There is an ancient legend, the legend of the red thread, according to which it does not matter what relationship two people are in at a certain point in life or whether they are separated in different parts of the world. They will always be connected, even if they are not together until the end of the road…
That red thread known as destiny can never be broken no matter what happens. It doesn't matter how long it takes to meet the other or how long you've been apart. You may live on the other side of the world, the thread will stretch and the heart will remain connected. The thread is from birth and is spun throughout life. The moon is said to appear every night to meet each newborn and unite the new souls with a red thread tied around their finger. It is the universal Energy who decides the future and guides the soul through life so that it is never lost, even in the farthest reaches of the earth…
Many famous people from all over the world have recently been wearing a red thread on their left wrist.( A very unusual but a fact with a great deep roots back in the old times).
In our country this is considered a sure way to protect oneself from negative surroundings or negative energy, and all over the world it is done just because of the fascination of more and more people for the religious teachings of Kabbalah.
According to Kabbalah, the red thread is a powerful energy channel that has the ability to influence a person's destiny and behavior. This seemingly very basic thing -the wool thread- even helps people succeed in their endeavors.
The red thread tied on the wrist of the left hand protects against negative energy and helps to achieve the desired goals.
The red thread is tied on the left hand, as negative energy is believed to attack us from the left. The red thread is a barrier to negative energy and bad thoughts. In order for the red thread to start working properly, it must be tied according to special rules.
The red thread will protect you only if it is tied by a person with whom you mutually share love and in whom you have complete and utter trust.
These are most often parents, grandparents, own children or other incredibly close people. The red thread must have seven main knots, each of the knots symbolizing a certain energy Force. While they are tying the red thread on your arm, you should mentally wish for protection from bad influences and bad thoughts.
The most powerful red safety threads nowadays are bought in the small Israeli town of Netivot, where they are made by "cutting the thread with which the tomb of one of the Jewish female ancestors, Rachel, was wrapped."(of course you are free to believe the origin of the threads sold there or not)
Kabbalistic centers around the world also sell such threads… But you can use a simple red thread, as long as you charge it with the energy of your loved one, who will tie it on your wrist first with the focused positive intention for health and prosperity and will tie the main knots with respect to every Force - Universe/God, Air, Water, Fire, Earth, and the person in question. If the loved person suddenly falls ill, his closest one should immediately tie the red thread of woolen yarn to his left hand. This thread should have the main 7 positively charged knots of the person and the unique Forces.
For us it is a tradition and we renew the red thread each spring for a reason but for many people it has become a fashion lately with the wide range of other Kabbalah teachings. The most important thing to remember is to be aware of what energy we exchange and with whom.
So… Red Thread 🧵 wisely…
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