It is supposed to catch evil dreams, according to Native American Cultures. “You can hang it right above the bed,” says Bernie.
Dream Catcher, also known as sacred hoop, is a handmade circular willow hoop within it is a thread web. Sometimes, sacred beads and feathers hang from the bottom of the hoop.
“What happens to good dreams?” I had to google for the answer.
Dream Catcher allows the good dreams to slide down on the sleeping people, especially children. The protective charm traps negative dreams, like insects caught in the spiderweb. The morning sunlight disposes of the bad dreams.
Larry had one hanging above the dashboard along with a crucifix dangling around it. ”Father, I want Christ to catch all my dreams.”
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