Dreamweaving Workshop: Make your own Dream Catcher — Brooklynian

Dreamweaving Workshop: Make your own Dream Catcher

Freeheart Project and Wadulisi Woman are hosting a Dreamweaving Workshop at the Freeheart Project Studio in Greenpoint on Sunday, February 8, 2015 from 2 - 4 pm. Join us for a super chill and inspiring boozy craft hangout. For more info and registration email info@freeheartproject.com. 

Native American culture believes the night air
is filled with dreams, both good and bad. When hung near your bed,
swinging freely, the dream catcher absorbs those dreams as they flow by.
The positive dreams slip through the hole in the center of the dream
catcher, and glide down the feathers to the person below, while the
negative dreams get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays
of the sun strike. This class will teach you about sacred traditions
and guide your creation of your very own dream catcher.

are led by Ashley Glynn, an artist and creative spirit. Ashley is
inspired by her deep connection to the natural world, Native American
heritage, and mysticism. She is passionate about teaching, creating,
the healing of the natural world, magic, music, ancient histories, and
love, and loves to share her craft.

*Price of $60 includes all supplies, snacks, and drinks!  If you sign up before 2/1/15 we will throw in a free energizing crystal as an early Valentine's gift. Bring any personal items you
would like to add to activate the energies in your dream catcher:
special crystals, feathers, beads, etc.

Peace & Love! 
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