Hamsa hand


The Hamsa hand

The Hamsa Hand is a universal sign of protection, power and strength that dates back to ancient Mesopotamia. Known as the Hand of Fatima in Islam and Hand of Miriam in Judaism, it's believed to protect against against the evil eye and and all negative energies.


The word “Hamsa” means “five,” representing the fingers of the right hand.

The Hamsa Prayer

 Let no sadness come to this heart, Let no trouble come to these arms. Let no conflict fill these eyes, Let my soul be filled with the blessing of joy and peace.

 

The word “Hamsa” means “five,” representing the fingers of the right hand. For Hindus and Buddhists, it symbolizes chakras, energy flow in the body, the five senses and the mudras that effect them.

 

Each finger connects to an element and chakra: Thumb- Fire element, solar plexus chakra. Forefinger-

 

Air element, heart chakra. Middle Finger- Ethereal elements, throat chakra. Ring Finger- Earth element, root chakra. Pinky Finger- Water element, sacral chakra.

 

Direction of Hamsa hand display

There are two ways to display the Hamsa: Hand Facing Down or Varada Mudra When the Hamsa hand faces down, it opens you up to all of the abundance and goodness of the universe, welcoming them into your life.

 

Hand facing down also brings fertility and answers to prayers and manifestations. In this position, the fingers are closed together to bring good luck.

 

Hand Facing Up or Abhaya Mudra When the Hamsa hand is facing up, it is a universal sign against evil.

 

It is a powerful sign of protection, and shields us from our inner thoughts of hatred, jealousy and insecurities.

 

In this case, the fingers are spread apart to ward off evil.

 

Bottom line: I sincerely hope your Hamsa charm bringa you real lasting love,  peace, luck and happiness.

 

Kisses to my sisters and brothers xxx real love or nothing,

Rose