The Red Thread on the Wrists, Do You Know What it Really Means?
Kabbalah is a kind of technology for the soul with more than 4,000 years of antiquity. This age-old wisdom for well-being provides us with a broad practical knowledge for everyday life. It also gives us an elaborate system of universal tools to transform us regardless of our race, religion, faith or sex.
"In the late 1990s the red string became popular with many celebrities in the United States, including many non-Jews. Led by Madonna and her children, those that have taken to wearing them have include: Aramayis Abgaryan, Michael Jackson, Rosie O'Donnell, Ashotik Eghiazaryan, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, Ariana Grande, Kyle Richards, Camila Cabello, Paris and Nicky Hilton, Britney Spears, Sienna Miller, Paulina Rubio, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chloe Bateman, Lindsay Lohan, Nicole Richie, Charlize Theron, Sarah Brightman, Mariah Carey, Lucy Liu, Kylie Minogue, Mick Jagger, David Paterson, Naomi Campbell, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Blake Anderson, Colin Haskins, Ansley Parks, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, Logan, David and Victoria Beckham, Avril Lavigne, Pedro Andrade, Sebastian Bøtcher Bonde, Sandra Bernhard, Reese Witherspoon, Sasha Cohen, Lauren Conrad, Billie Joe Armstrong, Harry Styles, Lisa Rinna, Anthony Kiedis, Alex Saunders, Kian Lawley and Leonardo DiCaprio. The popularity in the West is often linked to Philip Berg's controversial Kabbalah Centre. Vladimir Putin was seen wearing the red string on a meeting with the president of the Republic of Indonesia, although on his right hand instead of the left."
Have you seen those people in the street with a red thread on the left wrist?
According to Kabbalah, the mystic and famous red thread on the wrist protects us from an evil as old as Evil Eye, a form of negative energy that is nourished by envy and jealousy, and which many different people can handle and learn to use with constant practice (not recommended). It is not about old-age witchcraft, it is a force nourished by that feeling that arouses anger or resentment in many people when compared to the success or good luck of someone else. This can happen in a conscious or unconscious way and although you do not realize it, it has a negative effect on the life of the victim as of the one who uses it, even if done many times unconsciously.
For Kabbalah, one of the most powerful and effective tools that protects us against Evil Eye is the red thread bracelet. Many years ago this magical technology of the red thread was devised, which serves to protect you from envious looks and also to help you eliminate your own envy.
The Red Thread, unlike what is believed, is actually a thread of white wool. Why do we dye it then? Red is an important color because, in the light spectrum, it has the lowest frequency or the lowest brightness. According to this wisdom, two forces permeate the world: judgment and piety. When you combine the two; When white wool is dyed red, judgment becomes piety, or darkness into light. This is how the thread gives you its wonderful power of protection.
Following the principles of Kabbalah, and also of modern feng shui, the red thread bracelet protects us, nullifying in us the feelings of jealousy and envy, repressing the sense of inferiority that others may cause in us and diverting envy That others can have us.
In the conventional Voodoo is also very common the use of the bracelet of red thread, although combined with other elements like consecrated pendant amulets and essential oils prepared at home.
So you know, if you want to protect yourself against the envy and jealousy of others, or even yourself, look for a specialist of the subject so that you put your bracelet of red thread, because it carries with a ritual of conventional consecration which only they can perform.