Dream Catchers. Known for catching all the nightmares, bad thoughts and feelings; they're nothing less than super powers that come in the form of tiny little beautiful things. Instead of remembering the bad dreams, you can simply wake up without even having the fair feeling of their existence and live the day happily. However, there's no scientific explanation or proof saying that the dream catchers actually work or what they are made for, but we see many people decorating their bedrooms and homes with them and apparently getting the required help from them.
Here are 5 reasons why I recommend everyone have a dream catcher in their bedroom..
Many of us are victims of Insomnia (either mild or severe) at one point in our lives or the other. While the major reason is stress, some of us suffer from bad thoughts and nightmares. There have been reports of many people having suffered from bad dreams and feeling peaceful by placing a simple dream catcher over their bed in their bedroom. A lot of people even bring dream catchers on vacation or while they're going away to a relative's place just to avoid having sleepless nights.
The Web is a Treasure
A dream catcher is usually circular in shape with the web inside it that is known to catch all the bad dreams and bad thoughts. If at all the web is broken or ripped; it is believed that all the dreams that are caught in it will be released to your mind and will suffocate you all over again while you're sleeping. Therefore, it is important to treat the web as if it's a treasure that you don't want to lose.
Good Dreams and Bad Dreams
Others decipher the dream catcher's capacity in an unexpected way. Some accept that awful thoughts go through the gaps in the web and exit out through the window. The great dreams, then again, get stuck in the web and slide down the dots and plume to your brain. Nevertheless, dream catchers are accepted to work, their basic significance and imagery continue as before. They fill a defensive need. The individuals who have faith in them feel that they go about as a channel for dreams, guiding the great dreams to the sleeper and diverting the terrible dreams away.
Traditional Dream Catchers
Traditional Dream Catchers are usually made of eight points where the web is attached to the hop. These 8 different points depict the legs of the spider which symbolizes learning, energy and wisdom. Dream catchers have a broad meaning for Native Americans. If you saw Inception, then you know they believe that these dream catchers are totems that neutralize the good and bad energy.
Charms and Decorative Elements for Your Children's Bedroom
Dream Catchers are usually hung over the beds of the children to keep them away from the evil spirits and bad influences. Also, when chosen specifically, they add beauty to the interior of any bedroom as well (when exclusively chosen with the color theme of the interior).