This week’s theme for Corner View bloggers is “Hands,” and last week’s theme was “Synchronicities.” I’m re-blogging this post about Hamsas, which brings both themes together! (Thank you to Joanne, for suggesting these themes, back to back.)

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The other night I dreamed:

I see myself in my mirror wearing a red tunic edged with gold stitching. From my neck hangs an elaborate necklace with hamsas hanging from it: There’s one large hamsa at my heart center, then a smaller one hanging from that one. More hamsas come down the sides of the necklace. I look at myself in wonder.

When I woke, I reached over to my bedside table where I keep a variety of lovely objects, including a large metal hamsa and a tiny silver one on a red silk bracelet cord. Except the clasp on the bracelet broke long ago, so I keep it by my bedside and not on my wrist.

When I dressed, I put the hamsas in my pocket and rushed off to teach then to meet my friend, DNMNK in Cambridge for our Passover festivities.

We had an hour or so…

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  1. The image is intriguiging of the eye in the hand. I don`t really know about hamsas, and makes me curious…Just re-visited your story! Fun how all the synchronicities unfold…and I am sure continue to do so even now as you sleep:)) I love the part where you meet the lady in the red tunic! Happy adventures in wake and in sleep!!

    • Thanks, Jo! I love Hamsas. They are good luck symbols in the Middle East including Israel and Arab countries. That alone is a reason to love them 🙂 Then of course there is the power of healing hands, etc. etc. Not to mention their beauty. So I hope you will explore the wonderful world of Hamsas now 🙂

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