Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

August 16, 2011

Freedom From The "Inside Out"???

I would like 2 be free 2 do what I want 2! - )
Another article from the edition of the Inside Out magazine that I've been raving on about in recent posts on this blog lately, got me to thinking how close I have been to hitting first prize in the lotto over the last decade or two, but have just fallen at the last hurdle (number).
The above photo is the new feather filled pillow I bought from my work's competitors.
How appropriate is it that they go by the trading name of  
"Freedom"?
The advert from "Inside Out" magazine.
I saw it advertised in the "Green Frog with the Red Eyes" edition of Inside Out magazine and thought I need a new cushion for my desk chair and how appropriate? 
The number 2 prevented my exit from the company I work for, more than a decade ago...and that was my house number at the time :- ( 
The winning div. 3 prize for 5 numbers in a sys. 9 (one number short)
I had formed a lotto syndicate at work at the time with ten co-workers for the old Thursday night lotto draw.
We only played one system 9...9 numbers that I intuitively picked, (which is 9 numbers combined in every possible winning combination), five times before we hit 5 winning numbers out of 6 (number 2 was the number we didn't have...which was [as you can see in the photo of the cheque header] the number of the house I was renting with my wife at the time).
The 10 of us got $820 each, instead of the $300 000 each we would have got for one more number.
We put it behind us, and kept trying and of course, more co-workers wanted in (everybody loves a winner, don't they?), so we formed a 20 person syndicate and about one year later, and we had another 5 numbers out of 6 (I don't know what the numbers where for that one, and which number cost us the big one), and another cheque for $3888.20.
But among 20 co-workers, that was less than $200 each :- (
The TWO winning syndicate cheques.
 I got sick of running the syndicate and chasing co-workers for money, and since nobody else wanted to organize it, it disbanded and I just went to playing my own set of registered numbers on a standard 12 games sheet.
Numbers that I had picked myself.
I had played these for about 6 months, and I was thinking of giving it up...and then...
...5 winning numbers out of 6 again...but this time the prize was all mine, no sharing (except with the wife, that is...but she won $1 800 on a random quick-pic...one number short again ) and as you can see from the coupon it was number 4 this time that cost me about 
$1 000 000.
The winning dividend for the Saturday night draw ($648.50) .
The newsagents printed the winning dividend on the back of my coupon and gave it back, because I still had a live game with those numbers for the Wednesday night draw...and it didn't win, so I got to keep the actual coupon.
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS BOOK !
Now, this ad in the magazine for the number 2 pillow and the above book called How to Pick Your Personal Lottery Numbers (notice how it doesn't say "winning numbers" in the title;- ) by Dr Robert Hieronimus, which I happen to be half way through reading  
(it's crap, by the way), got me to thinking, "why can't we just pick them with our intuition???".
I had a lady in my work syndicate who's husband dreamed the first three winning numbers in the right order for an upcoming lotto draw and I watched them come out in that order with my own eyes, so I know he was absolutely right with his precognitive dream.
I have never witnessed anything like it in my life, it's kind of spooky. 
But I wished I could do it.
Then I thought why not...why can't we tap into the collective unconscious and pick the winning numbers.
If you can dream them, then why can't just receive them in a meditative state of mind?
 So, I thought why not try playing little mind games trying to use intuition and tap the subconscious when picking lotto numbers...it can't be any worse than letting a machine pick them for you. 
So the feather-filled pillow is a symbol that sits on my chair to challenge me to meditate on the winning numbers and play it like a game where the outcome is not about financial gain, but just as a game to play to see how close I can get to the winning numbers with my minimum entry game.
I encourage everyone to try using their intuition, rather than letting some mindless machine pick them.
After all, like me, most times we are our own prisoner.
Freedom is there...we just have to be able to let ourselves walk out of the open cage that our mind keeps telling us is locked shut.
Subliminal CDs like the one below I'm finding are pretty good, too.
Whether it's just a placebo effect, or not I don't know.
But I have been winning way more minor prizes picking my own numbers after listening to this CD than I would playing quick-pics.
Even if it doesn't give me the numbers, it's still great for the wave sounds.
I may not ever win the big one this way, but I am sure going to give it a shot. 
At the same time I won't be putting any pressure on myself to win it.
It will just be a fun game to play like guessing the outcome of Zenner cards (not that I've ever tried Zenner cards).
The orange tag is off the feather-filled pillow,and wave sounds on CD.
Sometimes you just have to let yourself go ;- )
Caged bird within a free bird.
Follow your own intuition...what have you got to lose, anyway???

2 comments:

karena said...

I have been having the thought circling my head to buy a ticket and have put it out of my mind as foolish...but after reading this...I am buying the ticket...I think power ball lottery still needs to be won. Thanks for the encouragement.

funny..my word verify is psycher...hmmm

all the more reason to buy the ticket...I'll cut you in if the tickets a winner!!

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

By all means play the lotto,but you pick the numbers,don't let the machine pick them for you.Let the numbers fall into your consciousness and then mark them on to the coupon.
The trick is to treat it like a game where the money is not important to the outcome
(that's the hard part and probably why a lot of people...including myself...can't win if they are desperate to get out of a dead-end job situation).
I have always had way more luck when I pick the numbers myself.The wins above where all numbers picked by myself,not the machine.
Not to say you won't win with a quick-pic (my wife got $1800 [5 out of 6 numbers]once because she dreamed of baby spiders hatching and falling from the roof,and she has hardly ever played lotto since)
but I find your chances are better if you pick them in a right brain/meditative state.

Try it.Give yourself one year,and just play the minimum games
(e.g. one game of Oz lotto is $1.20,tonight's Queensland draw is $2.20 for four games) these amounts won't cost you your house,and it's a nice little hobby/game which will force you a meditate and let your mind go blank and just let the numbers appear.
Treat it as a little game to see how close you can get your meditative numbers as close to the drawn numbers with minimum expenditure.I think you will be pleasantly surprised in the long run.