This month we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. And what represents the holiday better than the shamrock and the symbol of good luck?
As Thomas Jefferson once said, “I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.”
Do you believe in luck? Do you attribute your success and positive outcomes to luck? Sometimes when we reach a positive place, we reflect on the event as if we had nothing to do it with. In reality, we manifest our own success and our own achievements – luck is just taking all the credit!
When you want to achieve something, it isn’t bad luck standing in your way – it’s your own suppressed “subconscious resistance.” Fortunately, we all have a natural ability to release all of this subconscious resistance and ultimately quiet the mind to become more relaxed, lighter, happier, and healthier.
“Your subconscious mind is like the soil which accepts any kind of seed – good or bad. It is the seat of your emotions and the storehouse of your memory.” The subconscious never sleeps, never ceases to operate, but keeps us going in our voluntary and involuntary actions. Once the subconscious mind accepts an idea, it begins to make the idea a reality.
Therefore – your “luck” is only as good as you want to be. Here at HealWithin, we celebrate making your own luck by getting to the truth of your subconscious!
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this month, I would like to encourage you to make your own luck, dear readers!
Be confident and have faith in yourself – it will enable you to HealWithin.