Folk omens and superstitions about clothes
In ancient times, people believed that clothing is tightly connected with its owner. In the world there are a large number of signs and superstitions associated with clothing. For example, the Papuans from Tumeleo, having lost their thing, climb from skin to find it. This people clothing is considered the second skin of a person.
And in Prussia it was believed that through clothing you can influence a person. If a person breaks a piece of clothing with sticks or cuts it, then he will feel bad. You should not be skeptical about these superstitions, since the clothing of a person is really capable of storing the energy of his master.
What are the signs about clothes?
- Putting the thing inside out, backwards in front of or fastening the wrong buttons is a bad omen. In order to avoid trouble, you just need to wear something else. However, this folk omen does not act on underwear. If you want to attract good luck, then put on your underwear inside out.
- If you put on a thing for the first time, you can make a wish. There is also a belief that if you put a coin in the pocket of a new thing, it will attract money.
- For big holidays it is customary to wear new things. This promised success and well-being.
- You can not give your old clothes to the poor or poor relatives can not — it can bring trouble to you. Remember that with the thing you give your energy.
- Do not buy clothes for the last money! If you bought something, and you have the last penny left in your wallet, then this clothes will automatically attract money to you.
- You can not wear clothes from the left sleeve — it will attract trouble.
- It is not recommended to wear the same clothes for several days in a row. Clothing absorbs not only your energy, but also the energy of the world, which is often negative. Even your most favorite things sometimes need to rest and be cleared of accumulated information.
- Take care of clothes, as it “works” for you, forms your image. And what will be the attitude, so will your image.
To believe or not to believe in these national signs and superstitions is your business. Remember that only what you truly believe comes true. Good luck and don’t forget to press the buttons and