Pink Dream Catcher
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    29.5 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 Pink Dream Catcher with a particular story because its first conception is still quite recent. In North America, tribes have always considered pink as the color of the nativity and is therefore reserved for children, except that it is very difficult to obtain this color in a sustainable way because it very often tarnishes towards brown.   

     Pink Dream Catcher: The benefits 
    This dream catcher was forged by the story of its realization ( which we invite you to read below), it will inspire you to be resourceful and will push you to find solutions when the situation begins to become difficult. 


    But besides that, there is still a classic dream catcher that will perfectly fulfill its functions as a purifier of bad dreams during the night, which will prevent you from charging yourself with negative waves. 

    ⇨ Pink Dream Catcher: A rite in the mountains 

    "Zaltana" in the Ojibwa language means "high mountains", and it is not for nothing that it has that name. You probably already know where it was created. Knowing that mountains are a place related to the concept of hard work for Native Americans. It was indeed done for the first time in the high, but especially very cold, mountains of Winnipeg. 

    Originally, however, this dream catcher was not pink, but rather pale red, a pigment they managed to create thanks to a flower that grows easily in its mountains. It was carried out by a squad of Ojibwe explorers on the eve of a ritual they were forced to do even though they were far from their tribe in order to honour the spirit of nature. 

    For this rite, it was necessary to have a dream catcher of colors, because no other way to honor the totem animal (during our trip we did not succeed in knowing what animal it was, you have to be an Ojibwe native to have access to this information). 

    However, we know that this ritual requires a colorful dream catcher. Unfortunately, at this altitude, it was quite difficult to get pigments, so when they came back with the dream catcher, the whole tribe was pleasantly surprised by their work.

    dream-catcher-dimension
    29.5 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 Pink Dream Catcher with a particular story because its first conception is still quite recent. In North America, tribes have always considered pink as the color of the nativity and is therefore reserved for children, except that it is very difficult to obtain this color in a sustainable way because it very often tarnishes towards brown.   

     Pink Dream Catcher: The benefits 
    This dream catcher was forged by the story of its realization ( which we invite you to read below), it will inspire you to be resourceful and will push you to find solutions when the situation begins to become difficult. 


    But besides that, there is still a classic dream catcher that will perfectly fulfill its functions as a purifier of bad dreams during the night, which will prevent you from charging yourself with negative waves. 

    ⇨ Pink Dream Catcher: A rite in the mountains 

    "Zaltana" in the Ojibwa language means "high mountains", and it is not for nothing that it has that name. You probably already know where it was created. Knowing that mountains are a place related to the concept of hard work for Native Americans. It was indeed done for the first time in the high, but especially very cold, mountains of Winnipeg. 

    Originally, however, this dream catcher was not pink, but rather pale red, a pigment they managed to create thanks to a flower that grows easily in its mountains. It was carried out by a squad of Ojibwe explorers on the eve of a ritual they were forced to do even though they were far from their tribe in order to honour the spirit of nature. 

    For this rite, it was necessary to have a dream catcher of colors, because no other way to honor the totem animal (during our trip we did not succeed in knowing what animal it was, you have to be an Ojibwe native to have access to this information). 

    However, we know that this ritual requires a colorful dream catcher. Unfortunately, at this altitude, it was quite difficult to get pigments, so when they came back with the dream catcher, the whole tribe was pleasantly surprised by their work.

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    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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