Luck of the Irish?
Do you believe in luck? For those who do, the idea of keeping their luck alive can be a great tool. Luck is that silent driving force that has you win at the lottery and gets you to work on time even though you were sure you were going to be late. It gets you to the gas station when you are running on fumes and makes your favorite shirt clean when you are having a rough morning. Is it a tangible thing or is it all in our minds?
Fortunately, as many people can agree, luck is not simply based on chance, but on how we lead our lives and how we arrange our minds. Your mind and belief system, as well as the way in which you view the world plays a key role here, and it can determine the difference between a “lucky” and “unlucky”.
The best way to do this is to set your mind to believe that you are doing things which will bring you luck. Carrying around a rabbit’s foot or a horseshoe can help, as well as things like the four leaf clover. Sometimes just thinking that you are indeed going to be lucky changes your whole outlook on the day. Our mind is a powerful tool. You can work on seeing yourself as a lucky person and pointing out lucky things that happen to you instead of just looking at all the negative. Teddy Roosevelt said “Believe in yourself and you are halfway there.”
Looking at things differently, with a lucky attitude will help you become inwardly lucky, this is where all the “magic” of luck happens in the first place. By keeping a positive outlook and focusing on the things that indeed are lucky in your life, you are sure to have a lot of luck this March.
What are some of the things that you do to keep you “lucky”?