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30-Day Challenge Affirmations for Good Luck

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There has been a lot of hype and media coverage about the Law of Attraction in recent years, especially after the release of the movie, The Secret. There seems to be a lot of emotion around this subject, both for and against. This is no surprise, given that we have changed as a society to have much less patience and a reduced attention span. I will delve deeper into all of this in a future article.

The tools associated with the Law of Attraction do work, and they work well. Most of the misunderstanding about these tools is due to people not really taking the time to give them a whirl.

So here’s the 30-day challenge, should you choose to accept it

Take 30 days to use affirmations and visualization to improve your luck. This will not be likely to make you win the lottery, but should manifest as better luck in the smaller things in life. After 30 days, review how your luck has changed for the better.

When you do this, and it works will for you, keep doing it and start using some of the other tools available to improve your life dramatically.

Affirmations for Good Luck

You can use an affirmation such as “I always have great luck” or something similar that works best for you. Keep it short and easy to remember and repeat. It should be in the present-tense, in the “now.” Repeat this affirmation first thing in the morning, even before you rise out of bed, when you’re having a bath or shower, driving, while you’re falling asleep and any time your mind isn’t focused on a specific task.

Pay attention to what happens around you. Are you starting to make it through green lights, finding better parking spaces? Look for little things such as those. Whenever you notice a good luck event, say something like “Wow! I DO have the greatest luck” to reinforce the event both in your own mind and the universal energy.

Visualization for Good Luck

Visualization is a technique in which you “see” something happening in your mind’s eye. With practice, it becomes easier and the things you visualize become more clear and detailed. It is somewhat akin to daydreaming, but done intentionally and directed by you. To visualize, close your eyes and start imagining yourself experiencing events that have been brought on by good luck (Please do not use this while driving or operating heavy equipment). As with the traffic light example above, you would see yourself easily making it to your destination with light traffic and every single traffic light being green. Another fun one is to see yourself finding a dime or quarter on the ground as you walk along. Be creative in your imagination!


Do your affirmations and visualization exercises for 30 days and be observant throughout the process. If you wish, take notes and review them at the end of the 30 days. Think about how your luck was before this and the differences you have observed. Good Luck!

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