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Evil eye jewellery is not so different from other jewellery. The design and the material used to make it reflect the value or the significance of the symbol being worn. The most important thing to remember is to be sensitive to the need of others and respect their wishes. However, it can be fun to create a little mischief with a pair of earrings or a bracelet.According to Hindu belief, people who are cursed by the god of the rain will fall under the effect of an evil eye. The animal associated with bad luck such as rabbit, snake, pigeon and even the four-legged praying mantis are considered to be a form of protection. While negative energy associated with animals is not desirable, it can be fun to throw a small dog bone or a crumpled piece of paper into the face of a person who has just been cursed. It is believed that this action will cause the aura of bad luck to be transferred to the recipient. Of course, it is also important to remember that every human being is entitled to their own opinion, and anyone is entitled to respect and also to free speech.
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Although the value of evil eye jewellery is as traditional as the wearing of any other jewellery it is worth remembering that it is for all ages and it is up to the individual to choose how far they wish to take the concept. Some children may find that wearing an evil eye necklace with a bracelet with a clove or snake or even a gold ring are cute and clever. For older children, it is worth remembering that you should keep the evil eye jewellery away from children so that they can feel safe. However, younger children may find the idea of wearing the evil eye jewellery to be funny.Sometimes the family, friends or colleagues may be the recipients of an evil eye. The main issue is the removal of the evil eye jewellery so that it does not offend someone else. This is usually carried out with the use of scissors, nail clippers or even a pair of safety scissors. To make sure that the process is carried out correctly, it is worth remembering that there is a good chance that it is not always appropriate to wear the evil eye jewellery to an event such as a wedding.
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In other cases, the evil eye is worn to a high level of class. In some cases, the evil eye is also worn to a higher level of class in order to give an aura of respect and authority.During the Christening of a baby, the Christian community will often wear the sacred cross which is associated with the evil eye, and sometimes they will even make a light, short cross. An alternative to wearing the sacred cross would be a one of a kind silver cross, also made by the particular Christian denomination.
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On special occasions such as Christmas, when the evil eye is worn as part of the traditions, it is important to remember that it should not be looked upon with suspicion. For example, the tradition of wearing a cat skull around the evil eye jewellery to ward off evil is considered to be highly amusing. When combined with many other religious or traditional jewellery, such as the Swarovski crystal beads, these items can create a lovely, quirky jewellery set that is certainly not to be avoided. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to determine what to do with the evil eye, but regardless of the outcome, there is no doubt that it is a fun way to express yourself. In fact, if you are looking for a new and interesting way to express yourself or to get creative with your jewellery, then the old jewellery designers have a ready-made range of the evil eye jewellery.