When you feel completely happy, or love someone above all else, or laugh too much, or everything goes quite well in the same period, do you ever possessed of fear to lose it?
The evil eye phenomenon is a simple belief, based on the emotion of jealousy, envy, desire, or admire someone or something. Someone can cause harm by looking at another’s property or person. The evil eye commonly associates with envy and conveyed by a look, touch or verbal expression of envy or by excessive admire and praise without a blessing.
The evil eye is everywhere. In every culture that is. The belief that people can intentionally or unintentionally wish you ill or harm finds throughout the world and throughout time. Usually, people focus on the beliefs surrounding the evil eye found in the Middle Eastern countries like Turkey or Iran. But plenty of beliefs about the evil eye can be found in Western European, Central and South American, and African countries too.
Symptoms of the evil eye vary from time to time and place to place. But many of them include a general idea of “drying out.” Water generally associates with life and life-giving forces. When we are too dry we are not as generative, fertile, prosperous, or healthy. Salt is a worldwide curative for the evil eye and is also popular as protection against it. So are the colors blue (features in many of the apotropaic charms we find for the evil eye today) and red–which favors as a cure and protective color against the evil eye in many parts of the world. Now, let’s look into what this evil eye bead is?
In India, we call it as Nazar Dosh. In Turkish culture, people wear evil eye beads in the form of jewelry to protect themselves from the evil eye.
These evil eye beads help us to ward off the evil eye, which is mainly caused due to other jealousy when something good is happening with us.
There are different colours of evil eye beads.
Depending on the need we can choose the evil eye bead colour.
This evil eye beads can be used as an evil eye wall hanging. Evil eye wall hanging amulet with Nazar Dosh beads and evil eye blessing blue evil eye frames or wall carpet is typically carried, or placed in homes. Blue eye wall hanging items are also used to guard individuals and corporations against financial losses or poor business dealings.
Where to hang Nazar wall hanging? If you want to protect your home or office, you should hang an evil eye wall art Nazar amulet near the entrance so that all visitors can see it. Evil Eye came to break with quick distraction seeking the person who tried to concentrate on us to see him and breaking his concentration and strength of a simple and effective way. The colour blue is believed to ward off bad luck.
If the evil eye bracelets or wall hanging breaks it means it has worked and has protected you from the evil eye and should buy a new one.
According to Feng Shui, the Evil Eye charms or objects are symbols of good luck and protection which keep negative and evil energies at bay.
A typical Feng Shui Evil Eye is made of an ultramarine blue glass bead which has concentric tear-drop shaped circles forming an eye-like design. These decorative pieces can be generously placed in the house to achieve a positive environment.
This Evil Eye stone is an amalgamation of molten glass, iron, copper, water, and salt. As per the Turkish culture, they believe that this particular combination of metals and minerals is to provide a shield from the forces of evil. The Evil Eyes bead has the symbol of an eye engraved/designed upon it. The sign of the eye is considered a potent talisman for shielding oneself against evil forces in almost every culture of the world. The Evil Eyes deflects the harmful energy that is being focused towards a person onto itself, thus dispersing its powers.
Now let’s talk about some easy Feng Shui ways in which you can place the Evil Eye beads: