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Oh the Thrill and Despair of Gambling


I do not know of many people who LIKE to work hard and just receive a salary at the end of the month. There is a dream in most of us that somewhere along the line, Lady luck will be in our favour and we will receive

a small windfall
a big jackpot
the national lotto.

Dreaming is good. Creating a picture in your mind is the stip to manifistation of what you want.

Careful though. There is a thin line between greed and wanting abundance. Greed is the ONE thing that drags people into addiction.

"If only I win now , I ll be rich." Not true.

There is a saying that your gold is set out for you every day. Look for it as if it IS a million dollars, but then be happy if today it is only a hundred.

I spend my life helping people. Some I charge, others get the advise for free. It depends what I feel at that moment in time.

Seeing that spring is around the corner, I decided it is a good time to give back to the Universe.

That is one of the reasons I write here. You see, wanting to win a big jackpot is like wanting magic to be in the movies. Yet , it does not quite work like that.

Magic wants you to visualise, then use some tools and it will manifest. But.. if you do not visualize exactly.. you will be surprised when the manifistation is not quite what you expected.

Think for a moment about your favourite flower. Got it? Ok. Now think of the colour of your favourite flower. Ok what is it? Mine is a purple tulip. Now we both asked for a colour and a flower.. yet we get two totally different things... See what I mean?

Heed what I said above. Gambling should be FUN, not work or despair. If you are desperate to win, chances are you will lose. The subconcious mind see it as desperation : no money. no win. So before you decide to take a chance with Lady Luck.. visualize what you want. Believe. Relax. Have fun.. When it comes.. you will simply smile and breathe a quiet thank you to the universe.

More than this I can not say for then I am breaking rules ;) That's all.

Best wishes

Silver Jade

A Crazy psychic that decided owning a casino is a good way to help people...


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