This summer while taking a casual walk along the beach, I bought one blue dreamcatcher. I like it a lot and I hang it on the bedroom window. :) Then I said why to not paint one by myself , the symbolic meaning, the sacred geometry and numerology are my source of inspiration ?
Dreamcatchers originate with and are used by Native American Indians. Today they are also promoted as a spiritual tool within the New Age Movement and are popular in mainstream society as a craft and an in-home decoration.
Believed to be sacred objects, dreamcatchers bless those with pleasant dreams, good luck, and harmony throughout their lives. Native cultures also believe that a good and easy nights sleep will allow the dreamer to remember messages and visions from the higher spirit.
The dreamcatchers are usually hung in windows or above beds. The legend of the Dreamcatcher is that it attracts the good dreams while catching in the center web, the bad.
The good Spirit dreams float down the sacred feather into the psyche of the dreamer while the bad spirit dreams are held in the center web and burn off in the first light of the sun.
The dreamcatcher is rich in symbolism, with almost every part having meaning.
The circular shape of the dreamcatcher represents the circle of life, with no beginning and no end. This is significant to many Native Americans because they believe that death is a part of life and that the Spirit lives on.
The hoop of Dreamcatcher Hamsa Hand with Evil Eye has a Golden Ratio Stars Pattern associated with the night, based on number 10.
Number 10 is the symbol of Love and Light. Number 10 is the symbol of ‘wholeness’ – humanity, number 1 and number 0 – the gift of power and protection.
Hamsa Hand and Evil Eye is also a protective symbol.
Dream catchers were given to new born and or hung on an infant’s cradle board for good dreams. The larger sizes were hung in lodges, for all to have good dreams. It is never too late to acquire a dream catcher.
If you received a dreamcatcher you have received an object that represents the 4 elements of life. Earth, Water, Fire and Air, all the things necessary to sustain life.
May you have a happy, dreamful life with this dream catcher and good Karma.
Never stop dreaming…Your dreams are what can get you through even the worst days. If you are struggling, your dreams are your reason to keep going. They are why you wake up in the morning and try again. They are what makes your entire life worth living. Without our dreams, we are nothing.
If you decide to go and follow your dreams, you will give hope to others who want to do the same. No one else is going to pursue your dreams for you.
Protect your dreams and remember always:
Following our dreams keeps our soul alive...
Peace and Beautiful Dreams Souls,
I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.