Evil Eye? I'm sure that you have seen this famous symbol many times. You’ve probably even worn one and you’ve definitely seen someone wearing an evil eye amulet.
You may have witnessed a person give the “evil eye” look (and you may have even given it yourself).The symbol that is so popular, it is currently one of the most trendy pieces of jewellery, tattoos, pieces of arts.
A belief in the evil eye is widespread on every continent.The Evil Eye symbol is one of the strongest symbolic images in the world.The belief in the evil eye dates back almost 3,000 years to ancient Greece and Rome. Is believed to provide protection against evil forces.
The Middle East, Asia, Europe, and Central America all fear the evil eye.
The Evil eye is a powerful superstition in India. Hinduism preaches that the eye is the most powerful point at which the body can give off energy.
Have you ever been in a room that didn’t feel good to be in but you couldn’t figure out what was wrong? Chances are the Yin/Yang components were out of balance.
The Yin Yang Mandala symbol depicts two fish gliding together in perfect balance. Each carrying components of the other. The two swim together in perfect harmony creating a circle, the most ancient symbol depicting wholeness.
By learning to work with the Yin and Yang components in our homes, we create supportive spaces that bring our lives back into harmony as well.
Do you know the story of the Lotus blossom? It’s a pretty fascinating story of growth. Each Lotus flower starts in the mud and muck and literally blooms without a speck of dirt on it.
“No mud, no Lotus.” Stop for just a minute and think about what that means?
I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.