Some dream catchers are based on Native American tradition of having a symbolic web over a sleeping person to protect them from bad dreams. Nightmares are caught within the web. And the good dreams, which are floating in the air, are also caught and become part of the web. The dream catcher traps the nightmares until they perish with the new light of day, and the good dreams, as well as the healing power of the spirit animal, flows down to the person below. Dream Catchers Series
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Dream Catcher
Spirit Of The Wild
Africa
Beauty In Nature
Horses
Language Of Flowers
LoveBirds
Women
Hunks
Passion
Special Pets
Fantasy
Hats
Holiday
Moods
Photography
Healing
Patriotic
Wild Eyes
Flowers In Fancy Vases
Organica
Story Art
Brigittes Roses
Bloomies
DC Spirit Of The Owl DC Spirit Of The White Baffalo DC Spirit Of The Brown Baffalo DC Spirit Of The Black Bear
DC Spirit Of The Deer DC Spirit Of The White Deer DC Spirit Of The Elk DC Autumn Deer
DC Spirit Of The Red Fox DC Freedoms Flight DC Spirit Horses DC Wolf Land
DC Midnight Spirit DC The White Raven DC Spirit Of The Moose Rainbow Dreams
Spirit Of The Butterfly Spirit Of The Dragonfly Wind Dancer Dreams Of peace
DC Spirit Birds DC Wolf Dreams White Eagle Dreams White Eagle Dreams Two
Freedom Lives Wolf-Dreams Of Peace Heart Of A Wolf Falcon Dreams
DC Wolf Spirits DC Three Eagles DC Eagle Red White Blue Raven Dreams
Heart Of A Wolf 3 Heart Of A Wolf 4 Heart Of A Wolf 2

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