Turquoise good general healer for all illnesses and excellent
conductor (high copper).
This gentle, cool, soothing stone is a Native American classic.
For open communication, creativity, serenity, spiritual bonding, being positive;
Opens the heart for giving/receiving.
| We make each Dream Catcher by hand
and are made exactly like Navajo, Mohican
or other Native Americans. Each one is unique no 2 are alike.
They are very labor intensive to make.
We make them with
real leather, 5"to 6" wood hoops,
turquoise, arrow heads and
pheasant, goose, turkey or grouse feathers. Please allow us 3
business days before shipping by priority mail. Click image to enlarge. You can hang this Dream Catcher with
pride and help capture Happy Dreams.
Like a spider spins a web
for life, a Dream Catcher is handcrafted with prayer and good thoughts.
American Dream Catchers.
Dream catchers are one of the most long standing traditions of Native Americans. The dream catcher was meant to protect the sleeping or resting person from bad or negative dreams, letting positive dreams through.
The positive dreams slip through the hole in the center of the web of the
dream catcher, and glide down the feathers to the resting person below. The
negative dreams would get caught up in the web.
The dream catcher is part of Native American culture for hundreds of years.
One element of Native American dream catcher relates to the tradition of
the hoop. Many Native
Americans of North America held the hoop in the highest esteem, symbolizing
strength and unity. Many symbols started around the hoop, and one of these symbols is the
dream catcher. Bawaajige nagwaagan meaning