Evil Eye | Curse | Jinx | Buri Nazar
Category : Curse
Thousands of people on a daily basis are looking for information concerning the spiritual attack known as the evil eye. Also called “jinxing,” the evil eye is recognized by almost all religions.
But what is the evil eye? How does it manifest in modern times? What are the symptoms? Finally, how can we protect ourselves against it?
What Is the Evil Eye?
The evil eye can be described as some sort of metaphysical, spiritual attack where a magical glance or even an evil spell is used to attack unsuspected victims. It can cause both physical and emotional pain along with spiritual and financial instability to its victims. It is considered a “light version” of curse.
There are two categories of the evil eye: the intentionally placed and unintentional. Most of the time this metaphysical attack is used because of hate, jealousy or—surprisingly—out of admiration.
The evil eye is recognized by many religions and manifests in different ways. Every religion calls it something different, but the symptoms are mostly the same: dizziness, bad mood, headaches, misfortunate, and bad luck. One strange fact to mention is that many people don’t even know about their own “power” and sometimes their “magical glance” can be placed completely unintentionally.
The Evil Eye in Modern Society
In modern society, the evil eye is probably a strategy to build social relationships. It helps strengthen individual identity by defying the often contradictory principles of collective life such as autonomy and sociability, cooperation and competition. Jinxing is used to justify the personal or social failure that every human being faces from time to time. Blaming someone else or even something else sometimes is the only way out for some.
Daily, people are exposed to the “look, glance” of others, so they must act according to the accepted principles of community. When these principles are violated, the idea of sociability “gets upset” and brings the so-called evil eye. It affects the body, property, and personal and social status of victim. In order to restore it all, the ritual of supernatural reintegration is required to remove it.
Symptoms and signs of the Evil Eye
The evil eye is the product of strong negative energy that is transmitted to the victim by another person who wants to cause them harm. This type of energy is often the result of envy, jealousy and hatred, and causes great discomfort for the person on the receiving end.
Some signs and Symptoms include
- The evil eye curse is based mainly on the idea that we are all energy, and that positive energy can cause a lot of good, but negative energy can also cause a lot of bad. When a person concentrates hard enough on causing someone harm, and when their energy is focused on the misfortune of that person, it is very possible that the other person will receive the Evil Eye and, if they do not have the enough strength to repel these vibrations, they will be affected by it.
- Loss of appetite
- Continuous and frequent vomiting
- Uncontrollable sobbing for no apparent reason
- Disturbed sleep
- Allergies and outbreaks on the skin
In this respect it is very important to get to know yourself, your spirituality and feel comfortable with your actions and life. Relieving yourself from stress and increasing your happiness can combat all forms of the evil eye.
- Have you ever felt that suddenly you’ve been in a bad mood without any particular reason?
- Have you ever felt a strange weight on your shoulders?
- Tears for no reason?
- Have you even seen aggressive behavior in an otherwise calm child?
If yes, then most likely you have experienced the power of the evil eye.
Evil Eye in history
The evil eye is well known throughout history. It is mentioned in ancient Greek and Roman texts, as well as in many famous literary works, including the Bible (Proverbs 23:6: “Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, neither desire thou his dainty meats”), the Koran and Shakespeare.
The evil eye is essentially a specific type of magical curse, and has its roots in magical thinking and superstition. Let’s say that a person experiences bad luck, ill health, accident, or some unexplained calamity — perhaps a drought or an infectious disease. Before science could explain weather patterns and germ theory, any bad event for which there was not an obvious cause might be blamed on a curse. Curses, including the evil eye, are an answer to the age-old question of why bad things happen to good people.
The association of special powers with the eyes is not hard to fathom: Eyes, it is said, are the gateway to a person’s soul. Shifting eyes are said to subtly betray liars, while a steady gaze may be endearing or menacing depending on the circumstances. Actors use their eyes to convey a wide range of emotions, including love, hate, disgust, boredom, scorn, surprise, and envy. In fact it is this last emotion — jealousy — that underlies the evil eye’s cultural association with magic.
Examples of the Evil Eye
- Mother and a newborn baby
Imagine a newborn baby has just been brought home from hospital. Relatives and friends come to admire the child baring gifts. It happens that one of them possesses so-called “magnetism,” without knowing it. It is possible that while admiring the baby, the evil eye was placed unintentionally. The baby starts crying and acting like something is bothering and disturbing it.
- Business men
Two friends invested and opened two different companies. One of them is successful and makes a lot of money, the other one is not that lucky. The unlucky one admires his successful friend. The result of such admiration is headaches, illness and even problems in business.
- Two sisters
Two sisters are having dinner and talking about their children. One sister speaks of her child’s excellent grades in school. In the meantime, the other one feels jealousy as her own child is not such a good pupil. As a result her child gets ill.
There are many examples of evil eye in the world. And if someone asks me if I believe in the evil eye, I simply reply “yes” without any hesitations, as I have seen and have experienced its power with terrible headaches, unusual dizziness and bad luck.
How to Remove It
There are a lot of silly solutions all over the Internet when it comes to dealing with the evil eye. The most ridiculous one I’ve found was to make circles with milk around the head of the one affected by evil eye.
- My personal experience has shown that with milk, oil and eggs we can only make great dinner; it is something that should be done only by an experienced professional spiritual healer.
My Way to Deal With the Evil Eye
For those who really wish to get rid of the evil eye and learn if there are any other spiritual attacks such as curses on hexes placed on them, I would suggest finding a genuine spiritual healer who can help to remove spiritual attacks.
Keep your milk and eggs for consumption purposes only and find a genuine spiritual healer to fix your spiritual prosperity. Unfortunately such healers are rare these days and despite that many promise immediate remedy against evil eyes, not everyone can actually help.