You always hear your grandmother or older relatives talk about common superstitions on a regular basis. Well, don't you think it's time to understand what all the fuss is about? No worries, I'm here to help! Superstitions usually come from a fear of the unknown or a lack of knowledge in something. It stems from human's early attempt to explain the strange occurrences in nature. The 9 that I have found are most the most common superstitions that most people know; check it out!
1. Broken Mirrors
Common superstitions are hard to believe in this day and age, but they still have a pretty big impact on some people. For instance, mirrors have always had both negative and positive connotations. They are said to be a representation of your soul. However, if you break it, as the superstition goes (most likely a larger one rather than a small one), you will have bad luck for 7 years. It's because it was believed that you were damaging a part of your soul by breaking the mirror. Yikes! To ward off this negative energy, spin around three times counter-clockwise to confuse the negative spirits. That is, if you believe in them.