Peacock Dream Catcher
"Tadi"

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

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

     

    This peacock dream catcher is one of the most subtle we have discovered, the peacock is an animal appreciated by Amerindian cultures, but despite this, it is important to avoid mixing the minds of other animals with that of the spider which is represented in the dream catchers. We will explain to you why.  

     Peacock Dream Catcher: The benefits

     

    This dream catcher by its history, has a strong symbolism towards the weather and especially the wind. It will be more effective in gusting weather but will help you benefit from the clemency of the weather, bringing rain when you really need it. 

    Peacock feathers were very rare and truly added value in terms of bad dreams storage. until the early hours of the morning. 


     Peacock Dream Catcher: The peacock's gusts

     

    "Tadi" corresponds to the wind in Ojibwa, as you probably know, but in this culture, there is great importance that is given to nature and especially to the great minds that animate it. And this is the case with the wind.

     

    And when it comes to dealing with spirits, you have to be very careful, you shouldn't mix the signs between several totem animals, knowing that the dream catchers symbolize above all the spider web.

     

    The story of this peacock dream catcher goes back to a time when tribes were at the mercy of storms, the wind being a whole spirit, it is impossible to revolt against the gusts as an Ojibwe, culturally it is impossible. Nevertheless, it was necessary to calm this weather down which was becoming more and more critical. And one morning, it was a tribe explorer (a man in charge of discovering new territories) who came back with something amazing, peacock feathers, something very hard to get at the time as they came from India. 

    Without thinking, they were used to make this peacock dream catcher come true. That very night, the wind gusts stopped, they deduced that the peacock feathers were assimilated to the wind.

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

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

     

    This peacock dream catcher is one of the most subtle we have discovered, the peacock is an animal appreciated by Amerindian cultures, but despite this, it is important to avoid mixing the minds of other animals with that of the spider which is represented in the dream catchers. We will explain to you why.  

     Peacock Dream Catcher: The benefits

     

    This dream catcher by its history, has a strong symbolism towards the weather and especially the wind. It will be more effective in gusting weather but will help you benefit from the clemency of the weather, bringing rain when you really need it. 

    Peacock feathers were very rare and truly added value in terms of bad dreams storage. until the early hours of the morning. 


     Peacock Dream Catcher: The peacock's gusts

     

    "Tadi" corresponds to the wind in Ojibwa, as you probably know, but in this culture, there is great importance that is given to nature and especially to the great minds that animate it. And this is the case with the wind.

     

    And when it comes to dealing with spirits, you have to be very careful, you shouldn't mix the signs between several totem animals, knowing that the dream catchers symbolize above all the spider web.

     

    The story of this peacock dream catcher goes back to a time when tribes were at the mercy of storms, the wind being a whole spirit, it is impossible to revolt against the gusts as an Ojibwe, culturally it is impossible. Nevertheless, it was necessary to calm this weather down which was becoming more and more critical. And one morning, it was a tribe explorer (a man in charge of discovering new territories) who came back with something amazing, peacock feathers, something very hard to get at the time as they came from India. 

    Without thinking, they were used to make this peacock dream catcher come true. That very night, the wind gusts stopped, they deduced that the peacock feathers were assimilated to the wind.


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