Come on - be honest. Are there any superstitious things you still do? Is there a dried out four-leaf clover in your wallet or purse? Do you refuse to pass the salt? Do you dread Friday the 13th?
For me: I absolutely refuse to walk through a fairy ring. In the part of the world where I grew up, you just don't.
I have a silent chant when I make phone calls: "please go to voice mail, please go to voice mail..." No, not a superstition nor a prayer. Maybe a mantra. But no, I can't think of any superstitions I hold. I pretty much have disproved the breaking a mirror superstition. Black cats are just cats, albeit really dark. Haven't seen a 4 leaf clover in ages, and rabbits feet aren't good for the rabbit why would anyone carry one.
I have no superstitions. I would open my umbrella in the house then walk under a ladder, behind a black cat, on my way to the airport to fly somewhere on Friday the 13th and stay in a hotel on the 13th floor without any concern whatsoever...even if I accidentally broke my mirror that morning and spilled the salt while eating breakfast.
Sometimes I think I'll spontaneous combust upon entering a church, but haven't had any luck yet . But seriously the only things I can think of are certain things that my ultra superstitious grandma tried to drill into my brain as a child. I can hear her voice already (she was WWII refugee, originally from the USSR) For any rash or blemish: "Put Vaseline!" For achey legs: "Soak in Vinegar!" For hair that goes over your eyes: "You go cross-eyed!" When car windows are open: "No shut it before you catch draft!" She thought "draft" was a mysterious disease. Miscellaneous: "No whistling in house. You grow voosa (mustache)! "Don't even touch anything with rust."
I think the Unreal are real. They don't exist in our dimension but influence what we think and therefore do. Have you been tempted to do something wrong? The temptation is them. If you break down the word [ "Religion" / re means "do again" / lig is the stem in the middle of "knowledge" / ion was another word for hell ] They can make us believe the stuff in print and hate the people it badmouths. PEOPLE BEFORE PRINT!