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A long time ago, the Ojibwa people were guided by a nurturing and mystical Spider Woman. She served as the spiritual protector for the tribe.
As the Ojibwa tribe grew and migrated across the nation, the Spider Woman made dream catchers–wooden hoops with a web inside made of natural fibers to protect and nurture her tribe across the vast distances.
Dream Catchers were used at night during the dream time. Good dreams would pass through the web and gently side down the feather tassels to comfort the dreamer. Bad dreams would get caught in the protective net and were destroyed with the light of day.
It's believed that placing or weaving objects into the web amplifies the properties of those objects and calls them forth from the dream time to reality...
What dreams do you want to call into being?
Our healing dream catcher necklace features:
One length, 16" with a sterling silver extender allowing it to be worn up to 18"
Handcrafted by stay-at-home moms who earn a thriving wage. A percentage of your purchase will go to a non-profit that helps to support, encourage, and empower women.