Que significa ojo turco?

What does Turkish eye mean?

Throughout the history of humanity, the figure of the eye has been considered a powerful talisman to ward off the forces of evil. In the last 3,000 years, the crafts of Anatolia (Turkey) have given an identity to this tradition. Anatolian artisans combine the outside of fire with different materials to create a powerful talisman against the “evil eye.”

The Turkish Eye has its origin, as its name suggests, in Turkey and is still produced with the same method as thousands of years ago.

We can find it in different products: plant protectors, hair clips, bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings, baby pins, car pendants, keychains, home decorations, paperweights for the office, magnets, bags, etc. .

And in different materials such as glass, wood, plastic, fabric, ceramics, metal and others.

The evil eye

Evil produced to a person through the gaze.

The energy that flows from a person's eye through their gaze of greed or resentment, with ill-intentioned or well-intentioned praise. The affected person is said to be under the evil eye. This evil can occur voluntarily or involuntarily.

When a person envies and looks at another person, the “divine mercy” or protective energy that surrounds each of us generates an opening through which judgment enters, which falls on the person being looked at and also on the one being envied. This energy is negative for both parties.

Our essence is to receive from the creator, so we always seek to satisfy this need. We are unique and unrepeatable, but when divine Beings in the image and likeness of God, such as the human race, do not value themselves and are constantly comparing and competing among themselves, this very negative energy appears; the envy. There must be an internal commitment not to cast the evil eye, since sometimes we find ourselves wishing for something that is not ours or envying others.

We can all achieve anything in our life. And understand, in order not to judge anyone, that only a very spiritual being manages to fully manage this energy of envy. We have, as divine beings that we are, the ability to stop this energy, saying in our mind or out loud “no to the evil eye” in the face of praise from others or ours. But, since we are not always attentive, these talismans absorb that energy. Legend says that the Turkish Eye sacrifices itself for its owner and breaks when it absorbs that energy. The history of humanity shows us that these jealous looks were known by many cultures.

Some examples are the Greeks, who went into battle with their eyes painted on the bow of their ships. The Egyptians with their well-known “Eye of Orus”. In India it is believed that face paint originated with the purpose of protecting against the “evil eye.” Muslims and Jews also recognize this energy and use the eye to protect themselves, to this day.

The symptoms produced in the victim are back pain, tiredness, exhaustion ending in illness. It affects adults and children. Some babies stop feeding and vomit. The latter being the most affected by this evil since they are the weakest. Businesses, work and personal relationships can be damaged.

It may also happen that some of the victim's items break, without there being any cause for it. This negative energy is different from that of spells, voodoos, witchcraft, obscurantism and others.

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