Today is your lucky day.
I’m going to offer you scientific evidence on how to create your own luck.
Researchers conducted a 10-year case study of 400 people ranging in age from 18-84 hoping to discover why some people are lucky and others are not.
The results were you can create your own luck based on how you think and how you see things – all of which you can learn to change.
When you direct your conscious and subconscious mind in a positive direction, your mind looks for evidence to support your thoughts and finds new ways to make situations work out for the best.
Most people fail to unleash the hidden power of conscious thinking (what you’re aware of) and their subconscious mind (doing things without having awareness) because they don’t spend time thinking about what they want.
To practice creating your own luck, bring your awareness to negative thoughts and emotions.
When you find yourself feeling sad, lonely or depressed, shift your mind.
Imagine you have just been struck by a lucky leprechaun.
Believe that you have good fortune and shift your thoughts to how you would feel.
What do you want?
You can create it…
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