Chakra Hamsa Wall Hanging. $18.00.
The Hamsa hand is an amulet most commonly found in Northern Africa and the Middle East. It has historical religious roots, dating back to early Mesopotamia and Morocco. It has different meanings in Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Associated with the evil eye.
When the Hamsa hand points up, it is meant to protect and ward off negativity. When the hand points downwards, it is meant to bring in abundance and prosperity.
In Native American tradition, dreamcatchers work in the same way as spider webs. Decorated with cloth, beads, feathers, etc. The web located in the center of the dreamcatcher allows for good dreams to pass through and slide down the feathers, while bad dreams to get caught and disappear in the morning sun. Hanging one above your sleeping area will allow you to experience peaceful sleep, without pesky bad dreams.
- 19″ long