Do you know, a lot of cures that we use in Feng Shui nowadays, are looked upon as ‘Superstition’ by people who do not understand how Feng Shui works. Every culture has its own sets of superstitions. I remember a few superstitions that I grew up with in India. One of them was ‘Not to cut nails at night time’. I can’t remember what the consequence was if someone did cut their nails at night.
I am sure there was a logical explanation behind the superstition. I think it might have started a long time ago, when there was no electricity, and people avoided cutting nails at night time, because they couldn’t see what they were doing and so that they didn’t hurt themselves in the process. And, that tradition carried on through generations. I might be wrong. If you have any other explanation for this particular superstition, please let me know.
I loved this picture taken from Campus Link. It depicts not only the superstition but the consequence of the superstition, if someone didn’t follow it 😁.
Let’s have some fun with superstitions. Did you grow up with any superstitions? I would love to hear your stories regarding your cultural superstitions. Who knows, we might be able to see a connection between your superstitions and Feng Shui.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Shelly Singh 💕
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