The Legend of The Dream Catcher
Ojibway tradition states that as the night falls, dreams begin to fill the air that surrounds us. The dreams you have are determined by a number of factors including chance. Some dreams are meant for a particular person. For these dreams, a Dream Catcher is of no defense. However, a Dream Catcher can protect the owner from nightmares that float haphazardly about the night sky. Good dreams will follow the stones and flow through the centre of the web into the one sleeping. The bad dreams perish in the heat of the morning sun, never to be dreamt by anyone again. The good dreams will pass back and forth though the center so they can be dreamt again another night.
Cherish the Dream Catcher and treat it with the same honor and respect that you give to all of your guardians.