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Kabbalah bracelets, what do they mean and how to wear them

Very popular lately, as an expression of spirituality borrowed from other traditions, Kabbalah bracelets largely owes its renown fashion and enjoyed interest to the celebrities. It is believed that they bring good luck, protecting us against the negative influence exerted by others.

Kabbalah bracelet

Kabbalah bracelet

But the red bracelet you see hanging from Madonna’s left wrist originated in the Kabbalah and Jewish worship was regarded as a talisman defending people from the “evil eye” and other negative feelings like jealousy, envy or hatred. In Jewish tradition, Kabbalah bracelet should to be twisted 7 times around the left wrist, which the Jews see as a spiritual energy flow channel, and then blessed with Hebrew blessings.

Madonna

Madonna

Today people don’t twist them 7 times around the wrist and the only thing that they’ve kept is the belief that the bracelet will keep you safe and the fact that it has to be made from a red string and a noble material.

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande

But the current trend urges you to wear Kabbalah bracelets not only to protect yourself from the bad influence of others, but to fulfill your desires. They say that once you’ve linked a bracelet from your hand you must formulate your desire, but without sharing it, and without ever removing the red jewel. Kabbalah bracelet will break when you wish will come true.

Harry Styles

Harry Styles

Madonnna was the Kabbalah bracelets popular all around the world, and then many celebrities such as Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Ashton Kutcher, Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens were seen with red bracelets around their hands.

But the Kabbalah bracelets success story does not stop there. Its followers began to be more and more diverse, from the youngest to the oldest, but sharing a common denominator of success. So David and Victoria Beckham, Lauren Conrad, Ariana Grande, Rihanna, One Direction Harry Styles from or Avril Lavigne were spotted wearing it in many situations.

 

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