Origin and meaning of Dreamcatcher
What is the meaning and history behind the dreamcatcher? Many times you’ve come across dreamcatcher hanging from a tree, on the porch, in front of the door or in a souvenir shop. And you wonder about its purpose and meaning. Let’s find out more about the story and the myth behind the origin of the dreamcatcher.
Dreamcatcher made by Native Americans, come in many sizes and shapes. Historical documents claim that the dreamcatcher originated from the Objiwa Chippewa tribe. The Lakota tribe also has its own myth about the origin of the dream catcher, but most ethnic researchers believe that the “dreamer” originated and spread from Ojibwa to other neighborhoods through marriage. and trade. Dream catcher in Ojibwa is “asabikeshiinh” which means spider web. The webs were tightly woven like webs, covering the circle. While many cultures consider spiders to be creepy animals, Ojibwa consider spiders to be a symbol of protection, protection and comfort.
Dream catcher for Ojibwa people, they have the power as the magicians to help protect sleeping people, usually children, from bad dreams and nightmares.
Native Americans believe the night sky is full of dreams, both good and bad. Hanging from a bed where the morning sunlight could reach, dreamcatcher sucked all its dreams and thoughts into its network. Good dreams come through, gently sliding down the feather into mind to comfort the sleeper below. Bad dreams, caught up in a protective net and burned away as the morning sun shone through.
There is another myth that dreamcatcher not only protects dreams but also helps us to listen to spiritual languages. And in the universe there are good and bad forces. If you listen to the good forces you will be on the right track. If you listen to bad forces, you may go in the wrong direction and hurt yourself. The net is a perfect circle with a hole in the middle. It is used to help people achieve their goals, make good use of their ideas, dreams and visions. If you believe in spiritual spirit, the net will filter out your good ideas, bad things will be stuck and the sun will burn bad things.
It is said that the “dreamer” holds the destiny of the future. So, today dream catcher is not only used in decoration, but also used as a spiritual feng shui item with good meaning.
Collection dream catcher with falling feathers drawings
Today, Easy Draw Everything would like to share with you “dream catcher with falling feathers drawing” that I collected on the Internet. These dream catcher with falling feathers paintings are very beautiful and clear. These dreamcatcher with falling feathers pictures are drawn in many different styles. Hope you enjoy it!