Was it the random acts of kindness that lead my psychic sister to win the lottery?
My sister Carol lives in a small country town in Western Australia which is home to about 2,000 people. She is a larger than life person, a big kind of small town celebrity. Every Thursday lunch-time a number of local women gather to have lunch at a favorite local eatery. The group lovingly penned themselves 'the fat tarts', but later, due to the pressures of being politically correct, they renamed themselves the 'The Succulent Goddesses'.
Each Thursday lunch-time there is a gathering of the Succulent Goddesses. A tin is placed in the middle of the table for donations of their loose change. This loose change is used for performing random acts of kindness. On a recent family visit I became intrigued about this practice - and wanted to know the practical workings and actual stories of random acts of kindness of the Succulent Goddesses.
I wanted to know how they actually assigned and spent this money in their random acts of kindness. Carol said they usually heard about certain townspeople in distress from the town’s grapevine or from local community clubs such as RSL and Rotary. The Succulent Goddesses would usually put some cash in an envelope, marked ‘gift from above’ and place it under the recipient’s door. Delivery of these magical envelopes would be facilitated in the darkness of night with no info about where it came from. She told me that sometimes they would call utility agencies and pay bills direct for people. She told me some wonderful heart warming stories of random acts of kindness. Like the time before Christmas when a local family had lost their Christmas presents in a fire and the Succulent Goddesses got together to buy them lots of new presents for the kids.
But how do random acts of kindness lead to psychic lotto wins you may ask.
My sister is a remarkable woman. Like me, she is an exceptional psychic. She is also a Reiki Master, she does rebirthing, reads crystals and the tarot and has had her own east-coast syndicated radio show. She has done a whole array of remarkable things and she is a very, very funny person too. When she had mentioned to me that she was going to win the 1st division in lotto, I thought no more of it.
Carol preaches prosperity and abundance thinking, but I always took issue with this – responding with "2% of the world population owns 98% of the wealth" and telling her to "go read some sociology" or something along such lines. Her stories of random acts of kindness form part of her lessons in developing a prosperity and abundance mindset.
The whole notion of this prosperity and abundance thinking stuff somehow seemed rotten at the core to me. She dismissed me as, "the poor and negative thinking family intellectual". We would often banter about such things. And she never did become interested in Marx, Durkheim or Theobald.
Carol had a deep knowing that her group’s acts of kindness would return abundance to them in magical ways. And a psychic with a deep knowing is something to take notice of, but more specifically she had seen the lotto win in a dream as well.
Anyways, my birthday in September 2006 was gazumped by the news headline Psychic Wins Lottery.
Three of my sisters were part of her syndicate of twenty-one women. It was the first time a first division prize had been won in their small and humble little eco-tourism town.
The Succulent Goddesses’ prosperity and abundance thinking really did lead to psychic lotto wins for them all. Oh, and their acts of kindness went up a notch too.
Under the nom de plume of Clere Hayes, Jaahda’s book Dètournèè is described by a literary reviewer as, "a women's new-age psychic thriller".
Dètournèè (word meaning Temptation) is a story of 2 women, and the man whose attentions they were both vying for. This battle took them all headlong into the mysterious world of invisible forces that shape all relationships; a place where intimacy can become uncomfortable, sharing becomes intrusive, and where friendship can become a gateway to darkness. Clere's story starts with betrayal and we follow her and the other characters into a world of psychic and emotional turmoil and bewilderment. Clere's psychic abilities, once her bread and butter gifts now become her worst liability and a gateway into a scary world of dark, invisible forces. Her experience changed her perceptions forever; it may well just do the same for you.
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