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The deep meaning of the Dreamcatcher - Our Research

by Monica soriano 23 Jul 2020 2 Comments
Dreamcatchers have been used throughout the centuries by the aboriginal communities of America.

The legends that are known about it speak of an origin in North America between the Sioux and the Ojiwas. But we have also heard that other tribes in the rest of America also use these elements.

We believe that the pattern that is formed in the web when weaving a Dreamcatcher is equal to some mandalas used around the world, and therefore it keeps and transmits a deep meaning or symbolism, as well as great teachings.

 Sahasrara Chackra


Dream Catcher o Dreamcatcher  The word MANDALA in Sanskrit means SACRED CIRCLE and we can find these sacred structures also within nature
Molécula de Agua
Molécula de Agua


A pine cone can be thought of as a set of spirals that twist until they come together at a point that is the one that joins the stem. There are eight spirals in the clockwise direction, while there are 13 that approach the tip more quickly counterclockwise (very similar situation can be observed in a pineapple or in the sunflower or in the cauliflower) .

Pine cone

The concept of Sacred Geometry and Golden Ratio has been taught in the most important cultures throughout the centuries, and mandalas have been found in each of the cultures that illustrate and show the knowledge of these concepts.

The Dreamcatcher mandala has appeared in England's cornfields, a scientific explanation for the Crop Circles phenomenon has yet to be found.

Crop Circle



The Mandala that is formed by weaving a dreamcatcher is very easy to draw

1 - trace the spider web template on the paper, with the help of a compass and a ruler

The spider web is the template on which all the mandalas can be drawn.

2- Number your lines if you wish. Then draw the spiral from the outside to the inside, as seen at the point numbered 12 in the image (you can draw to the center point or finish it earlier so that the hole in the center is free)

3 - the spiral drawing is repeated in the other numbers until all are covered (11, 10, 9 and so on until 1)

4- everything is repeated again but for the other side (from 12 to 1, then 2, 3 and so on until reaching 12 again.



A well known and famous Mandala around the world that resembles that of the Dreamcatcher is THE FLOWER OF LIFE

I t is possible to find it in all the important religions of the world. In Egypt, the source of all monotheistic religions, the "Flower of Life" can be found in the ancient Temple of Abydos. In Israel, it can be found in ancient synagogues in the Galilee and in Mesada. The "Flower of Life" contains the patterns of creation as they were when emerging from the "Great Void". Everything is made of the Creator's thought.

The universe was created in the same way that we can draw the flower of life. and making this mandala we can understand the creator and the creation moving away from the structured intellect and giving way to divine inspiration.

How to Draw the Flower of Life

1- It begins by drawing a circle with the help of a compass.

2-The compass rests on the edge of that first circle and the second circle is drawn.

3-The compass rests on the intersection of the first two circles.

4- This process is repeated for the entire flower.


There are a total of 19 spheres
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28 Jul 2021 Mónica Soriano

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