Eye Twitches: Spiritual Meaning And Causes

 April 29, 2019




 

2. Indian eye twitching superstitions

Many Indian superstitions also assign different meanings to eye twitches.

Right eye twitching

According to Indian superstitions, twitching of your right eye is a good sign. It means that you might have good fortune coming up .Therefore if your right eye twitches before a big life event, like job interview or presentation, it might turn out in your favor.

Left eye twitching

According to Indian superstition, left eye twitching has different meaning based on the gender.

If a woman’s left eye is twitching, it is a positive sign and an indication of good fortune but if a man’s left eye is twitching, it is considered as a bad omen.

 

3. Hawaii eye twitching

Hawaiian culture also has few superstitions based on eye twitches.

Left eye twitching

According to Hawaiian superstitions, if your left eye twitches, you can expect a visit from a stranger. However, if your left eye twitches persistently and very often, a death may be coming in the family.

Right eye twitching

According to Hawaiian superstitions, twitching of your right eye could mean that there will be a new child born in the family.

 




4. Africa superstitions

There are many different cultures in Africa and many have different superstitions. However, the two cultures that have superstitions related to eye twitches are Cameroonians and the Nigerians.

Left eye twitching

The Cameroonians believe that twitching of the left eye mostly lead to an event that will bring tears to you. The Nigerians believe that if your left eye twitches, it could bring misfortune. It could be any misfortune like loss of money or job or loved ones.

Right eye twitching

According to Cameroonians, if your right eye twitches, it might mean that an unexpected visitor will meet you.

 

Non-superstitious Eye Twitching Causes

If you’re someone who is not into superstitions and want to find out the causes of eye twitches that are non-superstitious, read on.

Eye twitching can also be triggered due to following causes:

1) Stress

Stress is the probably the most common cause of eye twitching and any methods of alleviating stress can help to alleviate eye twitching.

Yoga, deep breathing, meditation, spending time with friends and pursuing hobbies, going on a retreat and including regular breaks in your schedule are few of the ways that can help to reduce stress and alleviate eye twitching.

 

2) Fatigue

Lack of sleep and constant fatigue can also trigger eye twitching.

It is important to take proper rest and sleep for continuous 6 to 8 hours every night to avoid fatigue.

 

3) Eye Strain

Eye twitching can also be triggered due to eye strain caused due to too much time spent on digital eye screens.

It is very important to take regular breaks from your digital devices like laptops, tablets or smart phones.

Make it a point to look way from your screens every twenty minutes and allow your eyes to focus on a distant object for few seconds.

You can also get computer eye glasses to relieve digital eye strain.




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