“We understood this very clearly back in 1950 that the analytical mind was something which was capable of sane conclusions based upon rational experience. … But that isn’t the way a thetan thinks and if you’ve still come up from Book One thinking a thetan thinks that way, he doesn’t. He takes a know at the environment and predicts. …
“And this is luck. The faculty known as luck is the ability to predict. When an individual depends utterly upon luck without predicting, he’s going to be failed. But if he is relaxed about winning the poker game, he will win. You get the idea?
“Why does he win? Well, it’s because he is so relaxed that he predicts whether his hand is the winning hand or not. He doesn’t try to read it from the faces of his fellow players. This doesn’t matter, it’s not on their faces anyhow.”
“When patterns are broken, new worlds emerge.”
Author and Musician, Tuli Kupferberg
Your action for today is to identify a pattern that is not working for you and make a commitment to change it.