Using a Dreamcatcher

A dreamcatcher isn't just a mobile - it can have a positive effect on the way we dream.
Dream catchers are a Native American tradition based on the belief that dreams are filled with meaning and purpose. Native Americans designed and employed dreamcatchers so that no vital message contained in their dreams would be lost.

The design of the dreamcatcher is a hoop with crystals, feathers and beads attached, joined to a web-like net with a hole in the center. It protects us from harm while we rest, catching good dreams as they pass by and getting rid of any bad dreams as they drop through the hole in the middle.

Hang your dreamcatcher from the ceiling above your bed, allowing your dreams to pass through.


At 6:58 PM, Blogger Sim Whitman said...

Your site continues to be an education. I'll be doing a blog piece on contacting my Guardian Angel soon, so I'll let you know how it goes.

PS: I had a dream last night that I was trying to write a blog about that night. Is there a dream theory of blogging yet?

At 7:29 PM, Blogger Spirita said...

Thank you for your compliments Sim. I look forward to read your post about contacting your Guardian Angel.
And, :)) there is no dream theory about blogging, not yet. If you dream about blogging maybe you have a little obsession with it.

At 7:39 PM, Blogger Sim Whitman said...

That's what I thinking! But, then again, maybe it's about identity control... You know, re-writing my life to portray myself in the best possible light. Or maybe it's about trying to make sense of the randomness of experience (especially when drinking in Sunderland...). Who knows? Thanks for your thoughts, anyway!


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