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MY SPIRIT IS SWALLOWED UP! WITH ONE WHO RUNS FREE...FOREVER WITH ME...HE SHALL BE...EATEN BY MY OWN WILL...TO BE...WILD AND FREE. ~VICKIE JAY THAYER~

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The Top 5 Ancient Legends About Dreams

Dream catchers are probably the most famous ancient dream legend nowadays. The legend of dream catchers goes back to the age of Native Americans. Back then it was believed that there was a spider woman who take care of children and people by making a spider web every morning. Because the spider woman cannot take care of everyone, the Native American people start building their own spider webs seeking for protection. The idea of spider webs then developed to be the dream catcher.

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#mandala #arttherapy "INDIANI D'AMERICA" Apache, Cherokee, Cheyenne e Sioux, Navajo, Irochesi e Algonchini… Le tribù degli Indiani d’America ci a ascinano non solo per la saggezza ma anche per il loro legame indissolubile con la natura e gli animali. Il loro ricco universo di simboli si esprime attraverso il corpo: tatuaggi, abiti in pelli dipinte, oggetti ornamentali di uso quotidiano. Entrate nel rituale degli Indiani d’America, riscoprendo i colori di un mondo intriso di spiritualità.

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da Sawdust City LLC

Cherokee Blessing - May the warm winds of heaven blow softly

Cherokee Blessing - May the warm winds of heaven blow softly upon your house. May the Great Spirit bless all who enter there. May your mocassins make happy tracks in many snows, and may the rainbow always touch your shoulder.

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Indian Dream Catcher Print

Indian Dream Catcher Print by MorgansCanvas on Etsy

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