Understand that your soul is not bound by three-dimensional earthy existence.


The wearer of the hamsa hand can wear it facing up or down and is thought to give the owner success, harmony, and also protection from the ayin ha’ra, also know as the evil eye.  Today, with the rising popularity of Kabbalah and spiritual Judaism, the hamsa hand has become increasingly more widespread. It is also commonly found in a wide variety of varying aspects of art.


Although the hamsa hand has been symbolic in Islam and Judaism for centuries, archaeological digs in the Middle East provide evidence that the hamsa pre-dates these religions and originated with the Phoenicians and was used as a protective symbol for an ancient Middle Eastern goddess. The hamsa hand has always been associated with a female entity offering protection from evil and misfortune.

Negativity- it can only affect you if you are on the same frequency. Vibrate higher.

Hamsa tattoos are some of the most popular tattoo symbols among people who have a liking for body arts with spiritual themes. The Hamsa is a palm-shaped symbol having its roots in the Jewish Kabbalah. It is also referred to as the Hand of Fatima or the Hand of God. The five fingers of the Hamsa is said to bring prosperity and good luck. Although the conventional image of Hamsa depicts three fingers in the middle with two thumbs pointing out from either side, there are many other variations of this age-old motif. The Hamsa also protects the wearer from evil eye. Hamsa tattoos are often drawn with elaborate ornamental shapes that consist of intricate patterns and details covering the entire area of the palm. Although black and gray are the colors that are most often used to create Hamsa tattoos, many may even prefer to add a dash of other brighter colors such as red, orange, pink and blue.

Rule your mind or it will rule you.

Listen to the whispers of your heart.

 I didn’t changed. I woke up.


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