Handcrafted Dream Catcher
"Pelipa"

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

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

    A Handcrafted Dream Catcher for spirits seeking wisdom, among the Lakota, it is especially the old warriors who used them to make dreams that pushed them to think in humble leadership and hope to have the place one day as tribal leaders. 

    Handcrafted Dream Catcher: What you will get 

    Its heart-warming story has given it a particular ability to provide you with dreams that will encourage you to be humble towards yourself and others and therefore to face your future challenges with greater wisdom. 

    Its stone in the center is not part of the filter constituted by the woven cloth, but it will still give more chances to bad dreams to reach your mind during your sleep.  

    Handcrafted Dream Catcher: love at a racing pace

     

    "Pelipa" means in love with horses, in the Native American culture and at that time, horses were the fastest means of transportation that existed, so it was ubiquitous in these people's lives. 

    This dream catcher is the work of a woman from the Lakota tribe. She was in love with a man from the Ojibwe tribe, another "rival" tribe that used to use dream catchers. One day, she learned through a scout from her tribe that the Ojibwe had sent fighters to their territory and that he had to be defended, so without thinking, the Lakota sent warriors on horseback. 

    Very anxious at the thought that warriors of the two tribes were fighting and that the man she loved was dying, she decided to steal a horse and go for it to find this man. Unfortunately, at night it was very hard to find your way around and progress. As she went "without thinking", she forgot her handmade dream catcher and decided to make one for the night. 

    The next day, she galloped again and unfortunately found the man she was looking for dead. Destroyed, she abandoned her horse with all her belongings and let herself die in the forest. The horse found its way back, the people understood what had happened and named the dream catcher he had found "Pelipa" in reference to the only friend it had left, his horse.

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

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

    A Handcrafted Dream Catcher for spirits seeking wisdom, among the Lakota, it is especially the old warriors who used them to make dreams that pushed them to think in humble leadership and hope to have the place one day as tribal leaders. 

    Handcrafted Dream Catcher: What you will get 

    Its heart-warming story has given it a particular ability to provide you with dreams that will encourage you to be humble towards yourself and others and therefore to face your future challenges with greater wisdom. 

    Its stone in the center is not part of the filter constituted by the woven cloth, but it will still give more chances to bad dreams to reach your mind during your sleep.  

    Handcrafted Dream Catcher: love at a racing pace

     

    "Pelipa" means in love with horses, in the Native American culture and at that time, horses were the fastest means of transportation that existed, so it was ubiquitous in these people's lives. 

    This dream catcher is the work of a woman from the Lakota tribe. She was in love with a man from the Ojibwe tribe, another "rival" tribe that used to use dream catchers. One day, she learned through a scout from her tribe that the Ojibwe had sent fighters to their territory and that he had to be defended, so without thinking, the Lakota sent warriors on horseback. 

    Very anxious at the thought that warriors of the two tribes were fighting and that the man she loved was dying, she decided to steal a horse and go for it to find this man. Unfortunately, at night it was very hard to find your way around and progress. As she went "without thinking", she forgot her handmade dream catcher and decided to make one for the night. 

    The next day, she galloped again and unfortunately found the man she was looking for dead. Destroyed, she abandoned her horse with all her belongings and let herself die in the forest. The horse found its way back, the people understood what had happened and named the dream catcher he had found "Pelipa" in reference to the only friend it had left, his horse.


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