According to Wikipedia. A ring is a small circular band, typically of precious metal and often set with one or more gemstones, worn on a finger as an ornament or a token of marriage, engagement, or authority. Rings have special messages and purposes. I’m recent times, rings have become very trendy and fashionable. Do you ever pay attention to these messages and consequences?
Most times I see people wear rings on their middle finger. Some, I ask why and they claim it’s just for fun. You’re wearing a ring on your finger just for fun? That finger has a purpose and a message it gives anytime there’s a ring on it.
That ring can be made powerful for your life journey and success. The location of this finger says a lot about what it symbolizes in spirituality. It lies in the middle of the hand and has spiritual significance in the areas of balance, law, justice, responsibility and challenge. It is, however, agreed that wearing a ring on the middle finger shows that you have spiritual powers and also a responsible for any consequences. If you’re going through a spiritual journey or perhaps soul-searching, then you can wear your ring on the middle finger.
Anybody who is a spiritualist or an occultist can also look into your soul and fight you because the ring on the middle finger shows you’re spiritually strong and hard and anybody who has powers should also come for a challenge. So imagine you’re not an occultist or a deep spiritualist too, then it means your soul will be harmed or taken away. Next time before you wear a ring, consider what message you want to communicate to yourself and others before putting it on. We all need external reminders about the things that we experience, even on a spiritual level. Why wear a ring just for fun when you can enchant it to give you spiritual benefits in life? You can wear your ring on whatever finger you want, apart from the middle finger. No matter what, don’t wear a ring on your middle finger. We’re taking most things for fun with no sense and we’re paying dearly for it. Let’s be cautious!
Source: Kojo Odehe, Fredrick Kofi Deladem Dro (Talking GH)