Would you mind throwing some winning lotto numbers my way?
I happen to keep an index card with winning lottery numbers on it in my wallet, just for situations like this. Grab yourself a pencil and paper: 5, 38, 24, 18, 17, 1.
Full disclosure: I found them in an August 6, 1984 Time Magazine clip about a New York man who became America’s biggest lottery winner by playing the telephone number of a passing cab. Please know that I’m not being a lazy psychic by giving you these numbers in lieu of using my Spidey Senses. There’s a method to my madness.
Law of Attraction states, “That unto itself is drawn.” This means that everything is energy and that similar energies are attracted.
You can see this principle in action by putting the ends of two magnets together. Depending on their polarities, they will either repel or connect.
Because these numbers already have lottery-winning energy attached, I believe they will be drawn again. The trick is to charge your energy field so that it is magnetically drawn to both the winning numbers and a really awesome jackpot.
How the heck do you do that? Whenever you find yourself in your happy place, take full advantage of that great mood by imagining that you just won the lottery. What will you spend the money on? Where will you be when you win?
(True story: my mom’s friend Laverne was on the toilet when her husband announced they’d just won a million dollars.)
Feeling good is the key to energetic attraction, so if you’re in a lousy mood, don’t try to cheer yourself up by focusing on that lottery dream. It’s counterproductive.
Interested in learning more about the Law of Attraction and how to use it? Abraham-Hicks is my favorite teacher of this subject. They have hundreds of free videos available online. Just pop on over to YouTube and enter Abraham Hicks + Lottery (or any other subject that’s on your mind) in the search bar.
The Ghost Dog Diaries is a weekly advice column, inspired by the late PJ Cuddlesworth. Three hours after PJ's passing, Erin held an Irish Wake in her honor. That's when her name appeared in her beer. (Misspelled, of course. Ghost Dogs aren't equipped with Autocorrect.) Erin and PJ have been giving psychic readings and helping people connect with their loved ones who have passed ever since.