Dream a Lottery Win Tonight, specializes in the application of subtle energy and its prophetic vision attributes. We accomplish this by activating an energized intention near the mind's source of subtle energy.
Author: Larry Vingelman
When I host book signings and give lectures on lottery prediction, people always ask, If lotteries are random draws, how can they be predicted? I always answer the same way. Lotteries are predictable because we have the ability to redirect subtle energy. With about 20 to 30 people present, I always ask how many are familiar with subtle energies. No one has ever raised their hand. And, why should they! It's only been within the last 30 to 40 years that Science discovered subtle energies and their role in manifesting human desire. It's only been within the last 10 years that this research and experimentation has been available to the general public in books like Lynne McTaggart's The Intention Experiment or Dr. Tiller's Conscious Acts of Creation. As a matter of fact, it has only been this year (2013) that Dr. Peter Higgs won the Nobel Prize for his work on the God Particle. The first subtle energy particle ever found at the new CERN accelerator. With these discoveries and experiments on the redirection of subtle energy, Scientists believe that a new technology has been born. Significantly more powerful than electromagnetic energy, significantly more powerful than nuclear energy, subtle energy technology will bring about new ways for human populations to interact, and new ways to communicate. It will significantly change our health care industry and influence the movement towards world peace. Most interesting, are the time and space attributes of subtle energy that allow the human mind to predict the future and consequently win lotteries. In the science of Quantum Mechanics, experimenting at the level of subtle energy, scientists found that their observations were affecting the outcome of the experiments. Somehow, the experimenter's consciousness was having an effect on our everyday reality of atoms and elements. This led to other experiments many concerning time displacement. As it turns out, subtle energy does not conform to the way you and I experience sequential time. Subtle energy is unbound by time and space - giving it predictive potential. A few daring researchers now understand subtle energy to be a vast field of potential energy supporting our everyday reality and somehow this energy is intimately interconnected with our minds. Consequently, at this stage of subtle energy technology research, researchers are studying ways that the mind can amplify subtle energies to manifest human desires for better health, wealth and abundance, world peace, lasting vitality, and prophetic vision. Dream a Lottery Win Tonight, specializes in the application of subtle energy and its prophetic vision attributes. We accomplish this by activating an energized intention near the mind's source of subtle energy. In this way, we amplify the intention to win a lottery. Of course, we could amplify any intention including those for better health or world peace. We decided on lottery prediction not because it was easy but because it was difficult and because the results are quantitative not subjective. In developing the skill of prophetic vision to win a lottery, we use an energized intention activated as close to the mind's Source of subtle energy as possible. To get close to the Source, we use mantras. These mantras resonate frequencies that are specific to the results we seek. In this case, we use the Lakshmi Mantra, used since antiquity to enhance ones abilities at games of chance. Once close to the source, we activate an energized intention. The intention is energized with emotion and bright sense visualizations. We perform this meditation just before retiring enhancing our dreams allowing us to predict a winning number. In this way, we use subtle energies to win the lottery. Larry Vingelman Author
I think what's most important is that we dream beyond life's expectations for us,
and that our dreams are realistic. One chance in fourteen million that you're going
to win tonight's Powerball is not realistic. And finally, what good comes from ...
Author: Cody Lowry
Publisher: Savio Republic
In this inspirational chronicle, entrepreneur Cody Lowry shares how the events in his life led him to become a motivational force in the lives of others. Through humorous, real-life stories, he’ll arm the reader with a new definition of the word “schmooze” that will empower them to unleash their full potential. Schmooze is jam-packed with Cody’s real-life experiences that will inspire readers: • Setting up a meeting with the President of the United States in one week • Being chosen to carry the torch in the Olympic Torch Relay • Receiving a Super Bowl Ring from an NFL Hall of Fame head coach • Getting a baseball autographed by the Pope This book for the ages, as powerful as Dale Carnegie’s iconic How to Win Friends & Influence People, is a modern self-help guide that will be hard to put down.
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“Where is the love of your life tonight?” “Went to the Quick-Mart.” “What? He trying
to win the big jackpot, too?” “What jackpot?” “Girl, you know the lottery jackpot is
fifty million this week. That's why the lines have been wrapped around the ...
Author: Carl Weber
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
Which of us hasn't daydreamed about what we'd do if we won the lottery? A Dollar And A Dream brings those fantasies to hilarious, heartbreaking life in three stories by #1 national bestselling author Carl Weber and La Jill Hunt, Essence bestselling author Angel Hunter, and Cushcity.com bestselling author Dwayne S. Joseph. In "Easy Street," Carl Weber and La Jill Hunt deliver a drama-filled world of money, greed, and lies. When Paul, a wannabe player, is sent out by his neighbors to buy lottery tickets, his world is turned upside-down--and so are the lives of unsuspecting friends who may not only lose the winning tickets, but also their homes. . . "Ghetto Fabulous" is the story of a single mother with three kids from three different daddies. Money is what she needs, yet when she wins big, she's left wondering what to do. Friends and family she never knew she had are suddenly coming out of the woodwork. But where were they when she needed help? With one person designated to purchase tickets for the $180 million jackpot, six co-workers lives will be changed forever as each of them learns just how strong the pull of money can be. "One Night, Six Dreams" is a wild, shocking tale of just how far a person might go to have it all. . .. Join these unforgettable characters as they learn exactly what money can and can't buy in three fabulous, fast-paced stories of getting rich--and staying real. Includes A Teaser Chapter From Carl Weber's Upcoming Novel Player Haters
Winning. the. Game. As Bob was making a break for the door he heard a familiar
voice ring out from down the hall. “Oh Bob,” Mrs. ... While standing in the check
out line, he notices the ad for the state's lottery. “Tonight's Lotto, worth $12 million.
Author: James T. Durkin
Robert Hamlin, a 19-year-old college student lacking self-confidence and motivation, returns home from college one weekend. After another long conversation with his mother about "it’s now time to pick a college major . . . ", Bob goes to sleep for the evening and his future is revealed to him by a series of dreams. While in college, two major events occur in Robert Hamlin’s life. First, he wins the Illinois lottery, co-winning a $12 million purse. His great luck financially permits him to create a successful political consulting firm and be elected to the U.S. Congress at the age of 25. Second, the U.S. Constitution is amended to prohibit discrimination in employment by one’s age. He later uses the amendment to run for the U.S. presidency----and gets elected at the age of 29. In his short political career and young age, he offers policy proposals with a strong sense of candor, not too often seen by elected officials in our democracy today. In doing so, he subsequently wins over the hearts of both men and women by working with people to realistically address the problems facing our country. Throughout the story, he addresses the disbelief young people have toward politics from repeated scandals of corruption, lying, and other "questionable" activities. Robert Hamlin lives his life in a manner to demonstrate how elected officials can help our nation’s citizens. He believes that, "Public officials have forgotten that they are elected and paid by us." He summarizes the need to move forward by saying, "Let the future begin." The first in an anticipated series of three stories, In My Dreams helps to inform Americans about the political process. More importantly, it tries to serve as a symbol of hope for a better future in our political system--by giving people an opportunity to "vote for a candidate, rather than against one."
... in while your partner's in the shower, leaving a secret “I Love You” note or “I
want to make love to you tonight” note in your partner's bag or wallet? ... It's been
said countless times you can't expect to win the lottery if you don't buy a ticket.
Author: Karen Offord
Publisher: Balboa Press
When we are alone, our shields can come down. We no longer need to hide behind the many masks we wear. We don’t have to waste energy hiding our flaws from others. But in the apparent safety of that solitude, there lurks a trap. Too many of us choose to focus on past traumas and dramas. It’s easy to get trapped by the regrets, pains, and failures of the past—and fears of what disappointments may await in the future. Why do we choose to allow what has happened and what may happen to destroy any hope of a happy life today? There is a way to escape this negative, unproductive, and self-destructive way of life—and you won’t believe how much your life will change when you decide you’ve had enough of being your own worst enemy. Dare to Dream: Your Journey of a Lifetime focuses on developing the most important and valuable relationship you will ever have—the relationship you have with yourself. When you can embrace yourself, you can embrace others. When you can forgive yourself, you can forgive others. When you can accept yourself, you can accept others. When you can love yourself, you can love others. Throughout Dare to Dream, you will fi nd simple truths, tools, techniques, and resources to start living an authentic life you can love, starting right now—authentically. One step at a time, each step consciously leads you in the direction you choose to go with love and with joy.
I might consider buying a Euro Millions lottery ticket as the jackpot has risen to a
modest 75 million pounds ; my dream of buying ... 27 October Foolishly I have
indulged my fantasies about a Lottery win , buying two tickets for tonight ' s
Author: Joe Hebden
This book is for anyone who has ever worked in an office, or for anyone who has worked, or for anyone who would rather not work. There is always the hope that we can escape a dull routine and realise the potential locked away in all of us. Follow this funny and passionate account of one man's journey within and outside the world of work.
... s shoulder , he walked him to the door , explaining that the two gentlemen had
spoken truly , that this lottery win increased the prestige of the company in any
case . ... And until tonight then , of course ; I wouldn ' t want to miss the ceremony .
Author: Cornelius Schnauber
Publisher: German literature, art & thought
This is an anthology of contemporary Swiss literature to be translated into English. Almost one third of the texts are originals, published for the first time in any language. It includes both fiction and non-fiction texts which explore Switzerland's complex love-hate relationship with the United States, and a preface on the views of Max Frisch and Friedrich Durrenmatt, two of Switzerland's most prominent literary figures. Contributors: Etienne Barilier, Franco Beltrammetti, Peter Bichsel, Iso Camartin, Kuno Raeber, Jurg Federspiel, Christoph Geiser, Eugen Gomringer, Hanno Helbling, Urs Jaeggi, Hanna Johansen, Jurg Laederach, Hugo Loetscher, Herbert Meier, Adolf Muschg, Daniel Odier, Erica Pedretti, Romey Sabalius, Cornelius Schnauber, Flurin Spescha, Gene O. Stimpson, Yves Velan, Walter Vogt, Urs Widmer, Gertrud Wilker, and Uli Zingg. Co-published with the McMaster Colloquium on German Literature and Art.
CHAPTER 16 LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS “YOUR NAME CAME UP IN
TONIGHT'S LOTTERY DRAW. ... If you can't afford to buy a seat—and they're
priced so high few people can—your only hope of making a trip is to win the
lottery. ... which were effectively being redeemed at no cost to the Ecosystem —
all it was providing in return for them was hopes and dreams, only a few of which
it had to fulfill.
Author: Davie Henderson
Publisher: Medallion Media Group
In a world on the verge of environmental catastrophe, supercomputers have determined that the only way to sustain life is to run communities logically by rationing every resource and monitoring every action to make sure it is in accordance with the Common Good. Amidst a division between Names (naturally born people) and Numbers (those created through genetical engineering), detective Ben Travis and his Number partner Paula are on the case of a murdered plant prospector. They end up discovering a fatal corruption that leads Ben to uncover a random emotional error in his partner: a belief in love. On the run in the ruins of a world that has been abandoned for 60 years, Ben and Paula encounter other survivors and rediscover the reverence for nature, life, and love.
Jesus knows how to use the very tools of Satan against him, and it was in this
dream he showed me the way to do just that. How many of you ... My action was
to buy this ticket, use these numbers, and win yesterday's lottery. I had doubt, but
Author: Philip M. LaVoie
Scraping sounds awake you from your sleep. Something putrid is moving underneath the bed, with razor talons only a thin mattress away from tearing you to shreds. Cringing with disbelief, in a panic you suddenly flee from the bedroom and down the stairs, screaming. In the living room, your corner vision catches a pair of glowing eyes shifting across the large picture window, and when you turn to look they are still there, only now joined with a drooling maw of fangs. As your heart races to the point of bursting from your chest, you flatten yourself against the wall trying praying to remain unseen until a ghostly, disembodied voice whispers your name from down the hallway. It sounds like a child, but you and your wife have no children. Your wife? Oh, God, where is she? There, in the kitchen she stands, smiling. At last, a piece of sanity from this insane night, and you rush to your loving mate. Behind her back she holds a gleaming butcher knife, waiting to return your embrace. In one swift stoke, her hand arcs down, and you Turn the page onto the next chapter, nervously anticipating what new horror awaits you this evening.
Who will gain the crown tonight , who will hold the winning ticket in the great
dream lottery ? This is the spectacle they love the best , better even than the
Academy Awards or the telethon for crippled children . Miss Arkansas gets two
votes out ...
Author: Mark Vinz
Poems deal with childhood, the nature of experience, family relationships, memories, reassurance, and dreams
Underneath , more simply , in white : Tonight ' s ( Wed ) Winning Numbers are , 8
, 17 , 24 , 29 , 40 , 46 . One of them was his age , another his birthday . He only
did the lottery on Saturdays . At the foot of the board , in pink balloon letters this ...
Author: Nicholas Royle
Publisher: Tindal Street Press
Ten stories from the margins of the urban landscape but deeply embedded in the noir.