Men's Spiritual Evil Eye Protection Bracelet with Black Lava, handcrafted Nazar Boncugu Evil Eye bead, Copper and Shell Rondelles, Wood
Men's Spiritual Evil Eye Protection Bracelet with Black Lava 10mm, a focal handcrafted Nazar Boncugu Evil Eye bead with a stunning design, blue Shell Rondelles, Copper Rondelles, an a black wood bead. A unique design for the bohemian man. A truly OOAK artistic beauty. Very elegant bracelet fits a wrist of a standard size 7.5 inches or 19.05 cm to 8.5 inches or 21 cm since it has been beaded with high quality elastic cord. Let me know if I should adjust it to your size.
“The Power of The Fire Within” ,Strength and Courage. Lava is a stone of strength and courage. It allows one the opportunity for stability throughout changes in their life. Lava stone is, in essence, the solid form of fire. It is therefore a stone that is associated with the phoenix and rebirth. Since the stone is the result of almost violent natural events, it is considered a strong stone and one that assists the wearer to succeed in desperate circumstances. As it comes from and is of the earth, lava stone is reputed to assist the wearer to be more in tune with Mother Earth. As these stones also contain the powerful energy of the volcano that created them, this means that they are excellent to aid healing, especially when you are feeling depressed or lacking energy and vitality.
The evil eye is a look that is believed by many cultures to be able to cause injury or bad luck for the person at whom it is directed for reasons of envy or dislike. The term also refers to the power attributed to certain persons of inflicting injury or bad luck by such an envious or ill-wishing look. The evil eye is usually given to others who remain unaware. The "evil eye" is also known in Arabic as ʿayn al-ḥasūd (عين الحسود), in Hebrew as ʿayn ha-rʿa (עין הרע), in Turkish as Nazar, in Greek as "το μάτι," and in Spanish as mal de ojo. The idea expressed by the term causes many cultures to pursue protective measures against it. The concept and its significance vary widely among different cultures, primarily the Middle East. The idea appears several times in translations (Tirgumim) of the Old Testament. It was a widely extended belief among many Mediterranean and Asian tribes and cultures. Charms and decorations featuring the eye are a common and popular now.