Native American dream catchers are traditional handmade objects believed to protect individuals from bad dreams and negative energies. The Ojibwe, also known as Chippewa, are often associated with dreamcatchers. Dreamcatchers have gained popularity among many Native American tribes and communities.
Native American folklore tells us that dream catchers are hung in a place where they can easily capture dreams. This could be above the bed or in a noticeable spot.
It is believed that dream catchers filter dreams. Positive and pleasant dreams are able to pass through the web and reach the sleeper. Negative or bad dreams are trapped in the web. The captured negative dreams are said to dissolve with the first light of the morning sun.
The use of dream catchers varies among different Native American tribes, with variations in size, shape, and decorative elements. The Ojibwe are often credited as the inventors of dream catchers. Other tribes, such as the Lakota, Cheyenne, and Navajo, have also used similar protective objects.
We are certain you will have good dreams if you only believe strongly enough.
Colors in our Native American Dream Catchers may vary due to the authentic natural materials.