Myths, beliefs and realities about dreamcatchers have transcended times and cultures to this day, conserving their original meaning and the protective essence of their creation. Dreamcatcher tattoos did not wait and today is one of those jobs that everyone likes, mainly women. Today I will tell you all about them and I will show you wonderful images to inspire you. Let’s start 😎
Dreamcatcher tattoos (dreamcatcher tattoos) are considered protective amulets are able to keep away the bad vibes in addition to referring to the spiritual and celestial world. In the beginning they were adopted as a protective talisman against nightmares or bad dreams. But first let’s enjoy these photos to tell you about their origin.
Original dreamcatcher tattoos for women
In its origin, it was customary for females to hang such objects in their babies’ cribs, thus protecting their dreams . They were even hung on the doors and / or windows in order to drive away bad vibes and attract good dreams. Today they are tattooed with the same meaning of spiritual protection .
Meaning, origin and legends behind dreamcatcher tattoos
The dream catchers or “dream catcher” as it is also known, are considered protective amulets, from very ancient peoples, native to North America and part of Canada. Its origin is attributed to a town known as Ojibwa. There are those who also mention another town called Lakota. But this time we will only talk about Ojibwa.
In the beginning, the inhabitants of Ojibwa created this kind of talisman because they considered that dreams are not inventions or creations of our mind, but that dreams, good and bad, drift in the darkness of the night, driven by a soft night breeze and enter the mind of the dreamers.
According to legend, a goddess with spider body, called Asibikaashi, used to babysit Ojibwa nightmares, but as the people grew and its inhabitants were migrating to other parts of the continent, is already unable to meet His duty and it was then that the women of the tribe began to weave the dream catchers. In order that the nightmares, they were trapped in the fabric and were destroyed by the first rays of sun at dawn. In this way, good dreams reach the mind of the dreamers, in order to propitiate a full and comforting rest.
Over time has become part of the body art preferred by many, besides being very beautiful, for its great significance as protective amulets. Now I will present you with a collection of dreamcatcher tattoos by types, body areas and trends . Let’s start with men.
Images about dream catcher in tattoos for men
Contrary to what is believed, these types of tattoos are not only female, many men carry one of these nowadays. With the firm conviction of making your dreams come true.
For men, the dream catchers are seen more from the mystical point of view, they like to be more combined with figures such as horses and footprints and the back and doll are the most used places.
And even the Spanish soccer player Sergio Ramos has in his arm a beautiful dreamcatcher of the traditional style of the Indians.
Beautiful dreamcatcher tattoos on the wrist
The small tattoos on the wrists are very liked, and a dream catcher is no exception. These symbolize a dream they wish to achieve in life, a goal to be achieved.
These tattoos on the dreamcatcher doll are liked by women more than men, although the latter like the trend more of the Indians.
Amazing tattoos of dream catchers in full color
Colorful tattoos in the purest watercolor style are very fashionable, and if you combine a dream catcher, with a colorful design, you will get a beautiful and original tattoo that will impress even the most skeptical.
Impressive images of dream catchers on the back
The dream catchers tattooed on the back are becoming more frequent in the group of dreamers, so they carry it everywhere as a protective amulet of their dreams.
Fabulous tattoos with dream catcher for the legs
These are used mainly by girls, who usually wear them on their thighs or even their calves. These give a very sensual and colorful touch.
Dreamcatcher tattoo designs with feathers
The natives built the dream catchers by tying threads around a circular or teardrop-shaped ring, as a result they obtained a network similar to a spider’s web. These lacked feathers and measured approximately five to nine centimeters in diameter. Nowadays it is common for tattoos related to this structure to be added feathers of different colors and even stones or beads, in order to decorate and create more striking designs. These are used as a protective talisman that you will always carry with you. If you dare, I want to leave some templates for you to take into account.
These pencil drawings of dream catchers will inspire you, but always do not copy them, but use them as a basis to make your own original designs.
Tattoos with dream catchers have a deep connection with dreams and is a very special way to identify with your personality. I hope you have enjoyed these works and that you know how to explain their meaning. Let us know in the comments if you have one at home or tattooed on your body, or if you simply want us to add something else. 😉