Our minds react strongly to symbols we recognize Lucky Charms and good luck symbols are ancient - and often come from religious or spiritual practices. The meaning becomes diluted over time, yet the good, hopeful feelings remain. They attract you by appearance - but their real power comes when you understand your own Focus, Emotions, Expectations and Goals. Think Lucky - When you expect good luck, and you give your attention to a symbol you believe will help you - you are...
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Lucky Horseshoes Symbol of Protection and Luck Originated from Europe Folklore/Superstitions: According to legend, St Dunstan encountered the Devil when he was a blacksmith before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury. The legend recounts that, one day, the Devil walked into Dunstan's shop and asked him to shoe his horse. St Dunstan pretended not to recognize him, and agreed to the request; but rather than nailing the shoe to the horse's hoof, he nailed it to the Devil's own foot, causing him great...
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