Why are some people lucky while others are not. Some say that luck is in our minds. That there is no such thing. That it simply is a human concept, a human perception. But there are always examples, and there are many, to prove that luck is real, definable.
There are many cases but probably finding a job or determining a career for oneself is the best example to highlight that luck is real. For example, why do some people struggle when it comes to finding a career or even simply a job? Why do some individuals lose a job when they are more qualified than the ones who somehow managed to keep theirs? How come some students have an easy time going to college while others struggle? Or again, why do some of the more qualified students fail to get scholarships? Or why is it that some very smart people never go to college at all?
One of the central reasons and probably the primary reason some people are successful is that there was some one in their life. A teacher, a mother, a father, or even someone unrelated who was there for them. Who encouraged them. Who believed in them. Usually it is never one person, so instead of having a mentor, they had a few mentors.
Right away it can be easily assumed that these mentors in still a confidence in a young person’s life, allowing them to succeed in realizing their dreams. However, is this the only role a mentor plays? Is it purely rooted in our physical world? Or is there more to it? Does a mentor unknowingly cross over to the spiritual world when they tutor or encourage their student?
Be Careful With Your Thoughts
Prayer clearly is present in all of the major religions. It is a form of worship, a connection to God. But it is also a petition to God for help. Such as help for a loved one with an illness, help with relationship issues, help with money problems, or help with career success, which is only a fraction of what can be prayed for. It is assumed that prayer is simply a request that we have no control over. That we are at the mercy of God.
However, some christian ministers have warned never to hold bad thoughts about anyone. At first, this can possibly be attributed to the ten commandments. For example, “Thou shalt not kill” or “Thou shalt not commit adultery” does not only mean the actual act but the thought of committing the act is a violation also. Having bad thoughts is a sin.
But are malicious thoughts merely sin? Or is something more going on when we have them? Do they stay hidden deep within us where only God knows what they are, or do they somehow get out, finding their way into the real world? Many believers, ministers, theologians do believe that these dark thoughts can come true. We are to avoid them because they can enter into our reality. It seems that when God gave us the power of prayer we didn’t realize or comprehend how great this gift is, because the more potent the gift the greater the chance it can be used in an evil way. So it seems God didn’t put prayer completely on his side. In other words, he front-loaded it on our side.
This could explain why some individuals don’t succeed at anything, especially when they don’t have someone on their side believing in them. In many cases I have unfortunately seen the exact opposite, and I am dismayed at why this has to happen. Is it charisma? Is it looks? Is it personality? Why are some people neglected, while others are not? I have seen young people try their hardest to fulfill their dreams alone. Only to fail time and time again. I have even seen it when they try to tell someone, such as an adult like a mother or father or aunt or uncle, what their interests are, what they are trying to accomplish. They get the negative stares in response, the rejection, almost as if they are saying “how dare you.”
Can Our Thoughts Manifest Into Our Reality?
There are many sources concerning what the human mind is capable of doing. Probably the most well known is “The Secret” videos and book by Rhonda Byrne. The Secret outlines how the human mind is capable of attracting what it desires. It explains how our wishes can come true. I am familiar with The Secret and also Joe Vitale’s “The Attractor Factor: 5 Easy Steps for Creating Wealth (or Anything Else) from the Inside Out.” If these two authors are on to something about what the human mind is capable of doing, how exactly does it work? Is the universe somehow bending to our desires? In the book “Parallel Universe Of Self” by Frederick Dodson, the author goes further on how we make personal desires or goals in life come true. The author states that when a goal is achieved we are actually moving into a parallel universe.
This is a remarkable concept, that we can manifest our intentions by moving through parallel universes. But all three of these authors push their ideas from the perspective of the individual. However, what about the group? When there is more than one person involved, can someone else negate what someone else wants? If one person desires to start a business but two or three other jealous people want him or her to fail, then which kind of reality will manifest? I think by overwhelming numbers the reality where the business fails will unfold. If someone tries to succeed and ultimately has no one on their side to support them then they will have no luck.
Yes, the Group Does Have an Affect
The idea that we can alter reality has been proven by experiment. Professor William Tiller of Stanford University performed a series of tests and yes, he used more than one person to perform them. Four people would meditate and then state their intent. In one experiment, their goal was to alter the ph of water by one ph unit. He set up two groups, a control device wrapped in a aluminum Faraday cage and a main device. The result, while the control device remained unchanged, the ph level in the main device did change! What Doctor Tiller found was rather interesting. Human intent can change the nature of reality itself. He explains that immediately right after the big bang, space had a high level of symmetry which he called the Su(2) gauge state. As the universe cooled, vacuum space became more random, changing to the u(1) gauge state. When human intent becomes involved, vacuum space is raised back up to the Su(2) gauge state. This shows that space is malleable and can be controlled by the human mind. But this is not the only aspect that Professor Tiller determined. In summary, he found out the following:
- Space Remembers; Even after the four individuals stopped thinking about the main device, the ph level still remained altered, even months after.
- Higher Dimensions is Where Intent Takes Place; There is real space and reciprocal space. In real space, everything is perceived as separate and distinct. In reciprocal space, everything is entangled or connected.
- Emotion is Very Important in Shaping Reality; Love raises the gauge symmetry of space, such as love between spouse to spouse, or parent to child.
So Is Luck a Consequence of the Symmetry of Space?
Can Professor Tiller’s discoveries explain if luck or the lack of is possible? If love is the corner stone then it may also explain why some people don’t have any luck at all. If they are alone or if they have people around them that don’t care or maybe even unfortunately have people around them that don’t like them, then the space will remain at the random u(1) gauge state. They will then be at the mercy of this randomness.
If someone has a mentor or more than one mentor, this clarifies why everything seems to work out for them. All of their accomplishments and milestones seem to fall into place in a definite pattern or rhythm. Is this a consequence of the new raised symmetric space?
Other questions arise when considering this new paradigm. Can a person by himself control his own destiny? What if an individual has a great idea for an invention or for a novel. Or maybe someone is learning to play an instrument and is learning to write songs. Or what if they are trying to start a business. The ultimate question that comes to mind concerns telling anyone what you are doing. If you are thrilled with your new found talent or goal, should you tell anyone? Of course, if you have loved ones that will always back you up and support you then it goes without question. But should you tell someone who might be jealous about what you are doing? Or should you keep it a secret? Obviously you should keep it a secret despite how thrilled you may be. Sometimes we may want to tell people who don’t believe in us so that we can prove them wrong. Despite the urge, this can be a big mistake. However, the earlier question comes to mind again. Can one individual counter the effects of two or more people that are against what he or she is trying to accomplish?
This question does have an answer and again, as mentioned before, it is no, and I counter that love is not the only emotion that can affect space. I believe that any emotion strong enough can create intent, can alter the gauge aspect of space. Also, unfortunately when someone is at odds with everyone else I don’t think that that person is being forced into random gauge u(1) space. If this were true then random space could still allow someone to succeed, randomly. I think it is worse than that. I believe that the unlucky individual is a victim of everyone's Su(2) gauge space. I believe this because sometimes a person’s bad luck can unfortunately seem to follow a pattern also.
Always Have Good Thoughts
So is luck real? Maybe it is or maybe it isn’t. It is just our way of explaining success which seems to be random among the populace. However, if space can be altered by our own minds then there is no such thing as luck. Our own achievements are a result of the intent of the individuals around us, so we should do our best to have good thoughts about everyone, to help everyone to achieve their own dreams.