In ancient cultures dreamcatchers were hung over the beds of sleeping infants, ideally where they would be exposed to the light of the morning sun. It is believed that the web attracts and catches thoughts and dreams. Any bad dreams would be trapped in the web and dissolve with the morning light. Good dreams were thought to pass through the holes in the web and gracefully slide down the feathers that hung from the dreamcatcher, to bless and comfort the sleeping child below.
Hanging the dreamcatcher at your Blessingway will also infuse it with the positive energy and love of the celebration.
Length from top of ring to bottom of feathers: 60cm
White feathers with gold handpainted detailing