Left Eye Blinking Astrology

  • LEFT EYE BLINKING FOR MALE

    If there is twitching of the left eye for men, then you will be doing hard work and there will be a difficult time in your life and career. Left eye blinking is not a very good indicator for Males.

    LEFT EYE BLINKING FOR  FEMALE

     Twitching of a female's left eye is a sign of hopeful sign in your life. You can hear some good news from some relatives. There will be peace and happiness in the family.

     

     EYE TWITCHING ACCORDING TO TIME

    The meaning of the jumping eye can also change with the change in timings. According to this idea: If the right eye twits between in the morning time period of 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM, you can receive an invitation.

    The same twitching between 5:00 PM to 6:00 AM signals a tragedy.

    A few other people, however, claim lower eyelid jerking suggests sobbing. The jerking of the above eyelid shows that you will face any guest anytime soon, and the guest will have a unique place in your life.

    In some cultures, the blinking of the right eye is associated with the death of some nearby family members.

    Also, according to a belief system, the twitching of the right eye is alarming. It is an indication that someone is praising you or you may get to hear some pleasure able news. It is an indication of an encounter with an unexpected person.

    The twitching of the eye is a normal process; it is brief, and gradually fades away. It does not require proper care and diet, though there are periods when it will last longer. If the twitching lasts long it may be worth taking care of. The twitching may be a symptom of a neurological condition.

    The excessive twitching of the eyes can be associated with extreme fatigue, unsuitable sleep and longer periods of work on the phone. Maybe you need a pair of glasses.

    Seeing a doctor is necessary if: The right eye twitching occurs for more than 3 days.

    If your eye twitching stretches out to other areas of your face.

    EYE TWITCHING IN ASTROLOGY

    When you notice flushing, swelling, or redness on your forehead.