posted on Apr, 30 2019 @ 01:12 AM
I firmly believe in luck, although in my belief it is the law of attraction and the focus of energy.
Like olaru12, I see it most noticeably when gambling, notably playing craps. When playing craps, the goal is generally to avoid rolling a 7. When I
roll my best, I'm not thinking. I'm just in a spot where I know what I want to do, and I can go 20-30 rolls without a 7. But I cannot tell you how
many times there is a good roll going and something happens to change the energy at the table and the next roll is a 7. It's palpable when it happens.
The feeling permeates your body. What's interesting is that the casinos believe in it too. They will change up dealers when someone is on a win streak
in order to try and change the energy and it usually works.
I have uncanny beginners luck as well which I attribute to this. When going into something for the first time, there is no arrogance, just mild hope
and a knowledge of the desired outcome.
The first time I bet on horses I was 13. I gave my mom money and told her the horses I liked. I don't remember the exact details, but I remember that
I had $20 and I left with over $300.
The first time I went to Vegas after turning 21, I knew I wanted to play blackjack. After watching a few hands, I sat down with $100. After about 8
hours I had $5000.
I unfortunately wasted my craps beginners luck at a casino themed party for my high school graduation. I didn't really know what I was doing other
than trying not to roll a 7, but I just rolled until they told me I lost. I rolled for almost an hour.
Dice is what I've learned to channel my focus with best though. I almost always come out ahead.
ETA: You're question was about bad luck, but I don't think there is good or bad luck, just different outcomes caused by focusing on different
edit on 4/30/2019 by scojak because: (no reason given)