Posts Tagged ‘chance’
Do you know someone that seems to have all the luck? They win lotteries, hit the jackpot at the casino, are drawn for the first prize in raffles. Everything just seems to fall into the lap of these lucky people. Were they born under a lucky star? Can the heavenly bodies be the reason for this unexplainable luck? Can the cosmos affect a person’s psychic ability?
Lucky folks seem to breeze through life without a care in the world. I have a friend that swears she paid her new car off with her winnings at the casino. Another says she remodeled her house with her winnings from the lottery. But I’m fully convinced that while we may hear about the winnings, there are many losses that are never talked about. Read the rest of this entry »
When we don’t like surprises we choose not to take chances. But then, just by chance, we are chosen to be taken by surprise.
For instance, you make a very conscious choice not to ever take a chance on falling in love, because you are too sensible, educated and intelligent to let yourself be surprised by falling for anyone else.
And then one day, while participating in a literary discussion group reviewing a book that might be titled “Rational People Don’t Fall In Love”, just by chance, you are chosen to be taken by surprise. You and the person sitting next to you are astonished to realize that you are smitten with each other!
After this meeting of discerning, lucid people is over, and as time passes, you both discover that falling in love is not only quite possible for smart people, but, that sharing true love is also as sound as it is sublime. Read the rest of this entry »
Destiny is often misconstrued as an unalterable outcome. Sometimes people will say, “It’s my destiny. I can’t change it.” I believe that each of us create our own destiny by the choices we make.
I’d like to share an example from my life. Some months ago I noticed that my verbal communications with a specific person seemed to be deteriorating. I hired her to do some very important work for me. The nature of her work requires not only expertise, but also interest in the situation and the motivation to go the extra mile.
When she took me on as a client she believed me, and she believed in me. But I saw in time that her faith had shifted. I respect and admire her, so what she thinks of me matters. Read the rest of this entry »
It reminds me of when you get in sync with the Universe and everything just starts to flow, or when the opposite appears and nothing goes right and you face numerous ‘dead ends’.
Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of work with intentions, and “I am” statements. The effort seemed to pay off in multiples around the end of last year. A couple of days before Christmas, both my daughter and I needed haircuts. Normally, we book back-to-back appointments, but around that time of year, especially right before a major holiday, unless you had scheduled it long in advance, you can forget about it. But we were in luck – they had just had a couple of cancellations. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently I started handing out business cards for my psychic reading services to some of the dealers and regulars I was getting to know.
Of course, I got teased at the table I was sitting at. I kept telling them that it doesn’t work that way. I mean, once in a while I can tell you which color the next card will be, or I know when the dealer will go bust, but I can’t read minds. When I win at cards it’s because I pay attention to the other players and their body language. With Black Jack, it’s all random and you only need to know statistics. However, my guides will let me know if it’s time to go home, or not to go at all. Read the rest of this entry »
This question may have some merit in a stand-up comedy routine (I enjoy a clever joke as much as the next person), but once everyone has had their laugh, all that remains for me is a tragic reflection of the lack of spiritual depth, as well as the superficial materialism, of our society.
Interestingly, there have been several reports of psychics, or their clients, winning the lottery. This proves the lame old lottery joke is indeed a myth, but what is often far more significant is the actual circumstances surrounding these wins. Read the rest of this entry »