Pink Dream Catcher
"Kachina"

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

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

    This Pink Dream Catcher has a very special story, it was first woven by a dancer from outside the tribe, when the Ojibwe noticed it, they were surprised and what is most amazing is that this dancer and her creation were accepted by the community! 

    Pink Dream Catcher: Why your child needs it 

    This dream catcher not only has the ability to make your daughter's nights more peaceful, but it will also give her astonishing self-confidence and a certain sensitivity in the areas she appreciates, which will give her real talent in the long term. 

    And besides that, it will be more than just a decorative object since it will really bring life to your daughter's bedroom, which is what a child needs most (a living universe).  

    Pink Dream Catcher: A woman's success

      

    "Kachina" can hardly be translated literally, but it has in North American native cultures where the meaning would be "sacred dancer". With such a significant name, you know that she will be the subject of the story of this dream catcher, a woman who particularly loved to dance. 

    It is important to know that in a tribe like the Ojibwe, there are two types of dances, one during rituals, and the other recreational dance where you let yourself be carried away by the sound and where you give yourself a show. Well, in both cases, whether dancing around our totemic animal or near a loved one, we dance for the Great Spirits. In this tribe, "Kachina" (a woman still famous in her culture today) was simply considered the best dancer the people had ever had. 

    And when asked where her talent came from, she replied that she was simply expressing the dreams that her dream catcher sent her during the night. Legend has shown us that the great interest of this mystical object is that it allows dreams to be filtered so well that by expressing them, we would become, if not immediately but in a fairly short time, the best in our field. 

    To be honest, I use this dream catcher myself and it is thanks to its legend that I was able to travel all over these lands to meet the Ojibwe and their legends.

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

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

    This Pink Dream Catcher has a very special story, it was first woven by a dancer from outside the tribe, when the Ojibwe noticed it, they were surprised and what is most amazing is that this dancer and her creation were accepted by the community! 

    Pink Dream Catcher: Why your child needs it 

    This dream catcher not only has the ability to make your daughter's nights more peaceful, but it will also give her astonishing self-confidence and a certain sensitivity in the areas she appreciates, which will give her real talent in the long term. 

    And besides that, it will be more than just a decorative object since it will really bring life to your daughter's bedroom, which is what a child needs most (a living universe).  

    Pink Dream Catcher: A woman's success

      

    "Kachina" can hardly be translated literally, but it has in North American native cultures where the meaning would be "sacred dancer". With such a significant name, you know that she will be the subject of the story of this dream catcher, a woman who particularly loved to dance. 

    It is important to know that in a tribe like the Ojibwe, there are two types of dances, one during rituals, and the other recreational dance where you let yourself be carried away by the sound and where you give yourself a show. Well, in both cases, whether dancing around our totemic animal or near a loved one, we dance for the Great Spirits. In this tribe, "Kachina" (a woman still famous in her culture today) was simply considered the best dancer the people had ever had. 

    And when asked where her talent came from, she replied that she was simply expressing the dreams that her dream catcher sent her during the night. Legend has shown us that the great interest of this mystical object is that it allows dreams to be filtered so well that by expressing them, we would become, if not immediately but in a fairly short time, the best in our field. 

    To be honest, I use this dream catcher myself and it is thanks to its legend that I was able to travel all over these lands to meet the Ojibwe and their legends.


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