Weird Spiritual Practices: What's Up With The Red String?

More so in the last few years a lot more people are sporting the red string bracelet on the wrists. I’ve had mine for the last 2 years now on my left wrist, and when it breaks I simply replace it. I even put one on my daughter’s left wrist, and given them to friends and loved ones hoping to express love, wishes of good luck, and protection.…

What Is the Meaning of Red String Bracelets? Synonym

In Hindu tradition, sacred red string bracelets are known as "kalava" or "mauli," which translates to "above all." Stephen Knapp, author of the ebook "Basic Points About Vedic Culture/Hinduism: A Short Introduction," notes that the kalava is tied onto a man's right wrist and a woman's left wrist at the beginning of a ceremony.…

The Story of the Red String HuffPost

Though coming from all walks of life they have one thing in common: they always notice the red string I wear around my left wrist and want to know, why. I wear my crimson red string as a talisman; thought to have magical powers of protection and rewards of good luck. The custom of wearing the red string dates back to Genesis 38 and is worn to ...Author: Honey Good…

Red String Bracelets: What's the Jewish Significance? My ...

The red string bracelets these women are hawking are part of a whole genre of folk traditions having to do with ayin hara, or the evil eye. Some people believe that tying one of these red strings around your left wrist will ward off bad luck. Others believe that a single woman should wear the string until it falls off naturally, at which point ...…

The Red String - Kabbalah

Jul 30, 2015 · It says that we should tie a Red String as protection from the Evil Eye, on the left hand as it is the receiving side. I read that this custom does not appear in the Torah. So, I wonder what happens if the string is on the right hand? I would like to know as I have been wearing it for 30 years on the right hand. ... The Red String is not a ...…