Our truest life is when we are in our dreams awake.
Henry David Thoreau
About Our 'Dreamcatcher' Design
The American Ojibwe tribe hang dreamcatchers above their sleeping infants to filter good dreams from bad. Bad dreams are trapped in the web, while good dreams trickle down hanging feathers and beads to soothe the sleeping mind. In the first rays of morning light, bad dreams disappear and the child wakes from a good sleep.
Incorporating mindfulness into your practice can alter your sense of self and help bring perspective. Building on positive experiences can improve your quality of life and help you live with greater freedom, compassion and creativity. So, like the Ojibwe, open your mind to good dreams and let the bad fall behind you at the start of each day.