Crystal KikiBalla Bracelet
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.
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