The eyes never lie. The famous saying "the eyes are the mirror of the soul" refers, in fact, to the ability of sight to reflect with immediacy feelings, emotions and sensations, revealing, totally or partially, the character and the intentions of the person we're staring at. The best way to understand who we have in front of us is looking him/her in the eyes. The belief that the eye reveals temperament and emotional experience of people, is known as much as the belief of the eye as "open window to a wider world " , representing the starting point of the distinction between positive and negative thoughts.
Nazar Boncuk (pronounced as Nasar Bongiuc in Turkish), also called the "Evil Eye Stone" or Munçuk, is an amulet of the Turkish tradition, but is now common also in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Armenia, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq and Azerbaijan, where the is often hung in houses, offices, cars, children's clothing, or incorporated in jewellery and ornaments.
This Turkish Nazar (The word is derived from the Arabic نظر, "sight") is a glass bead characterized by a blue glass field with a blue or black dot superimposed on a white or yellow center. Historically old, the blue bead has gained importance as an item of popular culture in Modern Turkey. The bead probably originated in the Mediterranean and is associated with the development of glass making. Written documents and extant beads date as early as the 16th century BC. Glass beads were made and widely used throughout the ancient world: from Mesopotamia to Egypt, from Phoenicia to Persia, and throughout the Roman imperial period.