Talismans and the Power of Thought to Create Luck – by Linda Lang



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Do you believe in good luck?

I do. I have my fair share of it too, if there is such a thing as fair share. That almost makes it sound like there’s a limited amount, and I don’t believe that for a second. So, maybe you’d call it synchronicity or being in the right place at the right time. And sometimes it just feels like someone is watching over you.

When my kids were young, I worked part-time in a local department store. It was great fun; I enjoyed the variety and the social aspects. One day, while moving some racks in the department I worked in, I found a 4 leaf clover preserved in resin. A real 4 leaf clover! I was so excited and shared my good fortune with a coworker who apparently considered me a pretty lucky person because she blurted out, “Do you have a horseshoe up your butt?”

I just laughed and felt even luckier. After all, energetically it must be good when others think you fortunate. It’s kind of like people sending good vibes your way through the power of their thought.

 Not long after that when we moved to a new home, we were given a horseshoe to put above the front door so we could hold on to our luck. It’s still hanging there today, right side up I might add so it looks like a cup. Call it an old wive’s tale, superstition or ritual, a horseshoe is one of  the most well known good luck symbols there is.

Do these talismans really hold the power to bring us good fortune?

 

I suspect their power lies in our beliefs. If we believe they do, we can interpret our world in a way that supports those beliefs. We can be more open to good fortune and feel like the proverbial gods are smiling upon us. 

That same principle can work with omens and negative symbolism. If we believe it to be, we can create it. Is it bad luck to walk under a ladder? Or perhaps just common sense that it’s safer to walk around it.

 

Consider your talisman beliefs, both positive and negative or protective. You’ll learn about yourself and perhaps you can incorporate a perceived good luck object into your life. And with the power of your unconscious mind, invite more good fortune into your world.


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About author

This article was written by Linda Lang

Hi. My name is Linda. I'm an energy healer, a teacher and a writer. I have been consciously on my spiritual path for over 30 years, catapulted by a health crisis that demanded I look outside the box to find my healing. On my journey I have been blessed with many spiritual experiences. I feel very supported by the universe as life weaves to create growth and fulfill my quest to more fully know myself, to express and share my gifts. I am drawn to the spiritual aspects of life, to live joyfully, connected, understanding more and helping others to see themselves better and be more of their authentic selves. I especially love to help people expand their perception of what is possible so we can all realize more wellness, transformation, freedom and peace. I offer healing work, intuitive energy work, shamanic journeys and workshops. I have studied hypnotherapy, Huna shamanism, NLP, Reiki, and a wide assortment of energy psychology techniques. I love love love shamanic journeys, guidance & channelled wisdom and meditation. I have great respect for vibrational essences, essential oils, and natural remedies. I am a Writer and an Artist, and I am happy to share my experiences and support with you each month through The Magic Happens. Visit me at www.thoughtchange.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/linda.lang.thoughtchange, or send me an email at Linda@thoughtchange.com.

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  1. Marie Elena says - Posted: September 4, 2018

    Beautiful! I believe Talismans hold the power we give them, kind of like religion. In many ways we are our own Talisman. Thank you so much!!

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