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Protection of EVIL EYE ! This Talisman made its Way Through History and Different Cultures !!!


A good example is feeling watched.
We intuitively know when someone is looking at us even when our back is turned. Knowing that, it’s not hard to understand how cultures could believe in the power of the evil eye – and of other’s thoughts.
The evil eye concept has moved into the feng shui realm and it’s common now to see the blue eye talisman displayed in Asian emporiums. Commonly called a ‘nazar’ in Turkey, the blue eye is used wherever there is a concern of jealousy and is meant to provide protection against the withering, desiccating effect of the evil eye.
Nazars are often placed at the entrance to a home, in offices, carried on your person, or worn as a charm. These are displayed to ward off the negative intentions of others who may be jealous or envious of your looks, your possessions or your relationships.
Often associated with the color blue and with fish, the nazar is associated with water because of the drawing and drying effect that the evil eye brings with it, and water’s ability to counter the withering ability of the evil eye.

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Posted by on February 8, 2013 in Spirituality

 

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For the Believers .. An Evil Eye Protection Talisman !!


Phrases and rituals are not the only way to protect against the power of the evil eye. The most popular method of escaping the evil eye’s effects in many cultures is by the use of evil eye talismans, evil eye symbols, and evil eye jewelry. These are meant to “reflect” the power of the evil look. The evil eye amulet originated in Greece, where it was known as an “apotropaic” amulet, meaning that it reflected harm. The most basic design of the evil eye, prevalent in the Middle East, is a talisman designed with concentric blue and white circles made to symbolize the evil eye, known as the nazar. It is often used on houses, vehicles, or jewelry.

 
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Posted by on January 21, 2013 in Spirituality

 

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From Maroc To You ! Du Maroc Chez Vous dans Votre Salle De Bain !!!


La mhakka (Disque de gommage en terre cuite)

Le mhakka est un accessoire de beauté traditionnel marocain utilisé au hammam, vous pouvez aussi l’utiliser chez vous.

Il s’agit d’une poterie d’argile ocre de forme ronde dont la base est sculptée de motifs géométriques légèrement protubérants. Ces reliefs sont destinés à râper les peaux dures ou cornées, spécialement sous la plante des pieds, aux genoux ou aux coudes.

Le mhakka effectue un grattage spécialement doux sans entraîner aucune irritation. On l’utilise après avoir amolli les zones de la peau durcies en trempant les parties du corps concernées dans de l’eau tiède pendant 15 minutes.

Fabriquée artisanalement avec de l’argile, cette pierre de gommage (pierre ponce) s’utilise pour enlever les callosités des pieds et des coudes.

Conseil d’utilisation : bien laver les pieds pour ramollir les callosités, frotter les parties dures avec le disque de gommage en terre cuite. Pour un meilleur résultat, enduire les pieds de savon noir, rincer et frotter. Après le gommage, bien sécher les pieds, enduisez les d’huile d’argan pour bien nourrir la peau et lui redonner toute son élasticité. Vos pieds retrouveront une nouvelle jeunesse.

MHAKKA it’s a Traditional Morocco Bath Accessory , helping to take off the Rough Skin , callosities from your feet !! Additionally the best results are combining this with the Black Soap or Aleppo Soap in a Feet Hot Bath !!!

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