Catching bad dreams in web
Kerry asks: What is the story with dream catchers? Do they really help with sleeping and how?
Dream catchers do allow a more peaceful sleep by aiding only pleasant dreams to enter into your sleep pattern, while blocking bad dreams.
The story behind dream catchers:
Grandmother Spider looked down upon the earth and saw that man was plagued by bad dreams, and wanted to help.
So she went to the Willow Tree and asked if she could have a branch to help mankind.
Willow was happy to oblige and gave her a branch.
Grandmother spider stripped the branch of leaves and used her web to join it to create a circle.
Then Grandmother Spider went to the Eagle and asked if she could have a feather to help mankind. Eagle gave her a feather.
Grandmother Spider then created her web within the circle and placed the feather at the bottom.
By placing the dream catcher over the earth the bad dreams got caught within the web and the good dreams passed through to mankind.
With the morning sun the bad dreams turned into dew that ran down the feather into the earth.
Hope this helps.
Amy asks: What do people mean when they say that I should bubble myself? How do I do that?
People who are sensitive to energies around them should always bubble. Bubbling is done by visualising yourself within an egg of white light.
What this does is lessen the impact other people or energies can have on you.
You can still give out love and light but instead of draining yourself by giving out your own energy you provide spirit energy to those who need it that you come into contact with.
This will make you less tired.
I find that I always bubble myself when I enter hospitals, supermarkets or just out in general public, otherwise I pick up the fear, anger or happiness someone else is feeling can really play havoc with the emotions.
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