Do you have a good luck charm?
About 2 years ago, my husband and I purchased good luck charms online. According to the website, the pendants emit special vibrations and will help to bring good fortune into our lives.
Instead of skepticism, we felt there must be something to it. So we purchased some necklaces with different type of emits, one of which was a silver charm with a rolled edge.
One morning while wondering around the house, we heard a loud whisper. It was a pleasant whisper,and did not jive with our religious faith walk. So I laid the necklace out on the night stand and replied quietly, “Did that mean…?”
“Yes,” I heard in my head. “It means…?”
I had not considered that there were two sides to every story.
After thinking the whisper was some subtle Easter Bunny code, I turned on the TV for some general news. Just as things were beginning to settle, a news segment was rolled to conclusion, and I saw a reference to a so-called “Good Luck Charm Ritual”.
Immediately I began to research Good Luck Charms into trying to determine if any of the many Indian tribes had – or still to this day – use ofGood Luck Charms.
What I found is interesting. One of the Indian tribes that useGood Luck Charms are theCherokee. They are renowned for this use and have written numerous books on the subject.
In fact, Indian-Americans have usedGood Luck Charmsfor a long time. These charms are said to bring success, happiness and prosperity.
A lot of people consider the creation of Good Luck Charmsa “problem” raiser, while others believe they bring extra luck into their lives.
Some won’t posses the charm thinking it is a lot of nonsense. The Cherokee hope to bring prosperity to their lives, and have for several generations.
Good Luck Charmslike the traditional Mayan Sea Saltier, are mainly used to dissolve problems such as stress, anger and sadness, and to strengthen assertiveness and self-esteem.
Some people believe that putting a Good Luck Charm like a vigilance corners into your pocket or handbag will bring you extra happiness, security and even prosperity.
On the other hand, a Good Luck Charm is also said to bring disaster and misfortune to you. It is believed that placing it in your pocket or handbag will bring misfortune to you, your family members, find fault with you such that you become passive-aggression, and you’ll make some bad friends.
However, the charm can sometimes be helpful even if you later discover that it brought harm to you. It is believed that placing one in the mouth of a dog or cat might cause them to stop what they are doing for a while, and perhaps alert the owner.
A dog who barks at something for no apparent reason, or a cat with an uncanny ability to know where to fend for food will lead to the belief that the animal is becoming a “Guardian Angel.”
More and more people are calling on their lucky charms, wearing them as jewelry or wearing them as clothing. But just what are theseGood Luck Charms? They are ancient, modern idols, created by Tibetan monks who seek an enduring image for their regretful ancestors.
Though Charms have been a crucial part of the worlds culture for eons, they have not been without controversy. Early Christian Charms were strongly against of the Judaism religion. Some Jewish in closeted Charms have been later seen as a way to Give Grace. An ancient Chinese charm was compared to a calling Buddha, and its image was partially carved into a rock. Likewise, a Hebrew charm incorporating the letters of the Torah (KIZ referenced at the beginning of this post) have long been seen as a way to protect against assimilation.
These ancient Jewish Charms are generally valued for their prosperity, health, and protective qualities. They are worn by men, women, and children. And, this is one of the reasons why they have grown in popularity to what today is an international phenomenon.
There are seven widely recognized Charms of the Holy Jewish Pentecostal Faith.
The Winning Better Health Charms
The educational benefits of wearing a winning better health charm or amulet are [ undoubtedly ] obvious. The thought of having a Health Conqueror plaque on your window or car reflective of your hard earned, positive achievements is sure to be a better, healthier world.
Wearing a Health Conqueror goes beyond the medical benefits. The psychological and emotional benefits are immeasurably fulfilling.