Indian Dream Catcher
"Ozalee"

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    29.5 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

    (Ditto for the color, which can also vary slightly) 

    A most traditional Indian dream catcher in which we find the most distinctive and significant signs for Native American cultures, the number of branches inside the main hoop, eight, as well as the number of legs in spiders. 

     Indian Dream Catcher: The benefits

     
    The particularity of this dream catcher is entrusted to him by the experience that this model had, indeed, when it was first realized, it served to relieve the suffering of the exclusion of a child by others. It will not help you to integrate into a group, but it will be much easier thanks to it not living serenely even if you are not very surrounded, you will enjoy more of what you have.

     
    But apart from that, it remains very effective in helping you to spend peaceful nights. It remains a classic and will protect your sleep in order to free your mind from bad waves.   

     Indian Dream Catcher: Maternal instinct 

    "Ozalee" is a very controversial Ojibwa word because it means "angel", a word that is not originally part of their cultures because their beliefs relate to great spirits and totemic animals such as the spider and its dream catchers, the stag, the spirit of nature or even the water and rivers that are its blood and veins. 

    Nevertheless, this word was accepted by the tribe as part of the story we are about to tell you. Originally, it was a team of explorers who simply found a child at sunrise when he was on a mission. 

    This child was a girl under three years old who was lost. A Western child probably of Spanish origin because the only thing he knew about him was his name on a bracelet, "Angel", in the tribe, a woman could read Spanish, she had studied Spanish culture and had become the translator of the village. 

    When she announced the child's name, the people divided into two camps, those who wanted to keep him and educate him (he was still a child) and those who were in favor of abandoning him (the enemy's child). After lengthy discussions, the chief decided to grant him a favor and keep him, but on one condition, that he be given a name of Native American origin

    "Ozalee" was the best possible translation. This little boy's childhood was not easy because he was rejected by half the village even though he learned all the codes of this culture perfectly. When asked how he managed to hold on, he says it was thanks to this Indian dream catcher that only gave him dreams of hope.

    taille-attrape-reve

    29.5 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

    (Ditto for the color, which can also vary slightly) 

    A most traditional Indian dream catcher in which we find the most distinctive and significant signs for Native American cultures, the number of branches inside the main hoop, eight, as well as the number of legs in spiders. 

     Indian Dream Catcher: The benefits

     
    The particularity of this dream catcher is entrusted to him by the experience that this model had, indeed, when it was first realized, it served to relieve the suffering of the exclusion of a child by others. It will not help you to integrate into a group, but it will be much easier thanks to it not living serenely even if you are not very surrounded, you will enjoy more of what you have.

     
    But apart from that, it remains very effective in helping you to spend peaceful nights. It remains a classic and will protect your sleep in order to free your mind from bad waves.   

     Indian Dream Catcher: Maternal instinct 

    "Ozalee" is a very controversial Ojibwa word because it means "angel", a word that is not originally part of their cultures because their beliefs relate to great spirits and totemic animals such as the spider and its dream catchers, the stag, the spirit of nature or even the water and rivers that are its blood and veins. 

    Nevertheless, this word was accepted by the tribe as part of the story we are about to tell you. Originally, it was a team of explorers who simply found a child at sunrise when he was on a mission. 

    This child was a girl under three years old who was lost. A Western child probably of Spanish origin because the only thing he knew about him was his name on a bracelet, "Angel", in the tribe, a woman could read Spanish, she had studied Spanish culture and had become the translator of the village. 

    When she announced the child's name, the people divided into two camps, those who wanted to keep him and educate him (he was still a child) and those who were in favor of abandoning him (the enemy's child). After lengthy discussions, the chief decided to grant him a favor and keep him, but on one condition, that he be given a name of Native American origin

    "Ozalee" was the best possible translation. This little boy's childhood was not easy because he was rejected by half the village even though he learned all the codes of this culture perfectly. When asked how he managed to hold on, he says it was thanks to this Indian dream catcher that only gave him dreams of hope.


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