The dreamcatcher in this photo may look very pretty, but if you hang it in your home, guess what it does? Absolutely nothing except gather dust, cobwebs and stagnant energy.
Originally used by Native Americans, who are said to have believed they could help to filter a person’s dreams, they are now sold in New Age stores as a kind of good luck charm.
One of the first things I suggest to people who have them and who need to declutter is to take them all down. They clog the energy of a space, especially if hung in corners or near beds. And the downward-hanging shape pulls the energy of a space down, making clutter clearing harder to do.
They are a very good example of a so-called cure that causes more problems than it solves.
This may come as quite a surprise to some people, but for those who have perception, it will be a welcome breath of clarity and fresh air.
Getting the right balance
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