The Druids had a peculiar method of prophecy at the birth of a child. They warned about what a person should not do in order to avoid mortal danger. What are geese? And how do they work, acting on the subconscious of a person?
WHAT ARE GACES?
The Druids had a peculiar form of predictions - geissa. Most often they were used at the birth of a child. The essence of such a prediction was that the invited druid reported, for example, the following: "If a newborn on a sunny Thursday tastes an apple pie from the hands of a stranger, then his loved ones will die." Even if the druid's warning is a fiction, then in case of loss of loved ones, the first thing that comes to mind will be: "Did I eat apple pie on a sunny day …"
So, these instructions are one of the forms of geis, possibly passed down from generation to generation. By the way, all kinds of prophecies and the evil eye are also a kind of geese.
HOW GACES AFFECT FATE
According to scientific psychologists, such geisses may well influence the fate of a person. Unwittingly, he will begin to avoid something, and when faced with his personal "prediction" - he can become his victim.
Now let's remember what our parents and loved ones told us in our youth. Do not … Do not go there, otherwise something will happen to you … Never … Such forms of warnings about a perceived danger affect the subconscious of a person. Especially - if laid down in childhood. Living with such "formulas" embedded in the subconscious, a person unconsciously forms an "event field" around him, where such a geis can be the cause of failure or unhappiness.
HOW NOT TO CLICK THE BAD
There is an expression: "To incite trouble." To understand for yourself where danger may lie in wait, you should remember what you were warned about in your youth. And you should also pay attention not to what we say to our children. After all, we unconsciously pass on "hereditary gays", sincerely believing that we wish our children well and are just trying to protect them from possible dangers.
Perhaps the most important thing is not to get carried away with the "enumeration" of possible misfortunes. It has long been noticed that what happens to us is exactly what we fear most …