Four leaf clovers, rabbit's feet and other lucky charms have absolutely no direct effect on our luck but there is something that does, your thoughts.
Lucky charms are really thought charms because their effect is produced by people's thoughts about them.
If you believe a charm will produce a certain result, your belief will co-create that result.
If you believe a broken mirror will give you misfortune, your belief will co-create misfortune.
If a NFL player believes not washing his underwear will help him in the game, it probably will. Not because he's experienced success while wearing them, but because his belief that they will help him.
Furthermore, if a baseball player believes rubbing his hand seven times before pitching improves his pitch, it will.
When we believe something is connected to a physical action, it triggers a neurological response that affects us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. In the same way a belief can create improvement for us it can also create harm.
Do you believe if someone coughs or sneezes near you, you may catch a cold? If so, you probably will catch a cold. If you believe you won't ever get ill again, you probably won't.
© 2015 Jason Nelson
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