Do you believe in customs and traditions? Here is an age old tradition in Ojibwa tribe in practice. Ojibwa people do believe that dreams can be regulated by arranging a dream catcher at bed. Making use of dream catcher is an ancient practice that is continued in the present times.
You can prepare it by weaving twigs, sinew, and feathers. When an Ojibwa person uses it in sleep, the bad dreams get filtered out and the user will have cool dreams, pleasant and peaceful. Where do the bad dreams go? The bad dreams get caught in the net and they get released by the dawn. Should we believe in it? But the dream takes human mind to think over positive and develop healthy life, what do you say?
Legendry Story Still Rolls-out in Ojibwa Tribe
Infographic describes the belief that continues in the modern times, and the legend story associated with it. The dream-catcher is hung above the bed to scare away bad dreams of children from nightmares. Asibikaashi, spider women, took care of children and people of the land.
The kingdom spreads across the North America over time and Asibikaashi asked mothers and grandmothers to weave magical webs for the children by making use of willow hoops, sinew, or cordage made from plants. Know better about the spider webs by reading the infographics. The current infographic provides complete picture of legend and belief of people who are living in Ojibwa, North America and peep into simple steps involves in dream catcher.