The moment of a win is as interesting as it is joyous. Do we wonder how/why we won? Do all thoughts of anything but the win leave us along with good common sense? Do we lament a slightly different course might have brought a bigger outcome? If you are dedicated lottery player, my guess would be that you've felt all these things. I'll bet 1 thing that most do not do is sit down and document the day and time and circumstance of the win. Actually, if you want to continue to enjoy that winning feeling, tracking your wins, near wins/close misses, forget to play, all the nuances of your play, is vitally important.
Do you know where Jupiter was positioned astrologically when you were born? Jupiter is associated with wealth, growth, all things we want more of. When I was born, Jupiter was in Capricorn where it is right now. In fact, 2008 marks a year where the planets have lined up similarly to when I was born. Only similarly because the same position does not happen exactly the same way twice.
If only it were that easy - we track Jupiter and learn when to play and then hit every time. The truth is that the position of other planets at the time of birth all add up to how your personal luck plays out. For instance, the movement of Venus is almost always very important to my numbers luck. I learned this because I keep track of wins and loss and those other pesky details. I saw trends develop and I watch for them to recur in the future. Again, the same alignment will not happen exactly but close does count in astrology.
I was just reading another post where the issue was that after trying and trying to hit, obviously no system worked, the only thing that mattered was luck, etc. I don't agree. When you know the best times to play and incorporate any number of systems out there, big, wonderful things can and do happen. I'll share what I know:
Biorhythms can be very helpful (not just in playing the lottery either).
Track your wins and all that other stuff I discuss above. Learn to recognize your trends.
Get familiar with daily planetary transits. (I'll discuss how below).
Understand that, like everything else in life, winning and numbers luck involves cycles.
Listen to your intuition and embrace it (after all, it's truly unique and wholly yours).
Recognize that there are different kinds of numbers luck (not just your luck).
Consider having your astrological natal chart done (caution).
Read, discuss, share with like minds (like here at LP). Think outside your box once in a while.
Obviously, I've touched on more here than just astrology. Numbers Luck takes me many places - numerology, astrology, physics, and psychics, to mention a few.
Before I go to Part II, I'd like to expound a little bit on the premise of luck itself. Luck comes in many forms and is said to follow many things - fortune, fate, intelligence, intuition, coincidence. Do you look at life in terms of bad luck and good luck? Or do you see the potential for good luck no matter what? For instance, you've had a rotten day and everything has gone wrong but, at the end of that day, you still have a roof over your head, food to eat, a bed to lie down on, people that love you. Was your luck today truly bad or actually good, relatively speaking? Do you believe we make our own luck? I believe our path is initially set and, as we travel, we determine consequences. I believe we can and will encounter influences and circumstances as we travel down the path that may change the path or it's intention though not the ultimate destination.
We have a certain amount of money to spend. We determine our game, our numbers to play and we throw the dice. No matter where you are in the process, shooting for the PB jackpot and winning Maddog's Challenge or trying to hit an elusive triple in GA, you deserve every advantage.
Astrologically, it's a new day. It may be your day.
Part II to follow soon! Jake