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It is traditional, in some tribes, to put a feather in the center of
the dream catcher; it means breath, or air. It is essential for life.
A baby watching the air playing with the feather on her cradleboard
was entertained while also learning the importance of good air.

Dream catchers made of willow and sinew are for children, and they
are not meant to last. Eventually the willow dries out and the
tension of the sinew collapses the dream catcher. That's supposed
to happen. It belies the temporary-ness of youth. Adults should
use dream catchers of woven fiber which is made up to reflect
their adult dreams. It is also customary in many parts of Canada
and the Northeastern U.S. to have the dream catchers be a tear-
drop/snow shoe shape.

"The web is a perfect circle with a hole in the center...
If you believe in the great spirit, the web will catch your
good ideas and the bad ones will go through the hole."

(Shown: 2 medium and 1 small.)
Small $7.79 || Medium $15.79 || Large $21.79



A Medicine Wheel is made of stones. There were about 20,000 medicine
wheels in North America, before the Europeans came. Medicine wheels
are places for energy and healing, teaching and understanding. They
are used for times of reflecting on life, and for joyous celebrations.

The Medicine Wheel represents all of creation. all races of people,
animals, birds, fish, insects, trees,and stones, the sun, moon and
earth are in the circle of the medicine wheel. Each stone tells part
of the story. The circle is all of the cycles of nature, day and
night, seasons, moons, life cycles, and orbits of the moon and planets.



A beautiful compliment to every hair color.
In the circle commune, only the bearer of the talking stick, may speak.


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