Superstition and luck…

Happy Friday the 13th!

I know this is a day where many people  get superstitious and expect bad things to happen…

I  like to look at things differently so on Friday the 13th I actually expect some surprise GOOD things to happen…

You ready to join me on that?

Right this second decide that today is your lucky day…

Think about when you were a kid and it was your birthday or the first day of vacation etc….

Remember what it was like to wake up EXCITED about the day…

You didn’t know what was going to happen, but the day had a feeling of promise and excitement to it…

That’s what I want you to do today!

If you are about to spout 8 million good reasons why you CAN’T do that like:

I’m bogged down in debt

I don’t have enough time

I don’t have enough money

I’m too stressed

My relationship sucks

I just lost my job

etc. etc. etc.


What?  How can I be so cold and insensitive to suggest that you just ignore all the bad in your life and expect something good to happen?

I’m not being cold and insensitive…

In fact, this is coming out of love…


That’s all I ask…

1 day where you choose to get excited and feel like luck is on your side and the day is full of possibility…

1 day!

If you hate it you can go back to exactly what you usually do tomorrow…

But today is LUCKY Friday the 13th!!

I can’t promise you that your life will change today…

But I can promise you that if you do this today, you are planting the seed of infinite possibility and positive expectation…

Look for the small positive clues that surround you right now (I guarantee they are there if you look for them and stop looking for proof of how bad and desperate things are for you.)

Your mindset today determines your reality tomorrow (I know in reality there is only NOW, but you know what I’m saying.)


Are you game?

Will you look at today with excitement and expectation?  You don’t have to know what you are excited about…in fact, that’s the point, you are surrounded by opportunity at ALL TIMES…so just get excited about that and about opportunity and fun and excitement being revealed to you.

Leave me a comment and let me know if you are in!

Happy Friday the 13th!!

Go Big


24 Responses to “Superstition and luck…”

  1. Susan says:

    I’m in. In fact I posted on my Facebook this morning before I left the house about today being Lucky Friday the 13th. 🙂

  2. Leila says:

    Hi Kristen,
    It’s true – that’s just how it used to be. Anything could happen and I was up for it.

  3. James says:

    I’m in!!

  4. Janelle says:

    Yep, I’m in! For starters, the sun is shining here, and it’s a beautiful day, and I am healthy! I look forward to the rest of today!

  5. bart van hoeck says:

    Have a great Friday 13th of October 🙂
    a challenge is welcome on myside since my day has not been without some trying to ruin it.
    And this made me question what can one still do to get out of the rat race.
    I have many don\’t and i\’m trying to get more of the do\’s not always successfull.
    YOU can easly say the inner voice still tends ro want to ruin and even if i shut the door in it face. I believe it still manages to get out thru the cracks so this keeps me want to keep on looking for as much material and looking for books to learn as much as i can to find out for that little ignorand little voice to shut up so i can finally feel the whole process of change and improvment cause the feeling loss & losing what i needed the most ends here!

  6. Easy. I was born April 13, so no worries! I always expect good and great!

    Go Big!


  7. Mercy says:

    I am totally IN! =) Woo Hoo!

  8. Larry Walton says:

    If everyone think like you it would be a wonderful world,keep teaching.

  9. Gulcan says:

    Today is my best day ever. I have made a good business deal. I also received my diploma. Today is the day when my luck has turned around and from this day on I expect miracles everyday.

  10. john says:

    Hi Kristen,

    I’m in. I started yesterday – with thining happiness – it really works and is easy to keep reminding myself as I notice when I am not thinking that way.

    So far – lots of small lovely things noticed – a great improvement over looking for that large one and being disappointed if it wasnt abvioulsly there.

    Keep smiling – John

  11. Mike Mckenna says:

    Yes Kristen I’m in, I believe 13 is a lucky number and today is the day for me to win the mega millions, woo hoo

  12. John says:

    First! My wife has always said that if 13 is her lucky number, she won’t have any unlucky ones, and I couldn’t agree more. As always, thanks for the inspiration.

  13. Alex Gabriel Vu says:

    superstition: it is exaggerated faith in our own conscious choice and at the same time denying the existing reality.

    Alex G. Vu

  14. Naomi says:

    This is my birthday, so I’ve never been superstitious about the number 13…it’s AWESOME…:-) Naomi

  15. T Olds says:

    Every day is a holiday.
    Every meal a feast.
    Every pay check is a fortune.
    Every day alive is a blessing….
    Let GOD figure out the rest.

  16. Linda says:

    Like you Kristen, I like the oppersite to what is the expectation, when negative thought patterns are the focus. I have gone for two opportunities I’d love to eventuate. Nothing lost, alot too be gained. My fingers are crossed, and I will be proof that 13 is a great number. Regards Linda

  17. Rosemary says:

    I\\\’m surprised I\\\’m the first to comment on this, but here goes. I didn\\\’t see this until now, and it\\\’s 7:35 the evening of Friday the 13th. I never thought much of Friday the 13th as having good or bad luck. In fact, some years ago, I managed a two building office complex wherein both of them had a 13th floor. If I could have put the management office in there, I would have, but it was fun to watch some people get discombobulated at the thought.

    On Tuesday, the Dancing with the Stars Results show featured Susan Boyle, singing \\"I Dreamed a Dream,\\" danced by two of the pros so beautifully, that I have gone back twice to the website to watch it. That, in and of itself, has inspired me to feel happy throughout this week. That is what life is all about for me. This is now, and I\\\’m enjoying it to the hilt.


  18. Megan Oneal says:

    I’m all for this. I woke up this morning and made a list of 10 thinks that I’m thankful for. And I could have gone on for ages. My day has been full of joy and expectations ever since.

  19. kate says:

    Hi, Had a really challenging Fri 13 due to a negative visitor that was staying with me for a few days. OMG–as someone who is trying to change thought processes toward what is good and positive—it was VERY difficult for me to keep veering into what is good and more positive. He kept saying that to think positive is to live in the dark and bury your head in the sand. While he watched fox news and carried on about terrorism, and global warming, and the end of our water supply and on and on — doom and gloom.
    I did not rise to this challenge very well. I eventually just shut up, kept quiet and felt alot of anxiety in my body.
    So when I look back on Fri 13, I will choose to look at the good in that day, instead of the negativity that was saturating my world. But I would like to know how people deal with the doom and gloom / negative people in their lives without going crazy.

  20. Kunobert says:

    Hi Kristin,
    Only just got to read your e-mail on Friday 13th.
    Well Friday did turn out lucky for me.
    On Saturday 14th. I had to give a lecture to the
    Thoesothical Society. I had nearly 7 months to
    prepare for it, but didn’t really do anything
    until Friday after work. Even though I was up late
    preparing my lecture, I just knew it would be
    Well Saturday afternoon and time for the lecture.
    After my presentation I recieved a standing
    ovation, it was that good. I didn’t expect that.
    for it

  21. You are so right. Our path in life is created by the choices we make along the way. With every step, you have a choice! Make it good.

    take care,
    Louise Lewis

  22. Timothy says:

    I had A great day….totally in the FLOW!!!!!

  23. Andrea says:

    Hi Kristen. This is my first time writing to you. I am so busy but I love what you are sending out. I hope you come back and read this. I have no problem with Friday 13th either. I’ve been made redundant from one of my teaching jobs and I went out with my colleagues for a meal on Friday 13th. It was lovely. They bought me dinner and gave me a wonderful gift. Now I have the opportunity to start to earn money in the right way for me at this time. It may be winning the lottery, practising Reiki, being a diet coach, teaching beginner’s Tai Chi, painting, writing. Nam Myoho Renge Kyo (=Chanting the Wonderful Law of Cause and Effect)Kindest regards, Andrea x

  24. Alex Gabriel Vu says:

    I live in the present, the things i do right now is hope for improvement for my future. I just want to let the future confirm that I am from the present.(Sometimes i dream about the future, but my heart and soul will always belong to the present.)

    Alex G. Vu

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