What not to do before the road: people's superstitions

Superstitions will help avoid problems. Source: Pixabay

Before an important trip, people try to carefully plan everything so that there are no unexpected surprises. People's superstitions will help to avoid trouble and easily survive the trip.

People who believe in superstitions, be sure to perform a series of rituals to make the trip a success. Therefore OBOZREVATEL gathered the tips that will help avoid trouble.

You should not wash your hair on the same day that you plan to travel

According to ancient superstitions, washing your hair also washes away protection in front of the dark forces, which takes away your good luck. Therefore, perform this procedure the day before you travel or after you arrive.

Never go back when you have left the threshold of the house

Even if you forget something, do not return home, it is considered a bad sign. The ancestors believed that the threshold was the boundary between the world of the dead and the living. When you left home, you are accompanied by positive energy, but when you come back, it can make the spirits angry and they will give you trouble.

No sewing before a trip

When you sew your clothes before you leave, it means that you stitch up success and good luck, thus attracting illness, quarrels and financial difficulties. It is better to do this when you arrive or leave these things at home.

Put a photo of a loved one out of your wallet

At first glance, the photo is just a reference to the relatives, but it can lead to unpleasant consequences. Magicians make charms through a person's picture, so if you lose the photo, or a person with bad intentions sees it, it can attract bad luck to the person depicted in the photo. Therefore, it is better to leave the photo at home before the trip.

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