Bamboo Dream Catcher
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    25.5 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

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

    A bamboo dream catcher that makes a lot of sense! Peacock feathers are very appreciated, but we already notice the number of branches, seven and especially not eight to avoid associating this animal with the spider and therefore avoid disrespecting it, it is very important to respect above all this Great Spirit!  

     Bamboo Dream Catcher: What you will benefit from it 

    The history of this ritual object has given us all a great lesson about the cycle of life. Thanks to it, you will avoid bad dreams that could deteriorate your nights but in addition, it will allow you through the dreams that it will send you to provide you with a sense of sacrifice that will be beneficial to you throughout your life. 

    Its bamboo structure is one of the elements that will be most useful for its use, this plant is a real symbol, we let you read its legend to understand it.  

     Bamboo Dream catcher : A father's love. 

    "Natane" which is pronounced "Niatané" is a female name of the Native American culture which means "my daughter". This dream catcher was conceived by a father of the Ojibwe tribe precisely for his daughter. This man was one of the few members (even very few) who did not really believe in the magic of dream catchers. He said that Asibikaashi, the spider woman was only a legend and that none of her mystical dials could burn bad dreams. 


    When his daughter couldn't sleep, he would rock her himself, his home was one of the few that didn't have a dream catcher. And this is the kind of behavior that is noticed in the tribe, so he was called a traitor dishonoring his people. 

    The chief told him that he would be sacrificed the next day. As the thing that mattered most to him was his daughter and that once dead, no one would be there to rock her when the sun went down, he decided to create this bamboo dream catcher ("precious" and significant material by not using the willow for the circle.) because he had nothing more to lose and everything to gain for his daughter. This catcher dreamed of watching over the nights of the orphan who did not spend a night without him.

    dream-catcher-dimension
    25.5 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

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

    A bamboo dream catcher that makes a lot of sense! Peacock feathers are very appreciated, but we already notice the number of branches, seven and especially not eight to avoid associating this animal with the spider and therefore avoid disrespecting it, it is very important to respect above all this Great Spirit!  

     Bamboo Dream Catcher: What you will benefit from it 

    The history of this ritual object has given us all a great lesson about the cycle of life. Thanks to it, you will avoid bad dreams that could deteriorate your nights but in addition, it will allow you through the dreams that it will send you to provide you with a sense of sacrifice that will be beneficial to you throughout your life. 

    Its bamboo structure is one of the elements that will be most useful for its use, this plant is a real symbol, we let you read its legend to understand it.  

     Bamboo Dream catcher : A father's love. 

    "Natane" which is pronounced "Niatané" is a female name of the Native American culture which means "my daughter". This dream catcher was conceived by a father of the Ojibwe tribe precisely for his daughter. This man was one of the few members (even very few) who did not really believe in the magic of dream catchers. He said that Asibikaashi, the spider woman was only a legend and that none of her mystical dials could burn bad dreams. 


    When his daughter couldn't sleep, he would rock her himself, his home was one of the few that didn't have a dream catcher. And this is the kind of behavior that is noticed in the tribe, so he was called a traitor dishonoring his people. 

    The chief told him that he would be sacrificed the next day. As the thing that mattered most to him was his daughter and that once dead, no one would be there to rock her when the sun went down, he decided to create this bamboo dream catcher ("precious" and significant material by not using the willow for the circle.) because he had nothing more to lose and everything to gain for his daughter. This catcher dreamed of watching over the nights of the orphan who did not spend a night without him.

    dream-catcher-ebook
    An Ebook worth 14.99$ Offered :
    3+1 SECRETS RULES TO HAVE AN INCREDIBLE LIFE WITH YOUR DREAM CATCHER !

    Contents of the book :

    • #1 How to multiply the effects of your dream catcher by 3 simply by placing it in this secret place!

    • #2 The mistake everyone makes that makes your dream catch ineffective and how to avoid it!

    • #3 The ONLY ancestral method used by the Ojibwe to maintain your dream catch!

    • #3+1 The ultimate dream catcher secret unveiled by an expert in the field!


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