The evil eye has existed since the beginning of time. It simply means sending someone a thought that seems intrusive or invasive or has the power to hurt him or her. The bad fortune that results in is considered to be caused by envy. The evil eye does not necessarily contemplate being intentional or associated with witchcraft or witchcraft. Strangely, this thought form could actually be free in nature. The origin of the evil eye is the Middle East and the Mediterranean. The concept was introduced to America, South Pacific, Asia, Africa and Australia by European explorers.
When we send the evil eye, we assume that we all have a third eye in the middle of our forehead. Dazzling, fogging or concealing the third eye is often the intention of the sender of energy. Most of us have experienced the strange power of the phenomenon. All it takes is a look that seems to be unfriendly, indifferent or blank and is seen for a few seconds for a long time. We think of it for a couple of minutes afterwards or sometimes a picture of the person staring at us, taking our thoughts occasionally the rest of the day. Sometimes it is that the British and Scottish name for the evil eye is "view". This means that a look has been too long for the desired subject, person or animal.
The evil eye is also known as the enviable or offensive eye. In Italian it is called malocchio and in Spanish malojoen (loosely translated as the bad eye) The evil eye is known as ayin horeh in Hebrew; ayin harsha in arabic, droch shuil in scotland, mauvais oeil in france, bösen blick in germany, and was known as oculus malus among the classical romans.
The original belief is that any person can harm your children, livestock, fruit trees or other evidence of prosperity just by looking at the lap of all your good will and hard work of envy. Ironically, the evil curse is meant to be provoked by appropriate shows of spiritual pride or excessive beauty. There is a theory that very famous people and celebrities suffer more personal misfortune than others simply because they are exposed to more "view" and envy than others.
This superstition can have a certain groundbreak in evolutionary psychology, which is usually an animal thought to dominate or be aggressive to another by just looking at it for too long. Psychologically, staring or relying on someone is specifically considered a burglary in your affairs. Similarly, there is a nice line between throwing a look to spelling a spell. In these post-Celestine Prophecy times, this kind of stare could have been compared to a kind of essential laser beam or amoebic arm that cracks open your aura. Others will describe the evil eye's influence as projection of an image (such as the image of the person you have offended or injured), so you only see it to rule out all other views. In other words, you see that person wherever you go or feel that your life's events are always colored by your trade with that person. Another symptom is the inability to continue with ordinary daily events without feeling in one way or another collected to make things right with the person you have often unconsciously offended with your grandeur.
It is common folklore that the evil eye has a dehydrating effect on its victim. It is believed to induce vomiting, dirrhea, cleansing of milk in lactating mothers and domestic animals, problems with the blood, sight of lack of rain, drying of wells, impairment of fruit and impotence in men. Abdominal pain, stomach ache, dry cough, diarrhea, itching, hair loss, dry skin are all thought of as physical symptoms of a sore eye attack. At astral level, it is thought to cause drying of prana, chi, vitality and the light stream of prosperity in life. Part of this image may derive from the idea also of muddy, foamed or poisoned vision, which in one way or another is linked to the victim's third eye.
Almost everywhere where the evil eye configuration exists, is said to be caused by an accident of envy or praise. Thus, the phrase "pride before a fall" puts in some Mediterranean and Eastern cultures, be careful not to praise a child too much so that it does not invite the subconscious balance effect of the evil eye. A classic situation would be the harsh woman who praises the newborn child of a new child. Such a rose would have considered appropriate and thought to bring the evil child. One of the means for this would be for the mother to spit, to symbolically "rehydrate" the situation. She can also talk badly about the child OT counteracts the effects of praise, which may have male fish effects on the child later.
The belief that individuals have the power to cast the evil eye for purpose is more idiosyncratic to Sicily and southern Italy, although faith has certainly spread elsewhere – to the southern United States and Latin America. Such people are known as jettatore (projectors). They are not necessarily considered to be evil or envious, just born with an unfortunate embarrassing talent that causes others to avoid them. In ancient cultures, if you were considered to be the owner of an evil eye, you were often ignored by the rest of society and went unrecognized on the street without meeting anyone.
Perhaps one of the most well-known preventive measures against the evil eye is the hand movement. Mano Cornufo or "Horned Hand" involves expanding the first and index fingers from a fist. Mano Fico or "Fig hand" involves placing the thumb between the first and second fingers.
Historically, there have been many healings for the evil eye:
In Italy, the evil eye is diagnosed by driping olive oil into a vessel filled with water. If the oil conglomerates in the form of an eye, then the victim is considered officially cursed. Beans are recited until the oil droplets no longer make eye shape.
In Eastern Europe, fun or burned fighting heads are drawn in a forehead of water. If the goods flow, then the person is considered to be a victim of a curse.
In Ukraine, a form of ceromancy or candle reading is used to diagnose the curse. Melted wax drips from a light to a forehead water. If the adult spits, splatters or sticks to the side of the bowl, the "patient" is considered to be under the influence of the malefic eye. Normally, the patient is cleansed with holy water. He or she is pronounced healed when the dripping wax sinks the bottom of the bowl in a round ball.
In Greece, Mexico and elsewhere, the official cure is to invite the guilty person responsible for the evil eye to spit in a ship of holy water consumed by the victim.
In Mexico, a raw egg is rolling over the victim's body's antidote. Afterwards, the crack is open and if the metaphysician or health separates from an eye in the egg yolks, the person is considered to be cursed. Multiple eggs can be repeatedly rolled over the person's body until an egg without eye, if available. Sometimes the egg is placed under the person's bed overnight and cracked open in the morning.
In China, the evil eye of the Pa Kua mirror is mirrored, a six-sided mirror hanged on the front door or placed in the front window to return energy to the sender. Some of these mirrors are convex to reflect the bad "poisonies" or "arrows" of several sick wishers, and some are concave to reflect energy in a particular direction back on, for example. A curious neighbor, as the eyes may have long on your garden of tulips for too long. In Feng Shui, mirrors are often used as a cure to reflect negative energy on all sorts of things – people, poor architecture, traffic, neighbors, physical obstacles like trees or rocks or anything else that might be considered as a leader of Har Shui (negative vibration).
In India, the mirror returns from the evil eye shape of small mirrors, sewn, braided or crocheted in clothing. This mirror back of bad energy is also known for practitioners of Wicca and Lukumi or Santeria. In India, the human eye is also considered to be a mirror of the soul. Indian women wear kohl or heavy black makeup to emphasize their eyes not only to protect themselves from the evil eye, but also to prevent them from accidentally breathing it on others. In India, wires are tied with blue beads placed on newborn babies. When the cord breaks and the beads are lost, the child is considered to have a strong enough aura to protect himself from the evil eye. Red wires carried on wrist or neck are thought to have a powerful effect against ocular malevolence. A silver charm called eye of Buddha, referring to Gautama Buddha is also worn against astral attack.
In Italy, gold, silver or beads are carved or molded in the form of Mano Fica or Mano Cornufa to reject the evil. The most sought after are made of red coral, but many versions exist today made of precious stones and plastic. They are worn by men to protect against genital scams, which are thought to be caused by the bad eye. Also Italian origin is Corno or Horn or Devil's Hornamulet, which is believed to protect against the same dysfunction. The women's version is made of a twig of red coral.
In Arabic cultures superstitious types carry an eye in the shape of a cast in the middle of a hand-shaped bone or metal charm. A common Egyptian charm is the Isis tip, representing the menstrual pillow of Goddess Isis, who was the mother of all living things. Fill a little prayer or spell inside a lid hanged around the neck, the common European user is protecting himself from deadly eyes.
A light worker like myself can advise you to protect yourself in the following modern ways:
Always maintain the belief that nobody is able to hurt you. This in itself is a very strong thought form.
Before you go, imagine that your third eye is actually covered with something that looks like a little pocket mirror. If you are a psychologist or a healer, just close your third eye and do not open it without looking.
If you feel haunted or disturbed as a result of a "look", push your thumb hard into the middle of the forehead and imagine that your third eye flashes quickly. Flip the energy away with your thumb and snap your fingers.
Always remember that what you resist often persists. The term "oh so what!" is one of the most powerful chemicals in the universe that you can use to dissolve negative energy.
Source by Samantha Stevens