|Posted: March 16, 2010, 7:01 am - IP Logged|
Sometimes intuitive energy can get so whacked out that it becomes exhausting. A couple of years ago while posting here, there was a crazy astrological time where there was total information overload. I posted much during that time. Sometimes the flow of information can last a day or two or weeks. Either way, the event can be all-consuming mentally.
This is a different sort of time. Where everything is just 1 off, literally and figuratively. When it comes to the numbers, I've gone beyond my personal record for near misses. A typical example are the last few days, playing 7878 (7978 fell), 878 (898 fell), 400 (300 fell), 5718 and 1718 and 788 (all fell in MD when I played DE) and on and on and on. Oh, and a single QP yesterday was 7723 and 6623 fell. I kid you not.
On Monday, having never looked at the results page, I 'formally' posted a few predictions (which I rarely do). Not a lot, but including 004 and 788. No, I had no idea these numbers had just fallen including MD's 788(my neighboring state 5 miles down the road). I cannot even remember what time I posted, maybe I just missed the cut-off. Either way, this is a frequent occurence. I've actually gotten the flash on what just fell and many times know before I check the results page. Last night, an hour before DE's drawing, a friend and I were discussing 400 and how we both thought it should be falling and that everytime we play 400, 500 falls. So, the Lottery Gods get the last laugh by dropping 300 an hour later. You really gotta love this stuff!
I must mention that the same friend stated that she felt like she was never going to get it right again (oh, and do I know that feeling too). The truth is that these are cycles and phases that anyone who plays long-term experiences. Our astrological and intuitive lives are in constant motion, ups and downs, because obviously every day cannot be exactly the same as the day before. How long would our sanity last if that was the case?
Time to buck up and meditate my way out of this slump. 788 resistance is futile. J