Luck; Do you have it?

INTRO: In our daily lives we encounter many real-life obstacles which affect our perspective, mood and day to day mental attitude. You see how our society has been together for years to get the best out of it, to build social bridges, build a confident sense of community and self. You’ve seen many people use luck as a living crutch to flow happy in the big wide uncertain world.

“The happiest people in the world are not those who have no problems, but those who learn to live with things that are less than perfect”

What has luck done for people?

Luck for people who are either first discovering this, or the want or need for more faith and general wellbeing, as having that living constant can take many mental tolls on reality. We’ve seen the economy flourish over the decades in many cities, countries and towns from the excellent rapport from many business’ in how they trade, you’ll see some business’ sell lucky products to make and share both wealth and positivity in the capitalistic environment we all live in to further the global progress we make as a collective. In ancient times many religions had deities who were known to be worshipped for their works in business and trade. They were depicted in artworks, wooden carvings and tall shrine-like statues and are still sending that message of prosperity wealth and abundance in business, to allow the economy to flourish. We’ve seen people in war- battles to associated with authority and dignity, that’s known as hope.

 Many people denied the presence of luck, but for years it’s been the destiny of man to endure the mantra of life itself. Each of us is still affected by everyone’s decisions; A very clear fact in this age of digital globalisation.

What do people believe in?

Over the countless centuries, we’ve seen the construction of Churches, Mosques and Buddhist temples for all places of worship. Luck has been used in contextual conversations, to develop the forceful use of luck, this can be made the subconscious normality for luck to be put in place in daily life, to be used as a faith-based idea. I do say force in the way that people never see, hear, know luck; we create our own with a high level of self-belief to link people’s life to success and a healthy long life. This is without the karma, of course. In my life, I have found that my belief in a particular person known as Russel Brand, he has traversed his life to sobriety and now (with his comedy shows/tours) he is found a level of confidence and comfort in daily yoga and meditation, to find a clear view on things based on high-level vocabulary to perfectly describe how him as an individual, he has found that place of serenity and social platform to share the positive ideas and alternate ways of thinking. I believe in him, I believe in how he creates this huge community of luck and abundance, to which can be a source of togetherness and way to learn from someone’s energy of confidence in others and how they progress in this society. It gives a sense of ‘being’.

What (items) are used to promote/have/show/obtain luck itself?

People have many superstitions to having a lucky charm to finding a four-leaf clover, even seeing the local Magpies daily are given a high level of belief as well as a guide for the uncertain weeks in this society. The Buddha gives good luck by rubbing his belly every morning. The Chinese have been utilising their coins as a Feng Shui for drawing energy of money and wealth; when you have financial stability, you also feel more protected with the main idea of being lucky! The philosophy with Feng Shui is that, it’s been known that it is a sense of harmony in our built environments of relaxation to help us reflect on human life, and to let it be out the open as a pose to it being upspoken to any in our minds. Also they use Feng Shui for a energy map which consists of eight areas to relate with different life occurrences to improve your health and wellness, you would work on the top three most high areas of needed attention in your motivation to work on your life’s overall attitude, to eventually be that calm, aware and confident version of ‘YOU’.

“There is a great difference between “worry” and “concern”. A worried person only sees the problem, and a concerned person solves the problem”

CONCLUSION: Unlucky people are generally more tense than lucky people, this worry halts their way to notice the unexpected. Lucky people are more relaxed and open, and for that they see what there is rather than just what they are looking for, it’s known that lucky people generate good wealth, by keeping yourself aware of your gut instincts, breaking your daily routine to exercise new methods of multiple new experiences, and to create the idea of being lucky before an important new awareness for us as humans. We find many ways to use luck as an extra bundle of faith for who we are because wilful self-belief can take you anywhere; from building a business, to taking the bus for the first time, it’s useful to tell yourself “you don’t know until it’s happened” being in a fresh environment. As we go through life learning at school from teachers, to our parents, we will most definitely be learning from ourselves from a unknown certainty, this is called “being out of your comfort-zone” for example: the first time on any transportation can be new for anyone, you learning from adding your own belief in you as a person, with as unique as we all are, that sets the lifelong knowledge, that we are a very confident species, with even so much more to learn. 

Luck is (in many countries) to be used to call a favourable random result after-the-fact. So luck itself isn’t a quality of person, it’s an evaluation of a one-time event.

(LUCK = Preparation + Opportunity)      

Written by Richard, Happy Buddha Bournemouth