Black Dream Catcher
"Meika"

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

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

    This is a Black Dream Catcher most representative of "asabikeshiinh", the spider in Ojibwa, the great subtlety is actually found in the placement of  the black feathers that participate in the representation of the spider.  

    Black Dream Catcher: What you will get 

    This dream catcher is a heavy story in the sense that gives it the ability to help you strengthen your family ties with your parents, children and siblings. 

    But that's not all, it is still able to fulfill its main function which is simply to capture bad dreams and other negative waves present in your room during the night to burn them in daylight. 

    Black Dream Catcher: The passion of an older sister 

    "Meika" literally means the first born girl, we can translate it as the eldest. The story of this dream catcher is quite moving because it is a gift from an older sister to her younger sister. It was first created by a young girl about to become a woman. At this age, there are certain rituals to perform in order to become a woman in these tribes.

     

    These "exams" do not allow you to be taken again, either you become a woman or you will be excluded from the village (which means dying because it is very hard to survive alone at this time in these conditions). Then she had to do so and answer her leader's questions, when the time came, when the session was over, the leader judged that it was not even worthwhile to proceed further, she had completely failed and was going to be excluded. She only had one night left with her family... 

    Her little sister cried all night long, and to comfort her, the eldest made this dream catcher with very significant colors, black for ardor (according to the Ojibwe). At sunrise, she had to leave her home forever and leave only the proof of infinite love to her little sister. His younger sister then decided to call it "Meika" in reference to her older sister.

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

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

    This is a Black Dream Catcher most representative of "asabikeshiinh", the spider in Ojibwa, the great subtlety is actually found in the placement of  the black feathers that participate in the representation of the spider.  

    Black Dream Catcher: What you will get 

    This dream catcher is a heavy story in the sense that gives it the ability to help you strengthen your family ties with your parents, children and siblings. 

    But that's not all, it is still able to fulfill its main function which is simply to capture bad dreams and other negative waves present in your room during the night to burn them in daylight. 

    Black Dream Catcher: The passion of an older sister 

    "Meika" literally means the first born girl, we can translate it as the eldest. The story of this dream catcher is quite moving because it is a gift from an older sister to her younger sister. It was first created by a young girl about to become a woman. At this age, there are certain rituals to perform in order to become a woman in these tribes.

     

    These "exams" do not allow you to be taken again, either you become a woman or you will be excluded from the village (which means dying because it is very hard to survive alone at this time in these conditions). Then she had to do so and answer her leader's questions, when the time came, when the session was over, the leader judged that it was not even worthwhile to proceed further, she had completely failed and was going to be excluded. She only had one night left with her family... 

    Her little sister cried all night long, and to comfort her, the eldest made this dream catcher with very significant colors, black for ardor (according to the Ojibwe). At sunrise, she had to leave her home forever and leave only the proof of infinite love to her little sister. His younger sister then decided to call it "Meika" in reference to her older sister.


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