Stay away, i do not ever do the lottery, more harm than good.
Be careful what you wish for.
Also if many would visualize it all of them would win? well i dont think
I personally never do the lottery and will not, people are obsessed with money and i want none of it.
Yea, I have sort of the same look on money. Only difference is, I don't hate it or dislike it, I just don't care for it. Now, it would be nice to have it, but I wouldn't allow it to control me.
Playing the lotery is a rip off ! here's whats gonna happen if you win the lotery..
Your friend will get ennoyed of you coz they'll all want to ask you for money,they'll linger and when they'll get it, they'll spend it and ask for more. You'll lost your true friend for money, you wont know who they are anymore like you do now.
So if one gets in the habit of waiting and watching for the winning lotto number on a regular basis while calling them out, it's possible you just make a connection to your past self and these numbers just might make it back in time to you today.
Originally posted by Armour For Victor
reply to post by StarBoyFG
True, but i think there is more involved with visualizing it. She said she would meditate and be constantly thinking what she would do after winning.
Originally posted by Armour For Victor
OK, so the other day I was watching this show on T.V, which I normally don’t watch, called: The Lottery Changed My Life.
I have seen some of the episodes on YouTube and some of them where about how bad it was too win the lottery. Well the one I was watching was about the good outcomes of winning it big! One of the stories struck me because of the way the lady won or what she had done to win it. I had started watching the show mid way though and didn't know the back end of the stories, but i was able to catch just a small bit of one of the winners.
Cynthia Stafford was one of the big winners, winning $112 million. She said she simply wrote down $112 million on a piece of paper and slipped it under her pillow while she slept. I thought that was kind of odd and that there was more to that, then just simply sleeping with it hoping that the lottery fairy would come and save the day. So I did some research and found this article of her story.
How to win the lottery -- yes, you read that correctly -- by visualizing it
Well it turned out that there was more to that. In comes the law of attraction. This so called law of one that never seems to work. So, I’m on a mission and I’m visualizing $100 million and in a couple of months I'll let you know what my outcome is.
My question to you is; How far must you go down the rabbit hole to realize that maybe there is something down there?
Meaning, how much of your attention should you put to really believe this stuff works. At one point in the article Stafford says:
the first couple of weeks took considerable discipline, she says -- she stopped and let go. "Once you're in the flow of the energy," she says, "it's going to happen."
Is there a point in time while believing so much in this idea that you lose yourself in it?
Negative and positive Feedback is wanted.
I did a quick search for this and found nothing.
[edit on 13-7-2010 by Armour For Victor]
Originally posted by InhaleExhale
reply to post by Armour For Victor
Op its been just over 3 years,
Have you won the lottery yet?
You must visualize a hell of a lot more if you want something as complex as winning the lottery to fall in your lap.
Originally posted by arpgme
reply to post by Visitor2012
Why is your belief superior to anyone else's belief? Maybe, it is God. Maybe, it is mental energy. Maybe, it is just luck...
There are many possibilities and many perspectives to see the situation from.
Originally posted by Lady_Tuatha
ah ive been visualizing winning the lottery for years,
Come on euromillions! enough already! just give me the money!