are different from other models such as the handmade bamboo dream catch, we can say that it roughly follows the same design bases. This dream catcher is fashioned from a red willow hoop. The web it contains takes the shape of a spider's web. A bead of seed or carved wood and a feather are attached to the bottom of the loop.
The hoop is originally made of red willow because it is the tree of love among the Amerindians. The canvas should have at least seven dots to represent the 'seven grandfathers'. It can also have other numbers with various meanings: 13 for the moons, 28 for the lunar month, etc. The hoop is originally made of red willow because it is the tree of love among the Native Americans.
Also, traditional dream catchers are only 3 to 5 inches in diameter. Canvases from 60 to 182 cm are beyond the scope of tradition. Our lace dreamcatcher thus remains in the traditional concept with 67 cm long and 23 cm wide.
Attract positive energies for a fulfilling sleep
The nature of the Dream Catcher carries a lot of symbolism. The canvas is seen as a representation of visions, goals, and dreams. Likewise, the Dream Catcher is also seen as a vision panel. They allow good things to happen in your lives in an effort to change you for the better.
The Dream Catcher lace is also known to serve as a medicine wheel, as is also the case with the Naya dream catcher. The ring symbolizes the path traveled on Earth and restores eternal life. The original dream catcher finally has several colors. Each of them represents different aspects of personality, mood, and emotions.
The dreamcatcher is hung above a sleeping area in a place where the morning light can enter. When bad dreams come, they don't know their way through the canvas. Instead, they get caught in the web so that the first light of day destroys them. Good dreams, on the other hand, pass through the center of the canvas and go down the feather to the sleeper.
Bad dreams can be intentionally malicious or simply ephemeral images of no importance. They can be very disturbing, but always have a very important message for the dreamer. The lace dream catcher does not necessarily get rid of bad dreams in the sense of nightmares. Rather, they are bad dreams in the sense of dreams of distractions that are of no value to the dreamer.
dream catcher lace: Favour the bedroom for use
Nowadays, many people use this dream catcher as a decoration. Dream catchers are indeed pleasing to the eye. However, they also have meaning and weight. They are the basis of legendary Native American tales if you believe in such things at all. Otherwise, you can always use dream catchers to give your home a particular look or theme.
Our lace dream catcher features delightful colors and patterns for a headboard decoration. The embroidery of the lace fabric provides a beautiful contrast to the off-white feathers with brown tips. The lace dream catcher also features several hoops, making it a worthy representation of the cycle of life.
It is also important to remember that the dream catcher is used to let good energy flow and to block bad energy. Our lace dream catcher would be more appropriate in the room where you sleep rather than in your living room.