What are dream catchers? The following description is from PowWows.com.
In many Native American tribes, a dream catcher is a handmade willow hoop woven to a web or literally, a net. A dream catcher also includes such features as feathers and beads. They are traditionally suspended on cradles as a form of armor and protection.
I use to have one hanging over my bed. I considered it a protection against nightmares. Who wouldn't want to have only sweet dreams? But, if you think about it, life is a mixture of nightmares and sweet dreams. We need both to have balance in our our lives.
There have been reports that during this pandemic, we are dreaming more. I believe it! There is so much new, unpleasant, and unexpected stuff happening now, our brains are on overload.
Have you ever tried interpreting your dreams? I have a dream dictionary that gives the meanings behind certain visions we have in our dreams. What you think is a deep, dark pit full of snakes, may represent something completely different. Our brain is an amazing machine and I tend to think when we are dreaming, it is just trying to connect the lose dots of our lives.
Next time you wake up from a dream, write it down and see if you can connect some dots. You may just find an answer you've been searching for.