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Product code: 30039 - Dreamcatcher Tiger Eye Beads Spiral Web Brown (each)

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Dreamcatcher Tiger Eye Beads Spiral Web Brown (each) UPC: 886354300399
Length in Inches: 25
Diameter in Inches: 8.5
Unit: each
Made Of: feather
Made In: Bali
Element Meaning: Tiger Eye is a grounding Stone, enhance integrity, willpower, and correct use of power. When we are empowered it is easier to make our own decision, letting go of the past to move toward new beginnings.
Warning: Our dreamcatchers are not Native American made.
This dream-catcher is made in natural tone leather. Its web has been weaved to resemble a spiral, which has been detailed with tiger-eye stones. Colorful beads and genuine feathers complete the design.
Dream catchers are an ancient spiritual tool used to protect the sleeper from bad dreams. A dream catcher should be hung over the place you sleep and where the morning light can hit it. All dreams will then filter through the dream catcher, where good dreams will glide down the feathers to the sleeper below and bad dreams will get caught in the web and be destroyed by the first beam of morning light.