Anyone who has a dream catcher or has at least seen one knows there's little decorations visible. It actually turns out that the bead in the middle represents the spider on the web which supposedly catches all your bad dreams and the scattered beads around the around the web are meant to symbolise good dreams that are caught during the night. Everyone has their fair share of dreams, research shows that people have an average of 1,460 to 2,190 dreams a year. Obviously we can't remember all of these, I think everyone has that horrible moment when you wake up from the best dream ever and wish you could return to it, whether its going backstage to meet your favourite band or sharing a hot air balloon with Johnny Depp (don't ask)
Then you have the dreaded nightmares! I'm sure everyone has a least one or maybe even a handful of nightmares that has frightened the bejesus out of them or the ones when you wake up with a falling sensation (they're the worse to be honest). Nightmares usually come in the form of something you really hate or fear for me its clowns for others it may be spiders, heights , snakes the list goes on! Finally you have the random and just plain weird dreams, lets just say I'm no stranger to these and often wake up asking myself 'what the hell just happened?!'
However believe it or not there is advantages to these dreams, they can actually inspire us. Take the artist Dali for example, Dali would wake himself up immediately after his dream so he could capture and paint all the surreal images for his dream.