Let this dream catcher sift through your dreams and only let the good ones through!
* Allow your nightmares to escape, passing through the holes in the dream catcher and out of the window, harmlessly vanishing into the night.
* Get protection from bad dreams with this classic protective howling wolf dream catcher.
* Hang it on your door or over a window or from the ceiling to allow your unwanted dreams to disappear and leave you undisturbed.
* The design includes feathers attached to a hygienic plastic frame.
* Total length approximately 75cm.
Ok, wolves don't specifically howl just because the moon is out (otherwise they'd be quiet for some of the month) but we tend to think they do. In case you're interested, they howl to communicate with each other. But the idea that they howl at the moon is long established and this is a nice portrait of a wolf doing just that.
Dreams are weird. We all dream every night but remember few, if any, of our dreams.
Pleasant dreams are fantastic but unpleasant dreams can mean our sleep is disturbed and we don't rest properly.
Dream catchers are a Feng Shui concept and the idea is to place a dream catcher (plus maybe some crystals) above or near your bed.
Native Americans have long held the belief that the night air is full of dreams - both good and bad ones - and that a dream catcher acts as a filter, allowing the good dreams to pass though, sliding down the feathers into your body. The bad dreams don't know the way so they get tangled in the web of the dream catcher or the smaller, less threatening, dreams pass through the net, leaving you in peace.
Use your dream catcher as a charm to protect you while you're sleeping - children have vivid imaginations so if you weave a story about the dream catcher's ability to ward off evil dreams, there's a good chance they'll get more good dreams and stop waking themselves (and you!) in the middle of the night.
Stonham Large Howling Wolf Dream Catcher with Feathers - B091B5FW55G