Add a chic and bohemian touch to your stay and reveal your true nature with the help of your Native Dream Catcher! Introducing your Native Dream Catcher, a cherished embodiment of Native American heritage, spirituality, and the power of dreams. Handcrafted with profound respect and care, this Native Dream Catcher stands as a sacred symbol and guardian of your slumber.
Details of the Native Dream catcher
Hand woven : Soft cotton yarn
Organic Material: Eco-friendly ♻️
Thong: Lightweight and Durable
Assorted feathers, safe for health
Ornaments : Brown and black non-toxic beads
Dimension :53 cm
Who were The Native ?
The term "Natives" typically refers to the indigenous peoples of the Americas, often collectively referred to as Native Americans or American Indians. These diverse groups of indigenous people inhabited the Americas long before the arrival of European explorers and settlers. Here's an overview of who the Natives were:
Diverse Cultures and Tribes
Native Americans were not a single, homogeneous group but rather a collection of distinct cultures, languages, and tribes. There were hundreds of indigenous tribes in North America alone, each with its own unique customs, languages, and ways of life. Some well-known tribes include the Cherokee, Navajo, Sioux, Apache, Iroquois, Ojibwas and many others.
Spirituality and Beliefs
Native American spirituality varied among tribes, but common elements included a belief in the interconnectedness of all living things, reverence for nature and the land, and the importance of rituals and ceremonies. Spiritual leaders, such as shamans, played vital roles in guiding their communities.