Dream-Catchers of the Seventh Fire
Aslan Heart / White Eagle Soaring
These authentic Native American dream-catchers teach the natural wisdom of the Seventh Fire--spiral path of the spirit dream-catchers, double spiral aspiration dream-catchers, twin flame dream-catchers, red eagle of dawn dream-catchers, soaring dream-catchers and imagine dream-catchers, as well as butterfly dream-catchers, dolphin dreams dream-catchers, angel dream-catchers, body-mind-spirit dream-catchers, sun and moon dream-catchers, dream star dream-catchers, many dreams dream-catchers, dream within a dream-catchers, pentacle dream-catchers, rolling thunder dream-catchers, four directions dream-catchers, marriage dream-catchers, all nations dream-catchers, natural freedom dream-catchers and more. My sage bundles are gathered at Mount Shasta to cleanse the dream-catchers and yourself with good medicine.
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Dream-catchers are not just things, arts and crafts of Native American people. The original spider web dream-catchers of the Ojibwe were intended to teach natural wisdom. Nature is a profound teacher. I learned to listen. Listen as these dream-catchers whisper the Original Instructions and the wisdom of the Seventh Fire. These dream-catchers teach the natural wisdom of the Seventh Fire - spiral dream-catchers, double spiral dream-catchers, butterflies, dolphins, and angels. I have a few of the designs in dream-catcher weaving kits and you can learn to weave a dream-catcher of the authentic dream-catcher and the common dream-catcher. See with eyes of spirit, listen with your heart and soar with the White Eagle.
Many Native American prophecies say NOW is a
pivotal time on Mother Earth. Some are ready to make the quantum
leap to the next level of human evolution. It’s to those people
dream-catchers speak, the new people described as the Osh-ki-bi-mah-di-zig
led by spirit warriors, the Ogichidaag'. By the light of the
Seventh Fire come those who will use their power and strength with
gentleness and wisdom to walk in balance, to follow the
path of spirit.
I am White Eagle Soaring of the Little Shell Pembina Band, a Treaty Tribe, of Native American and of European descent, bridging the worlds of spirit and science, a teacher and learner. I didn't choose Dream-Catchers. Dream-Catchers chose me. I didn't plan to leave my comfortable job teaching science and history in the public schools. I didn't plan to listen to the sissagwad, the soft wind of spirit in the trees, to weave dream-catchers and tell their stories. Instead the Dream-Catchers wove me, revealing my Native American heritage, changing a skeptic into a mystic, and showing me powers and wonders beyond imagination. The dream-catchers wove me. See The Stories Dream-Catchers Weave.
For six years I traveled throughout the USA and Europe teaching and marketing my Dream-Catcher art. Now the Seventh Fire Dream-Catchers can be found at stores, museums and Native American galleries from San Diego and Seattle to Vienna and Berlin. Great spirit told me to bring whispers of Seventh Fire wisdom to the place where the "pebble of mind" was dropped into the pond. The ripples of this way of being have caused great destruction of many great indigenous cultures vested deeply in their path of spirit. It continues today. Even many “Indians” have adopted the path of mind. Many are now returning to the path of spirit to walk in balance.
Natural twigs are used in my Dream-Catchers, primarily the traditional red willow, but also golden, slender, and weeping willow, red-twig and gold-twig dogwood. Suitable plants for making Dream-Catcher rings can be found in almost all regions. When in the Southwest I used the abundant tamarisk; in California, the wild cinnamon-colored manzanita. While in Austria I used hartriegel. Honoring the energy of our plant relatives was the original intention. I bring whispers of the Original Instructions and the Seventh Fire manidoog', directly from spirit. See with eyes of spirit; listen with your heart.
Here is an email I received from a concerned mother who tells the story best:
A spider web dream-catcher was recommended, the mother ordered it, a spider web of gold willow and a white feather set was made, and here is the response:
In his unusual and extremely readable autobiography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, dictated and written when he was eighty-one, the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung describes his encounter with the Native American chief of the Taos pueblos in New Mexico in 1932.
What makes this dialogue reported by Jung so relevant is that it is a
living encounter between a representative of the unconscious "heart
thinking" of the ancients and a modern man of science and pioneer of
consciousness who understood that the wisdom of the heart must catch up
with our overdeveloped "thinking heads" if we are to survive. We have to
preserve the gold in the age-old "knowledge of the heart" and keep making
it ever more conscious if we are to protect our growing human
possibilities from the keen-featured bird-of-prey mentality that circles
above. We must develop a new consciousness of the heart.
I would put it a little bit differently: The overdeveloped "thinking heads" much catch up with the age-old wisdom of the heart if we are to survive. Western civilization basks in its self-proclaimed status of intellectual and spiritual superiority whereas the so-called primitive "savage" owns an intellectual and spiritual "technology" far superior and sustainable. Dream-Catchers are a means to touch the spirit wind that whispers in the heart. Through Dream-Catchers a new way of life opens.
I've taken dream-catcher design and wisdom teachings where spirit has led me. Catherine Sundvall has added Cherokee basket weaving numerology wisdom teachings in her designs for a very personalized dream-catcher. She, too, walks in two worlds with grace and beauty. May you walk in beauty and harmony with all beings and soar with the White Eagle.
Bawaudjigaeyaun wae-ondji manitouwiyaun. (To dreams I owe the mystery.)
However you've spelled Dream Catcher, these REAL Dream Catchers are natural magic from Creator Direct (Manidoog).
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