The dream catcher or dreamcatcher originally came from the Ojibweg of Chippewa, an Indian tribe from North America. The original dreamcatcher was made of a flexible branch that was connected by tendons to form a circle and then the feathers were attached. The ring refers to the circle of life. There are many stories and legends. The most famous and general story is as follows: We know that this Native American dreamcatcher hung above the bed of their children. It is believed that heaven is full of dreams, good but also bad dreams. It captures the bad dreams in the web and these are burned by the first rays of sunlight. Beautiful sweet dreams effortlessly find their way and glide through the feathers down to the head of the sleeping child. Many children with sleep problems benefit from the dream catcher. The reassuring story makes many children sleep peacefully. Nowadays, it is also widely used in the workplace or in the living room as a tool for capturing wandering thoughts, so you can concentrate better. In addition, it is also widely used as decoration around and in the house.
45 x 16 x 2 cm
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