Historically, the concept of the evil eye was found in Greek and Roman texts as well as in The Koran, in Shakespeare, and in The Bible: (Proverbs 23:6: "Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, neither desire thou his dainty meats"). In essence, the evil eye is a magical curse. For example, if a person experiences bad luck, ill health or an unexplained disaster, the evil eye may be the answer.
As Milan Kundera said: "The eyes are the window to the soul." Shifting eyes are said to subtly betray liars, while a steady gaze may be endearing or menacing depending on the circumstances. Jealousy is the underlying emotion associated with the evil eye.
In "The Evil Eye: A Casebook," folklorist Alan Dundes said that "the victim's good fortune, good health, or good looks — or unguarded comments about them — invite or provoke an attack by someone with the evil eye."
I recently learned that many evil forces have been in my life for a long time. I have always seen the best in people and this has bitten me in the ass many times, but my real friends have been buying me a vast array of items to ward off the evil, including this evil eye, which will be affixed near my front door, as well as an assortment of healing gems, an evil eye bracelet from Knight&Hammer, and sage to burn off the evil energy. I never believed in magic but this really works. After all, Karma is like 69-you get what you give. As Helen Keller said, "No one has the right to consume happiness without producing it."
I am not attracted to things; I am attracted to energy. I am not attracted to people; I am attracted to energy. Energy is what makes the world go round, so be careful who you share your energy with. Don't let anyone ride your coat tails or suck you dry as emotional vampires do. Life is a succession of lessons that must be lived to be understood. I've learned that you must protect yourself. Consider life a figurative condom. Life feels better living carefree but you don't want to catch anything. So, wrap it up.