In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote:
This will be interesting for many readers:
Why does everyone say that it is not wise to visualize winning the lottery?
Thanks a lot for your kind response."
You're most welcome.
Personally, I think there are more folks out there telling you to visualize winning the lottery than there are those that are telling you not to, but maybe it's just me.
That said, right after the movie The Secret came out and for a year or so thereafter, I was bombarded, absolutely bombarded, with questions about how to apply Wallace D. Wattles' principles to winning the lottery, so many, in fact, that I wrote an article about it and made it publicly available.
I'm going to answer your question by referring you to that article. It's titled "Are You Missing Something?" Click or tap the link below to read it.
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By the way, the Wallace D. Wattles quote I refer to in that article comes from "Mental Co-Operation", the twelfth of fifteen articles in his Lessons in Constructive Science series.
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