“Just tell yourself, Duckie, you’re really quite lucky!” Dr. Seuss

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Do you believe that some people are lucky and others are not?

Here’s my question: Do you think an “unlucky” person can change things so that he or she shifts to the “lucky” column? Can luck be cultivated or developed?

Is there even such a thing as “luck” and, in the greater scheme of things, does the concept of luck even matter?

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NEVER underestimate the power and importance of LUCK.

In this regard, a quote by Tim Rice is worth pondering: “We all dream a lot—some are lucky, some are not. But if you think it, want it, dream it, then it’s real. You are what you feel.”

Or, consider these wise words by Maya Angelou: “If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.”

YES, DOTS believes one’s luck can be cultivated and improved!

When that happens, the right doors will appear before you—offering you the chance to open them and step into their threshold; these opportunities are 3-d portals to the Universal Field of Possibilities.

Here are some powerful affirmations for improving one’s situation, luck-provoking statements that I found online at Affirmations-for-Success.com (http://www.affirmations-for-success.com/power-affirmations.html) :

I am always in the right place at the right time.

I expect the best and I get it NOW!

I always get everything that is for my best and highest good.

Everything good is coming to me easily and effortlessly.

I am divinely guided in all I do.

I expect life to give me what is best for me.

I deserve the best and it comes to me NOW!

This is a rich universe and there is plenty for all of us.

I now eagerly await my greatest good.

I expect good fortune every moment of my life.

I am open to receive the abundant good that God has for me.

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Pasted below is an EXCELLENT link to a relevant article (on luck and lucky charms) by the Wall Street Journal. A quote from that report (by a scientist) reads: “Our results suggest that the activation of a superstition can indeed yield performance-improving effects.” In other words, what we BELIEVE affects how much LUCK we experience in our lives! Our BELIEF affects the OUTCOME!

Here’s the link to the Wall Street Journal article:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703648304575212361800043460.html

Above ALL: be grateful for what you already have and the Universe will delight in surprising you with events and outcomes that appear to be LUCKY.

Consider approaching what you want this way: I AM BLESSED. I AM HAPPY AND CONTENT WITH WHAT I ALREADY HAVE BUT I WANT MORE. MORE JOY. MORE PEACE. MORE ABUNDANCE WITHIN EVERY AREA OF MY LIFE.

Then, give profound, heartfelt THANKS to God for all of your many blessing (small & large) frequently and consistently.

I believe that the following, anonymous quote sums up the essence of the truth of life (and luck) beautifully and poetically: “If you are lucky enough to find a way of life you love, you have to find the courage to live it.”

Dance of the Spirit Wishes You Many Blessings . . . Now and Forever.