By Linda Lee

I am pretty skeptical, as I do not think that people really have ‘back luck‘ to begin with. But a new study says that the ‘ bad luck’ really can be reversed by carrying out rituals like knocking on wood and throwing salt. The study from the University of Chicago found that these superstitions actually do ‘reverse’ perceived likelihood of bad fortune. Do you think these rituals really work, or that by thinking you will not have ‘bad luck’ brings more good luck in your life?

Knocking on wood is the most common superstition in Western culture used to reverse bad fortune or undo a jinx.

What superstitions do you have?


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