The Red bracelet for Protection

A little bit of history…

The Red Bracelet is used in different cultures ans religions throughout the world.

In Judaism

In Jewish culture, the Red Thread protects against the evil eye.

It is also worn as a symbol of faith and spiritual connection with God, especially in Kabbalah.

In Hinduism

In Hinduism it is used to protect against negative energies and evil spirits.

It is also considered a symbol of love and affection.

The Red Thread also appears in other family and marital ceremonies in Hindu culture. For example, it is attached to both the bride and groom during a Hindu wedding ceremony to symbolize the bond between husband and wife.

In South America

In South America, it is also customary in Latino culture to tie a Red Thread to ward off the evil eye, or bad vibrations.

Babies often wear a Red Thread on their wrists or ankles as a sign of protection.

In China

The Chinese believe the Red Thread is the "chain of destiny".

It binds two individuals together through the supreme power of love and mutual trust. It is not only for loving soulmates, but also for parents, friends, siblings and those who add value to our entire existence. It is also said that when an entire family wears the Red Thread, it is like a spiritual blessing for everyone that lasts for generations. This allows family members to better connect and support each other in times of need.

In Japan

In Japan the Red Thread is called "unmei pas akai ito" The two people linked by the Red Thread are destined lovers, regardless of place, time or circumstances. This magic cord may stretch or tangle, but never breaks.

This myth is similar to the Western concept of a soulmate or destined partner.

In Buddhism

In Buddhism, a red thread is also tied around the wrist.

When given, red bracelets bless people with luck and protection.