good dreams slip through the web and into the sleeper during the night
…bad dreams become caught in the web and are perished by morning light.
The legend of the Native American dreamcatcher varies somewhat from tribe to tribe,
but the basic theme or intention was to allow good dreams to slip through the web and into the sleeper during the night while the bad dreams were caught in the web and would be perished at morning light.
The Lakota Legend has the opposing belief that the web will catch your good ideas and the bad ones will go through the hole.