The Law of Attraction.....Freaky, Good Luck
Discovering the perfect good luck charm mostly comes down to "the law of attraction," and the positive feelings, good vibes, and the overwhelming feeling of self-fulfilling expectations from every situation and how you perceive it can all affect the outcome, good or bad. The same goes with the lucky charm that you choose. Once you find it you just know that it is the one. Intuition, hunches and gut instincts all go hand in hand when dealing with luck.
Listening to and paying attention to your feelings when in a position where luck is needed can be the missing puzzle piece that changes bad luck to good. The game of chance and unique opportunities are often few and far between. Being open to new experiences and having an open mind to new or unusual things cam lead to a life changing event if you allow it.
Some things simply defy explanation. Regardless, many of us tend to gravitate towards these strange and lucky anomalies when they enhance our lives, or at least if we believe that they may bring a positive energy that turns life's obstacles right side up into a continual flow of wonderful opportunities. For those who believe, good luck charms are one of those powerful symbols that carry a positive flow of energy to the beholder, often times bringing forth good things to the person possessing the lucky object of choice.
There are literally hundreds of symbols that represent a lucky charm. It merely boils down to personal preference, belief in lucky objects and how a person views luck and the blessings that often times come forth from carrying a charm that challenges reasonable explanation.
Strange & Popular Good Luck Pieces
The Billiken is possibly one of the strangest lucky charms still in popular demand today, possibly because the pointy eared, elf-like-Kewpie style statue once enjoyed worldwide celebrity.
The Japanese find that the Maneki Neko, also known as the Beckoning Cat is quite profitable for business, especially if the cat's left paw is raised.
The symbol of the swastika is believed to bring good luck, long life and health. The meaning of swastika comes from the word swastika which means lucky charm.
The rabbits foot is probably one of the most recognized good luck charms followed by four-leaf clovers and horseshoes. Angels, pendants, dice, keys, bamboo trees, ladybugs, frogs, talisman, Buddha, feathers, double rainbows, heads side up pennies, the number 7, elephants, and amulets are all also on the list of potential good luck charms to those who believe in their powers.
Discovering the perfect good luck charm mostly comes down to "the law of attraction," and the positive feelings, good vibes, and the overwhelming