Psychic Reading How To Improve Your Luck
Have you ever considered going to a Psychic to find out if you can improve your Luck? I have had several clients over the years who came to me with that question. The first time a client asked whether he could improve his luck by having a psychic reading, I didn’t know quite what to tell him. He was asking a question that had both rational and non-rational elements to it. I closed my eyes as I always do in my psychic readings and posed the question in my mind. I felt my awareness shift from the left side of my head to the right and then extend outward. This is an odd feeling but not an unpleasant one and I am actually grateful that it happens because it confirms that I am in receptive psychic mode. I sat silently waiting for some sort of indication of whether the request was a feasible one. My left-brain consciousness could not make sense of the question except by parsing it and analysing it in detail but my right-brain consciousness was picking up the information that indeed one could influence one’s luck. The source of this information turned out to be a deceased relative of my client who had made several fortunes over the span of a lifetime. The relative was my client’s great-grandfather as we determined from the location and date he gave for his death. My client had never known this great-grandfather as he had become estranged from the family and was only accepted in death when – to the shock of the family – he bequeathed everyone a portion of his final fortune.
Psychic Reading How To Improve Your Luck
I’ll call the great-grandfather Bernie and my client, Neil. Bernie had been an industrious and ambitious young man who worked three part-time jobs as he was growing up, delivering newspapers first thing each morning, sweeping out a bakery before school and stocking shelves in the local general store every afternoon after school. He carried on this routine from age 9 until the graduated from high school at age 17. One third of the money he made he gave to his parents and two-thirds he put into a bank account. He lived during a time of great economic growth when North America was undergoing massive industrialisation and he was determined to make a fortune by investing in industries and re-investing continuously whilst he supported himself with a modest job as a bank clerk. People liked and trusted this “steady” young man and before he knew it he was giving people advice on how to invest money. He seemed to have a “knack” for identifying enterprises that would succeed and soon he had a business as a broker. With this income he put himself through law school in under two years and bought himself a seat on the Toronto Stock Exchange. His first fortune was made through investing in the railroads and soon he was “diversifying” his holdings and those of his clients. By age 22 he was a millionaire and had a seat on the NY Stock Exchange. His great-grandson’s question was: How did he account for his success: was it luck or something else?
Luck Is Often A Pattern You Need to Notice
Bernie was adamant that he had made his own luck by observing his hunches and then enhancing them in any way he could. He noticed that his best trades tended to be on Mondays and Thursdays so he planned accordingly and invested on Mondays and divested or sold his shares on Thursdays. He also noticed that certain months seemed to be ‘luckier’ than others and he began concentrating on his ‘strongest’ times of the year in addition to his strongest days of the week. Bernie steadily made more and more money and seemed invincible. A few months before the stock market crash of 1929, he suddenly felt the urge to sell off some of his largest holdings and with the proceeds he bought huge tracts of land, paying cash and avoiding bank involvement in his purchases. When the market crashed, Bernie had enough invested to sit out the worst market dips. He even opened a small private bank and lent money to people at a time when banks were closing their doors. Bernie’s philosophy was simple: lend small amounts and give customers a longer time to repay their loans at the lowest possible interest rate and never foreclose if you can avoid it. His strategy worked and the default rate on his loans was under 10% even during the worst of the depression.
Your Intuition Is Your Good Luck Charm!
What Bernie imparted to his grandson Neil was the distilled wisdom of a lifetime: luck is largely a
matter of doing two things, noticing small changes in trends and investing accordingly, respecting intuitive feelings that warned him to stay away from certain types of investment and sharing what his ‘good luck’ brought him by helping others to thrive. And his superstition? He had lucky ties that he wore on his investment days and divestment days! And he also carried the first one hundred dollar bill he ever earned and kept it in his wallet in case he ever lost everything and had to start over.
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© Delia O’ Riordan 2012