It has been said through many passed generations and hopefully many more generations to come that the hamsa meaning is reflected by using hasma symbols for protection from evil. It can also establish positive energy and provide good luck, while others say that it brings good health, wealth, fortune, peace and happiness.
The meaning of hamsa
The hamsa hand meaning is important to Jewish followers and others too. Hamsa is used in a house to symbolize peace and blessing, and therefore, it is said to be known as an effective home blessing and a source of happiness. The hamsa wall symbol comes in different shapes and has different messages inscribed to be hung on the walls of homes, work places and even in some schools. It is usually shaped like the right hand of a person with an eye like design on the center of the palm. The eye found at the center of the hand symbolizes the evil eye that punishes all those who enter the house with evil intentions. It is supposed to deflect the evil forces away. Other hamsa symbols come in different shapes and have different messages on them, for example, blessings that talk about love, peace, unity, good health, wealth and prosperity in one’s house.
Why hang hasma symbols in your home?
The hamsa charm and symbol is mostly hung next to the front door, as many people prefer to do so in the belief that the door is the entrance to the whole house, so if anything bad was to come into the house, it would probably pass through the door first. The hamsa pendant can be hung easily. All hasma symbols are able to capture evil. This ensures that the bad looks that someone gives or bad luck they intent would not enter the house. One may also have more than one hand of hamsa symbol in the house; they can also be hung on the house walls to protect the living room where most people sit. Jewish hamsa symbols are also put into every room of the house to offer maximum protection against evil forces. Some People from different cultures even go as far as having the hamsa symbol built into the building structure of their homes. This is usually being done at the top of the roof or just somewhere in the house or outside; the hamsa symbol protects the whole house and the whole garden footprint too.
It can help to make sure that No one with evil intentions will have the chance to get in the garden let alone the house with the powers(intended or not) to cast a evil eye upon you and your surroundings. It also brings a great deal of good luck, and many people living in these homes are very successful and they tend to have a lot of luck. You may have seen the hamsa symbol in Hindu house structures and in Jewish houses. People who are starting new businesses hope for good luck and success also use the hamsa to promote good look and positivity. They usually place the hamsa next to their cash registers to ensure prosperity. Many business owners believe that any cash-place protected by the hamsa makes their business somewhat more successful and that it protects their money to not be stolen by anybody or be misused by the owners. A pregnant woman is advised to wear the hamsa pendant to protect her unborn baby. The baby is protected from any evil, evil eye or speech that includes bad intentions so that the baby is delivered healthy and strong. Some use the pendant so that the mother may not have a miscarriage. A child is also advised to wear a pendant at a tender age, as this also protects them from all evil and promotes good luck in the child’s life. Moreover, a hamsa hung in a home is said to help to discourage internal conflicts within a household, and as such, family fights and feuds so that the family would have peaceful conversations throughout their lifetime.
What is a hamsa all about?
The hamsa is there to protect people against evils. These protective powers had been proven by many different cultures and by different generations. In short, if you want a successful life that does not have any misfortunes or shortcomings, a hamsa is the only pendant that can ensure all that for you. It is said that life can be a bit expensive these days, that is why people tend not to spend money on items that relate to fortune(since it may or may not work) but it is better to consider the virtues and benefits of using pendants and charms that can bring wealth to its bearer. If you had a successful period, put the hamsa in your house and prevent jealous friends that may stare at your home with an evil-eye glance.
At the end of the day, all you actually have, you have worked for, but you would not want harm to come to your standards of living due to losing everything because of evil vibes. Seek an advice from those who believe in the powers of the hamsa and have already felt the effect of this mystical item. It is real and those who have used it can testify to that.
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