Sterling Silver Kabbalah Protection Against Evil Eye, Jewish Ring
Sterling silver ring harnesses power of Kabbalah to protect wearer against the Evil Eye by creating strong willpower that can't be overcome by a strange force.
According to Kabbalah, Judaism's mystical tradition, the Evil Eye (Ayin Hara in Hebrew) - a very powerful negative force. The Evil Eye refers to the unfriendly glances we sometimes get from people around us. When people look at us jealously or out of malice, their gaze can affect us, keeping us from realizing our full potential.
Stand firm against the Evil Eye with this sterling silver Kabbalah ring from Dan Designs. The ring is intended to create strong willpower in the wearer, thus enabling him or her to repel foreign negative energies.
This silver ring is set with two round polished turquoises on either side of the ring face. Turquoises are believed to bring good fortune, and blues and greens are generally regarded as good-luck colors.
The round face of the ring features a smooth border of polished sterling silver on a background of oxidized silver. Inside the circle is a ring of ancient Hebrew letters, Kabbalistic symbols meant to keep the Evil Eye at bay. The raised silver letters surround a raised teardrop shape, carved with four more ancient letters.
Kabbalah warns that one should never underestimate the negative influence of the Evil Eye. People need to take steps to combat it. Anyone who fails to protect themselves will eventually become a victim. We can remove negative influences and, more importantly, we have the potential to eradicate negativity forever, so raise your hand and your heart against negative energies headed your way!
Wear this ring yourself or give it as a gift. Jewish jewelry always makes a wonderful present, and Kabbalah jewelry and amulets are known for their abilities to bring protection, success, good luck, security, wealth, and health to their wearers. Each piece has its own unique mystical powers and special meaning, allowing you to select the one that best meets the needs of the wearer. 'Kabbala' literally translates to 'receiving' and refers to receiving the hidden mystical truths behind Jewish thought and Jewish traditions.