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Is The Kabbalah Red String Or Bracelet The New Fashion Trend Of 2013? Why Are We Wearing it?

Article by Ghintare S.

Winter brings us the most beautiful time of the year, but I bet you all agree that it’s also exhausting to try and organize Christmas and New Year’s Eve calendars, buy gifts, search for appropriate outfits for cocktails and parties and think about a lot of other details which sometimes make us want to overcome this wonderful period. Now that NYE party’s over we can take a breath, relax, and dedicate some time to us, to this new beginning. And what’s the best way to start a new year than by making plans and promises to ourselves or those around us. You can even find on the internet different top 10 new year’s resolutions. So, apparently, people want to spend more time with their families, go to the gym, quit smoking, be more organized etc. In helping you achieve all your future plans I have a little solution, which is above everything, fashionable – the kabbalah red string or the kabbalah bracelet.lot-10-kabbalah-red-string-bracelet-evil-eye-jewelry-kabala-charm-fashion-bangle_120881566099It is believed that the Red String protects from the bad influences of the Evil Eye. Kabbalah considers the Evil Eye as a very powerful negative force. The most popular Kabbalah bracelet is the famous red string that protects you against the negative forces I told you above, or it is said it also brings you fortune, because this is its second purpose when wearing it. It has to be worn, or tied on the left wrist (left being the receiving side). Originally, the Kabbalah bracelet was a simple red string wrapped one time or a couple of times around the wrist, but later, people tried to reinforce its powers by adding other protective symbols. Now you can find a huge variety of Kabbalah bracelets that range from very simplistic to sophisticated designs including Jewish Symbols. All these elements are supposed to fight the  Evil Eye and bring good fortune.

The Star of David

Chamsa (meaning the number five in Arabic)

Chamsa (meaning the number five in Arabic)

Chai (the Hebrew acronym Het Yud which literally means alive, symbolizes good luck, and stands for the number 18 according to Hebrew numerology Gemmatria).

Chai (the Hebrew acronym Het Yud which literally means alive, symbolizes good luck,
and stands for the number 18 according to Hebrew numerology Gemmatria).

red_string_hai_1Here are some other designs for you to admire and choose for good luck in 2013. Especially for those of you who are superstitious :)68218_128656290624968_1111962759_n

Kabbalah bracelets with Swarowski elements

Kabbalah bracelets with Swarowski elements

Kabbalah bracelets with Swarowski elements

Kabbalah bracelets with Swarowski elements

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311203_128655847291679_1720498986_nYou can even wear them on your wedding day, and hope you choose the right guy ;)

556871_128656063958324_939809159_nYou can find all the bracelets above on CC Charms Facebook page (by Cristina Celac) and order them. Good luck girls and don’t forget that in order to succeed a positive attitude is a must. ;)

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