Dreamcatcher is considered the symbol of the Native American culture.
Native Americans believe that both good and bad dreams are present in the night air. When a person goes to sleep, a dreamcatcher will be held above their bed to protect them from bad dreams and even evil spirits.
The spider web inside the dreamcatcher would let good dreams to pass through then travel to the person below through the feathers. Bad dreams, on the other hand, are trapped within the web. Once daylight comes, they will be gone because bad dreams can't survive in the light.
For many years, dreamcatchers have been a symbol of protection among Native Americans and many more. They are the charm that protect people in their sleeps, guiding good dreams to people while driving bad dreams away.
Unlike other, this special dreamcatcher is made with a Yin Yang symbol to remind people that there are always two opposing forces co-exist around us, just like good dreams and bad dreams.