Native nations in the United States have legends and traditions that go back thousands of years. Some aspects of Native American culture still exist today, such as the Dream Catcher. The Ayasha White Dream Catcher as well as the handmade Achak Dream Catcher is part of this longstanding Native American tradition and bewitches other cultures with its concept.

Native American cultural attachment to dream interpretation

Throughout history, people from all cultures have valued the meanings of dreams. These archetypal messages of the afterlife from various sources had to be interpreted in terms of symbolism and content. Even today, dreams can inspire, confuse or disturb the dreamer, whether good or bad. In the Ojibwe tribe, night visions or dreams were of paramount importance. In particular, children received their names through dreams. More precisely, it was the dream of a person who was specifically named as the name-giver of that child. The name giver could also donate a protective cloth to protect the child from bad omens. On this point, the making of an object like this white Ayasha dream catch is first and foremost a protective gesture. The dreamcatcher should always be offered as a gift. You should not normally buy one yourself for your own use. At least this is the value attached to the custom of the dreamcatcher among the Native Americans. Many people nowadays tend to buy a dreamcatcher for themselves. Some do not hesitate to make their own dreamcatcher, which is a very good thing in itself. Indeed, the authenticity of an item like our white Ayasha dream catch is measured above all by its craftsmanship.

Ayasha white dream catcher: Placement of the dream catcher for the desired effect

Dreamcatchers, including our white Ayasha dreamcatcher, is an authentic Native American tradition from the Ojibwe or Chippewa tribe. It originally consisted of a sinew thread in a canvas around, teardrop-shaped frame or a colorful heart dreamcatcher. The concept is very similar to that of an Ojibwe snowshoe for walking in the snow. The dream catcher is suspended above the child to protect him from nightmares while he sleeps. The bad dreams are notably caught in the canvas to be consumed in daylight. The dream catcher also helps to remember dreams. It is considered by some to be a serious tool rather than just a decorative accessory. The opening in the center determines the volume of the dream you want to receive. It also puts the expected changes in your life in parallel. Hang our white Ayasha dream catch near where you sleep. It can be on the wall, a lampshade or a floor lamp. If your dreams become too active, you can also place it on a flat surface. You can also choose this placement if you want to make your white Ayasha dream catch inactive.

Ayasha Dream Catcher: A symbolic object in all its elements

The dream catcher is rich in symbolism whether it is in the style of black lace dream catch or in the shape of a rounded dream catch with beads. Almost every part of this object has a particular meaning. The circular shape of the dreamcatcher symbolizes the circle of life, with no beginning and no end. This idea of the circle of life is very important to many Native Americans. They consider death to be a part of life and the spirit survives after death. The dream catcher is specifically woven to resemble a spider's web. A single bead is added to the web to represent the spider. The other beads represent trapped dreams. The material that makes up the hoop is also important. It is often made from willow because this wood is the symbol of love among the Amerindians. Finally, you will surely notice feathers on this white Ayasha dream catcher. Feathers have many meanings in Native American culture. For the dream catch, in particular, the feathers are used to bring dreams down to the owner of the amulet. They can also be chosen according to the personality of the recipient of the dream catcher. Dream catchers for boys are often adorned with eagle feathers. This is supposed to give them the strength, size, and precision of this bird. Dream catchers for girls, on the other hand, are often decorated with owl feathers. This is supposed to give them femininity, wisdom, and intelligence. The symbolism behind a dreamcatcher can also be reinforced by the addition of animal bones. These are often placed on the cords hanging from the hoop of the amulet. The animal chosen for the bones is very important for the personality to be translated with the object. The deer is a symbol of power, nobility and family love. The rabbit is supposed to symbolize happiness, harmony and longevity. The fox is the allegory of wisdom, sense of direction, nobility and femininity. The bull is the expression of perseverance, strength and sensuality.

Dream Catcher white Ayasha: A perfect decoration for a white interior.

This white Ayasha dream catcher is 12 cm long and 50 cm wide. A strip of silver-white ribbon is wound along the hoop. Beads at the ends of the canvas are painted the same color, although the color is not as varied as on the rainbow dream catch. The central bead, which symbolizes the protective spider, is pearly white. You will find two sets of decorative feathers on this Ayasha white dream catch. The first feather fan is brown with white polka dots. The feathers of this first set are also decorated with a light brown down on the heads. The second fan of feathers is a clear white with silver tips. The down is smooth and a small silver pearl is placed on the feather heads. If you have a lot of white elements in your home, this dream catcher will make a great decorative piece. You could hang it above a sofa, a fireplace or your television. The real place for a dream catcher would nevertheless be in a bedroom. On this point, this dream catcher would be perfect above your bed, whether it is hung or placed on the wall.

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    Native nations in the United States have legends and traditions that go back thousands of years. Some aspects of Native American culture still exist today, such as the Dream Catcher. The Ayasha White Dream Catcher as well as the handmade Achak Dream Catcher is part of this longstanding Native American tradition and bewitches other cultures with its concept.

    Native American cultural attachment to dream interpretation

    Throughout history, people from all cultures have valued the meanings of dreams. These archetypal messages of the afterlife from various sources had to be interpreted in terms of symbolism and content. Even today, dreams can inspire, confuse or disturb the dreamer, whether good or bad. In the Ojibwe tribe, night visions or dreams were of paramount importance. In particular, children received their names through dreams. More precisely, it was the dream of a person who was specifically named as the name-giver of that child. The name giver could also donate a protective cloth to protect the child from bad omens. On this point, the making of an object like this white Ayasha dream catch is first and foremost a protective gesture. The dreamcatcher should always be offered as a gift. You should not normally buy one yourself for your own use. At least this is the value attached to the custom of the dreamcatcher among the Native Americans. Many people nowadays tend to buy a dreamcatcher for themselves. Some do not hesitate to make their own dreamcatcher, which is a very good thing in itself. Indeed, the authenticity of an item like our white Ayasha dream catch is measured above all by its craftsmanship.

    Ayasha white dream catcher: Placement of the dream catcher for the desired effect

    Dreamcatchers, including our white Ayasha dreamcatcher, is an authentic Native American tradition from the Ojibwe or Chippewa tribe. It originally consisted of a sinew thread in a canvas around, teardrop-shaped frame or a colorful heart dreamcatcher. The concept is very similar to that of an Ojibwe snowshoe for walking in the snow. The dream catcher is suspended above the child to protect him from nightmares while he sleeps. The bad dreams are notably caught in the canvas to be consumed in daylight. The dream catcher also helps to remember dreams. It is considered by some to be a serious tool rather than just a decorative accessory. The opening in the center determines the volume of the dream you want to receive. It also puts the expected changes in your life in parallel. Hang our white Ayasha dream catch near where you sleep. It can be on the wall, a lampshade or a floor lamp. If your dreams become too active, you can also place it on a flat surface. You can also choose this placement if you want to make your white Ayasha dream catch inactive.

    Ayasha Dream Catcher: A symbolic object in all its elements

    The dream catcher is rich in symbolism whether it is in the style of black lace dream catch or in the shape of a rounded dream catch with beads. Almost every part of this object has a particular meaning. The circular shape of the dreamcatcher symbolizes the circle of life, with no beginning and no end. This idea of the circle of life is very important to many Native Americans. They consider death to be a part of life and the spirit survives after death. The dream catcher is specifically woven to resemble a spider's web. A single bead is added to the web to represent the spider. The other beads represent trapped dreams. The material that makes up the hoop is also important. It is often made from willow because this wood is the symbol of love among the Amerindians. Finally, you will surely notice feathers on this white Ayasha dream catcher. Feathers have many meanings in Native American culture. For the dream catch, in particular, the feathers are used to bring dreams down to the owner of the amulet. They can also be chosen according to the personality of the recipient of the dream catcher. Dream catchers for boys are often adorned with eagle feathers. This is supposed to give them the strength, size, and precision of this bird. Dream catchers for girls, on the other hand, are often decorated with owl feathers. This is supposed to give them femininity, wisdom, and intelligence. The symbolism behind a dreamcatcher can also be reinforced by the addition of animal bones. These are often placed on the cords hanging from the hoop of the amulet. The animal chosen for the bones is very important for the personality to be translated with the object. The deer is a symbol of power, nobility and family love. The rabbit is supposed to symbolize happiness, harmony and longevity. The fox is the allegory of wisdom, sense of direction, nobility and femininity. The bull is the expression of perseverance, strength and sensuality.

    Dream Catcher white Ayasha: A perfect decoration for a white interior.

    This white Ayasha dream catcher is 12 cm long and 50 cm wide. A strip of silver-white ribbon is wound along the hoop. Beads at the ends of the canvas are painted the same color, although the color is not as varied as on the rainbow dream catch. The central bead, which symbolizes the protective spider, is pearly white. You will find two sets of decorative feathers on this Ayasha white dream catch. The first feather fan is brown with white polka dots. The feathers of this first set are also decorated with a light brown down on the heads. The second fan of feathers is a clear white with silver tips. The down is smooth and a small silver pearl is placed on the feather heads. If you have a lot of white elements in your home, this dream catcher will make a great decorative piece. You could hang it above a sofa, a fireplace or your television. The real place for a dream catcher would nevertheless be in a bedroom. On this point, this dream catcher would be perfect above your bed, whether it is hung or placed on the wall.