Welcome Friend! I have thought of this project for quite awhile now and finally took the steps to make it a reality. I've always been fascinated by the Native American culture and their spiritual connections with the land and animals.
I bring you unique handmade items you will not find anywhere else. Offering customized items as well. I design dream catchers, medicine wheels, beautiful jewelry and various other items which serve aesthetically as well as a protection and well-being to its new owners.
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FEBRUARY 6, 2013
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All these dreamcatchers and medicine wheels are made with sinew, leather, feathers, metal and/or plastic beads and genuine protection stones (Rose Quartz, Turquoise, Topaz, Garnet, Amethyst, Green Peridot). Meanings of each stone is on the products page.
But most importantly, they are made with 100% love.
Dream catchers are one of the most fascinating traditions of Native Americans. The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams through. The positive dreams would slip through the hole in the center of the dream catcher, and glide down the feathers to the sleeping person below. The negative dreams would get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun struck them.
The dream catcher has been a part of Native American culture for generations. One element of Native American dream catcher relates to the tradition of the hoop. Some Native Americans of North America held the hoop in the highest esteem, because it symbolized strength and unity. Many symbols started around the hoop, and one of these symbols is the dream catcher.
Dream Catcher Lore:
Native Americans believe that the night air is filled with dreams both good and bad. The dream catcher when hung over or near your bed swinging freely in the air, catches the dreams as they flow by. The good dreams know how to pass through the dream catcher, slipping through the outer holes and slide down the soft feathers so gently that many times the sleeper does not know that he/she is dreaming. The bad dreams not knowing the way get tangled in the dream catcher and perish with the first light of the new day.
Information provided by: http://www.dream-catchers.org/
The Native American Medicine Wheel was used for various spiritual and ritual purposes, especially for healing almost any illness. Since it was believed that illness sprang from spiritual in balance, the focus of the healing was on treating the source of the problem, not the symptoms. As the medicine wheel focuses on balance of all things, it was thought this balance would help the spiritual in balance in the person who was sick.
The medicine wheel is an important symbol in Native culture. The circle represents the cycle of life in that all life travels in a circular path. The four spokes in the middle represent the four directions and the four faces of man (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual).
PROTECTION STONES IN THE DREAMCATCHERS:
Turquoise: Protection, Courage, Money, Love, Friendship, Healing, Luck
Green Peridot: Protection Health, Wealth, Sleep, Receives and transmits healing energy
Garnet (deep red-appears black): Protection for astral travel and nightmares
Amethyst (violet color): Protects homes and rooms
Amber/Topaz (smoky brown): A major healing and protection stone
Rose Quartz (light pink): Rose quartz can be helpful for dream recall and dream work, known as the love stone, a stone of unconditional love that opens the heart chakra to all forms of love, the strongest emotion we hold. Protecting you at your most vulnerable state, during sleep.
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