What Are Dream Catchers?
Why do dream catchers have beads? Why do dream catchers have feathers?
I'm no expert, but what I think I know (and I could be wrong) is this:
A dream catcher is a native american decoration created to protect people from nightmares & to facilitate good dreams.
The beads represent bad dreams being caught or trapped by the dream catcher while the feathers help transport you from the physical to the dream world...
at least that's what the people around me have said, and it made sense to me so I never really questioned it. Maybe I'm wrong and someone else has a better answer.
All I know is that they are pretty, fun to make, they are great gifts to give, and at least for my family ~ they work!
by ALFRED FOX 13 months ago
Do Dream Catchers actually work, because my nightmares started when I bought one?
by Peeples 6 years ago
Is there a way of stopping dreams about someone else when you're married?I am having dreams about someone from my teen years. I was never in a relationship with him but in my dreams I always am. I wake up feeling guilty. How do I stop having these dreams? I always wake up remembering every detail...
by InfoFinder 6 years ago
What are Dream Catchers?What are these really, and do they work?
by lyricsingray 8 years ago
Anybody want to share a "sleep" dream or nightmare? Then have it analyzed?I have a continuous dream of being chased by a bear in the forest and then my legs stop working and I wake up.Now the person below you has to analyze your dreamThen share a dream of their own.Here we go either...
by kanwal.mansoor 7 years ago
for me its a connection between God he shows us ways in dreams!
by Dave Rogers 6 years ago
What causes nightmares?I have been having nightmares which has been ongoing for some time now, and I am just curious what is causing it and if there is a way to fix it. I do not watch horror movies nor had any bad experience lately.
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