Is There Such Thing As Luck?

I believe there is. If there is good luck, there is also contra-luck – a situation or condition that works against luck. There is no such thing as "bad luck" because luck is always good. It is something positive.

Some people opine that "there is no luck, only hard work." I believe instead that work — hard or otherwise — and luck work together. There are extraordinary cases of luck like winning a million cash from the lottery or any raffle. But even such thing requires work. You have to do something. You have to buy a ticket, which is your investment or your risk, fill out the raffle ticket, and drop it in drop boxes. Even if by surprise you receive an inheritance, it may be due to something you have done well for your benefactor. Being nice and kind is already an investment. That is called an effortlessly emotional work.

Luck exists whether we like it or not. It is a gift for every one. But we must also accept the fact that luck does not happen every day. It picks a certain time synchronous with our disposition, actions, or state of mind. That's the reason why, at times, we experience "bad" or "not so good" days. In principle, "bad' times are consequences of our actions. At other times, we fall victims of the unnecessary actions of other people. At other times, we are defeated by our fellow contenders for the simple reason that we compete with one another every day. Just to find a parking slot for your car is part of an everyday competition.

Jim Francis, founder-editor of the Australasian Lateral Thinking Newsletter, has done extensive research about luck. He describes luck as "a personal, psychokinetic resonance with the environment." In other words, you and your surroundings work together in harmony in order to tap luck. In his research, he found out that luck works in a cycle. That's the reason why we have "bad" days and good days. It's the law of balance. We cannot be all lucky all at the same time. He also discovered that luck can be triggered at will, which means that you can make luck work for you more frequently so that you are not defeated in the everyday competition.

If you're interested in Jim Francis's extensive research, you may visit his site here.


When I Stumbled Upon The Real Mind Power Secrets

I stumbled upon the Real Mind Power Secrets during the time I was very low, had very low self-esteem, feeling hopeless, didn't know what to do with my life, and wondering why my life was a mess, unfortunate, and sad. Doodling and Googling on my computer, typing words like "help me", "save me" but nothing useful would come out of the web page.

My continuous search, not exactly on the Net, for solutions and reasons on how to uplift my life led me to something else. Actually, I didn't find that "something", that "something" found me. It's like the answer to my questions came to me by itself as if saying, "Hey, I heard you're looking for me. Here I am."

I clicked an ad that led me to an opt-in page. The next day, and every now and then, I was receiving email from a guy named Song. In one of his emails, a link brought me to the Real Mind Power Secrets.

Real Mind Power Secrets is full of "secrets", i.e. knowledge that you'd never think it was part of knowledge. I have a hunger for knowledge. I'd like to know what else we don't know and what the schools do not teach us. That's why the information I learned from Real Mind Power Secrets amazed me totally.

The site is very rich with information.  For a few dollars, every single cent is more than what it is worth.

However, the Real Mind Power Secrets is not for everyone, I think. You must be in the same wave length as I am. You have to believe in the stuff, otherwise, it's useless knowing the unconventional information. You have to have an objective mind and allow the stuff to work for you.