Since human knowledge is far from perfect, our brains are hard-wired to look for cause and effect in the world. If one thing seems to happen before another, we may find ourselves linking them together to create superstition.

Many people have at least one superstitious belief. For example, Friday 13th is considered an unlucky day, but the Universe doesn’t go on hiatus on this particular day.

Our minds are all-powerful. What we focus our attention on expands and lends itself to the law of attraction. The law of attraction is more than a mystical belief – it is purposeful thought. Superstitions can put expectations in our mind that the law of attraction delivers on.

You can consciously choose positive thoughts and create empowering beliefs or allow superstitions to give way to unlucky scenarios.


One thought on “Superstitions

  1. Superstitions condition the mind for a purposeful outcome in the same manner as politics and religion. “Control” Some would argue that point because they’re sold out to their perspective realities that are fueled by these elements. Makes you wonder if “We” are really controling anything. Pardon me. The Matrix is one of my favorite movies. Lol

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