DreamWeaving: Creating Your Own Dreamcatcher
Native American culture believes the night air is full with dreams, both good and bad. When hung near your bed, swinging freely, the dreamcatcher absorbs those dreams as they flow by. The positive dreams slip through the hole in the center to the person below, while the negative dreams get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun strike. Come craft away your nightmares with Wadulisi Woman (where, when, etc) by learning more about the sacred traditions of the dreamcatcher, a protector and curator of your dreams, and the symbolism and magical properties of the supplies used in the creation of your personal Dreamweaving.
In this class you will be lead through the Dream Weaving traditions and learn to create you very own personal Dream Catcher. The class will begin with a talk of the sacred traditions, then a walk through of the supplies while explaining the magical and healing properties of each, as well as the symbolism.
Supplies ar provided:
the teacher’s personl hand-floral-dyed ribbon,
misc fabrics, feathers
**any personal items (charms, heirlooms, crystals, etc) are encouraged to be brought by students to activate the energies in your dreamcatcher.**