You can actively cultivate luck.
Prepare and seize the opportunities within your reach.
As wild as it may seem, luck, good fortune, whatever you may call it is certainly an attainable and tune-able skill. Just as any physical activity is something that can be trained in , luck itself can be honed in upon over time and with deliberate practice. Although some may mention that their natural state is unlucky, one could argue the same for said physical tasks. As an infant , one is not born into this world being able to run the 100 meter in any capacity.
1. Understand what it is that you wish to attain.
2. Understand with your entire being that many things move and take place far outside of your radar.
3. Understand that your awareness shapes your vision. If you are told to think of a Yellow car, day in and day out for a week, the odds of you catching onto them when out and about raises significantly. It's not that there were none of them around you before, it's that by being brought to the forefront of your awareness you are now able to seize the opportunity of seeing them.
4. Try. You must try. Shoot your shot. If you never try, you'll never attain anything. You will miss very often but your hit rate will also go up. Most of the lucky breaks that I caught were due to simply trying more than most. Many of the things that you desire are one Ask away, one Reach beyond where you currently sit.
Go out and act upon this world.
In the coming months, I'll be sharing with you words and work related to a series that I'm developing. It's the first of many in the world of Manikk Realm.
It's called Gokiburi and I'm quite happy to let this project grow here.
This story deals with the topics of self worth, friendship, potential ,tough calls, love, family, society, mental health, technological innovation, morality , ambition and death.
Through these twelve branches, this story may grant you a better means to reflect upon yourself.
The stories of Manikk Realm aim to serve as a mirror in which you can grow and learn.
On a journey. Searching for something. Sharing what's found.