Adopted by Native Americans the Dreamcatcher has for centuries been a symbol of unity among various Indian Nations and a general symbol of identity with Native Americans and First Nations cultures. The Dreamcatcher was used to protect sleeping people from nightmares. Many Ojibwa cultures believe that the dreamcatcher will actually change people's dreams allowing only good dreams to filter through.
The bead bracelet has been a symbol of peace, tranquility and happiness for generations. While the accessory has kept its spiritual meaning the design has undergone a makeover worthy of any high-end designer.
The unisex DreamCatcher KikiBalla incorporates the Native American lore and tradition of handmade and bead-adorned dream snares to protect the wearer from nightmares and unpleasant dreamscapes. It is believed that a dreamcatcher can modify one's sleeping state to allow only positive dreams to pass through, while catching and later destroying negative ones.
Hand-woven with tan colored strand, the DreamCatcher Kikiballa currently comes in Pink Glass Crystal, Red Glass Crystal, Purple Glass Crystal, Black Glass Crystal or Brilliant White Crystal.
May all your positive dreams be at your fingertips.