Evil Eye Protection

I’ve been fascinated by evil eye protection for a while. After my health scare last year I’ve been more open to spiritual healing and protection. As well as learning about the ways other cultures have used tools like the evil eye for both.

The evil eye is an ancient talisman that is said to protect the wearer from harm by deflecting negative energy back to the person who sent it. This summer I was traveling through Greece and saw so many incredible versions of this popular piece. Take a look at this video from a Greek boutique I visited.

Evil Eye Protection:

Known as Mati in Greece this symbol has been used across the region for thousands of years as an invisible shield against curses, jealousy, and negative energy. Seeing the evil eye on various items in Greece is extremely common.

Since the evil eye is known to absorb negative and evil energy, it makes a great gift. Here are a few evil eye accessories that will make great gifts or addition to your home.

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Hanging Crystal Suncatcher Evil Eye Protection and Good Luck Charm $7

Evil Eye Accordion Credit Card Holder $8

Evil Eye Round Mouse Pad $9

Evil Eye Metal Sign $10

Evil Eye Ring Display Rack $18

Evil Eye Plant Pot $17

 Evil Protection Candle $18

Evil Eye Coaster $20

Evil Eye Half Round Doormat $28

Evil Eye Tote Bag $40

Which of these pieces do you like best? Let us know in the comments.

Annette Richmond

Annette Richmond is an award-winning content creator, travel writer, public speaker and advocate. Richmond is an immigrant that splits her time between Mexico and the United States. The creator of the fat positive travel community Fat Girls Traveling is a native Californian. Annette got her start in the fashion industry working in trend forecasting and public relations. Her love for travel inspired her to start Fat Girls Traveling in 2017 which is where she and Amanda met. When she's not creating diverse travel, fashion, and beauty content for The Fat Girls Guide she is hosting Fat Camp retreats and fat positive tours. In her spare time you can find her speaking publicly and writing articles promoting diversity and inclusivity, recording her new podcast, or sipping a margarita on the beach. Richmond hopes to continue to inspire other marginalized people to see the world and be seen.

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