Kaballah Red String Bracelets and the Evil Eye

You are bound to have seen Kabbalah red string bracelets gracing the wrists of popular celebrities such as Ashton Kutcher, Madonna and David Beckham, but did you know that it is more than just a fashion statement? It is a form of protection for those that practice Kabbalah.

This piece of Kabbalah jewelry works to ward off the "evil eye" and is used quite regularly. You may consider it hocus pocus and one step away from the occult but for practitioners of Jewish Kabbalah, it is a factual part of their belief system.

It all begins with the person who has the "evil eye," which in reality is negative energy that is directed outwards to surrounding folks. It is a wish for misfortune and bad luck to everybody it touches. Have you ever noticed somebody who is constantly wishing negative thoughts and deeds towards other folks? That person would be considered the perfect candidate for a Kabbalah bracelet to ward off their negative energy. The red string Kabbalah armlet would ward off this evil eye by having positive energy counteract with positive energy from you.

Kabbala Red String Bracelet with Evil Eye Protector Here is how to go about using the Kabbalah red string bracelet. You take a length of red string and have a loved one tie it around your wrist. They then knot it seven times. You make the promise that you will refrain from negative thoughts and actions towards anyone else. This allows the wearer to continue to have positive thoughts. If you think about it, then it is an effort in positive reinforcement, such as those that monks take towards thinking the best of mankind. Buddhists have this same philosophy as well, but their religion does not have a symbol, like that of a red bracelet, to ward off negative vibes towards others.

Whether you believe in the evil eye or you simply want to have something to believe in and give yourself hope that there are positive elements in the world, the Kabbalah red string bracelet may be for you. It is definitely worth the effort in trying it out. You can use it even if you do not heartily agree with all aspects of the Jewish Kabbalah faith, but you need to study up on how the bracelet works and how it can help you resist the temptation to cause others harm through your own negative thoughts and deeds. Consider it a life lesson in being kind to others.