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The Evil Eye by OmoOsanyin: 6:01pm On Mar 15
THE EVIL EYE


The phenomenon named the “evil eye” is well known to us all. What is the root of the damage caused by it? How can we protect ourselves from it?

The human being has the power to inflict damage on others in three ways: in a deed, that is to say, an act performed with his hands and feet; in speech – by spreading slander, gossip, and the like, and also by cursing. Both positive and negative thoughts about someone else have considerable power, as we shall see later.

Firstly – we need to understand how the curse works.

As soon as a person utters a blessing or curse, the words that are said are sometimes picked up by certain angels who have the power to elevate them to heaven – to the spiritual echelons. In the case of a
blessing, if it is the opportune time, it will perform its action, and its effect and influence will come down to the materialistic strata. In the case of a curse, God forbid, the words that were said evoke a denunciation of the person and cause his notebook above to be opened and checked. If he does not have enough merits in his favor, severe judgment can, God forbid, catch up with him.

Thus, the Sages of Blessed Memory (Chazal) said “Do not take lightly the blessing of a layman in your eyes”, because even if things were emitted from a simple man’s mouth, they sometimes have the power to make an influence between good and evil.

Secondly – I will explain how a person can cause damage by his thoughts.

The Book of the Zohar points out that when a person looks at others with the evil eye – that is to say, with envy – immediately an angel of destruction takes possession of the eye and can harm the person who is being looked at. This is because the moment a person’s thoughts are evil, evil also wants to stick to him.

Furthermore, if the person wants to transgress: the sin looks for an object to stick to. Thus the Sages of Blessed Memory (Chazal) said that the eyes are the pimps of crime since through the eyes the person
is attracted to sin.

Therefore, if a person wishes to become spiritually purified, he must actually begin by protecting the eyes.



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How Does the Evil Eye Cause Damage?




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Alaafia
Re: The Evil Eye by Luckynonso: 3:17am On Mar 16
hello bro.are u Jewish.if yes pls we need to talk.thanks
Re: The Evil Eye by OmoOsanyin: 8:23am On Mar 16
Luckynonso:
hello bro.are u Jewish.if yes pls we need to talk.thanks




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Alaafia
Re: The Evil Eye by OmoOsanyin: 4:01pm On Mar 16
How Does the Evil Eye Cause Damage?

Everything in Creation has a pipeline from heaven through which it receives its vitality. Through this pipeline, the heavily abundance transcends to man. However, there are things that are capable of
weakening or endangering this channel even if for a brief moment.

For example, a person who enters a dangerous place, because he knowingly exposed himself to danger, causes his notebook in the higher echelons to be opened and checked, in order to determine if he has accumulated enough merits to make a miracle for him and save him, or not. From this we learn that the “evil eye” can weaken this channel of abundance, thus causing the person quite a large part of the various troubles in his life.

From the words of the Sages of Blessed Memory (Chazal), “No blessing is but what is hidden from view” the explanation is brought to us that anything conspicuous that the eye can see, endangers us in
weakening the channel of abundance. This happens because the angel of destruction stuck to the eye of the person, whose thoughts are evil and his eyes are evil in themselves.

There are certain virtues that are useful in rescuing us from the evil eye and even revoking it, but this is not the place to extend and elaborate on this. The best thing to do is to keep away from a situation
that is likely to attract the “evil eye” to a person.

The person who harms others by his evil eye is not usually aware that he is causing damage. My advice, therefore, is that everyone should get into the habit of looking at everything with a good eye and not from hatred or envy. Thus, the words of King Solomon in the Book of Proverbs (22:9) will be carried out: “He that has a bountiful eye shall be blessed”.



Alaafia
Re: The Evil Eye by OmoOsanyin: 4:05pm On Mar 16
Diagnosing the Evil Eye:


According to Jewish tradition, everyone has the possibility to check whether the evil eye is on him or not. One of the ways of checking the evil eye is with the aid of oil and water.

Fill a bowl with water and place it under the bed or next to the bed, near your feet for one night.

In the morning before any action, take a tablespoon of oil (preferably virgin olive oil) and pour it slowly on to the water in the bowl. If all the oil floats on the top of the water, it means that the evil eye is not
cast on you. If part of the oil sinks (a few drops), it means that it is very likely that you have the evil eye on you. If all the oil sinks, it is likely that sorcery was performed on you.



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