A Little Luck

First astrology and now lucky charms. Superstition must be the theme of the week. But I think there’s something true to be said for the little things we use to help focus our thoughts and energy. The magic is within us – but lucky charms are great tools for harnessing the power we’ve got.

Here are a few things that help me get my mojo aligned:
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My Everest rocks. As we were trekking the trail up to base camp I kept seeing stacked rocks. I asked our guide, Buddhi, what it meant and he simply said it was for good luck. I collected these rocks at base camp and brought them all the way back to the other side of the world. They remind me to take one step at a time and breathe.

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My action bunny in gold pants. Liz got me this little guy (you guys are following Liz’s blog, right?). He sits at my computer with me and reminds me that life is more fun in gold undies.

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My sunstone. My new client turned fast friend, Claire, got me this sunstone while she was in Sedona. The sunstone is said to energize the second and third chakras – stimulating leadership, creativity and sexy times. I’ll take it.

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My lucky kitty. Tara got me this lucky kitty while she was in Japan last week. And by Japan I actually mean the Japan part of Epcot while at Disneyworld in Florida. This little red cat symbolizes healthy business and healthy children. I’ll take that too.

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What are your lucky charms? Are you superstitious? 


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  1. I have a Chrysoprase stone I made into a pendent that promotes healing–I wear it when I feel incredibly anxious. Black cats are good luck but all white are forewarnings of negative times ahead. I never walk under ladders or open umbrellas inside. I have a jar full of colourful paper cranes by my bedside, legend is–if you make 1,000 your wish will come true. I have made over 200 this year but only keep the coloured ones for my wish so I have quite a few hundred to go.

    I’m sure you didn’t expect a novel–but that is only the tip of my superstitious iceberg!

  2. I don’t consider myself superstitious but I do like to study things like astrology, the tarot, and chakra meditation. I look at all these things as tools to help you better see where you want to be and how to get there. They aren’t hard and fast predictors of the future, just little road signs that help you on your path =) I have lucky jewelry that makes me feel good =)

  3. I am not superstitious… but I enjoy some superstitions and choose to “use” them.

    I have a bronze Brigid’s cross that has been dipped in the holy wells in Kildare that hangs above my front door. It is “supposed” to protect the house, especially from things like fire. And after I move anywhere, I wait til I am alone and carry incense around the perimeter, in and out, for the same supposed reason. And I have a car angel clipped on my visor, that my grandma gave me when I learned to drive. I touch it when I am anxious on the road. I really don’t believe, but these things still lead me to feel comforted.

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