For almost my entire life, I have practiced the use of good luck chants to steer my way through the turbulent waters of life. When visualizing the future that I want for myself, I often invoke the power of luck. Back in June, I wrote about how you can live a charmed life of luck in one of my very first entries here. And I began thinking about it again recently because of a very lucky string of events that occurred in my life. I truly believe that when such a stack of good luck lands all over itself that it is not just an act of coincidence. The manipulation of certain forces can cause your luck to turn. Bad to better is what you want. Bad to worse is sometimes what you get. Why leave it to fate when you could employ a few good luck chants to steer the course of your destiny?
It is often said that we make our own luck and I mostly think that’s true. Of course, there is dumb luck or blind luck, which is when the universe simply bestows upon you something you did not work for or even begin to expect. Some believe that it is when hard work and opportunity meet that luck occurs. I argue instead that our fates are tied to the intersection of coincidence and spiritual preparation. We can steer the cosmic forces that are around us to arouse the spirits of generosity to align with the good graces of blind luck. And it is in those moments that we truly feel lucky. My contribution to this in my own life is the daily use of chants.
Poets and prophets have always known the power of their own voices. When you vocalize your own thoughts and emotions you create vibrations in the air. That’s the science of it. This manipulation of the waves of sound can provide you with some pretty awesome power. Understand that everything in the universe is completely related and that sound and light are basically the same thing. Everything from the waves of the ocean to the rays of the cosmos exist in a spirit of absolute balance. By manipulating something as simple as sound, you can have a great effect on everything it interacts with.
If you remember the book Frank Herbert’s Dune or the 1980s science fiction film adapted from it, the main character Paul Atreides developes the ability to move and destroy things in his path through the use of sound. He becomes so powerful in the weirding way over the course of the story that he eventually no longer needs the use of a module or amplifier. He wields this power with only his voice. Now, you’ll probably never crack a forty year old Sting’s torso open with just a good luck chant, but you too can alter your path through life with the power of sound.
In sound manipulation, you quickly find that some frequencies are more powerful than others. This is why we gravitate to certain notes and chords in music. It is why a dog whistle’s tone makes Fido bark. What the power behind these good luck chants really boils down to is simple sound manipulation. Tried and true chants passed down through the ages are generally composed of words that contain power frequencies when spoken. By making a short chant a day in and day out ritual of your life, you can send a constant signal or frequency out to the forces around you.
Focusing the power of your voice is most commonly expressed through the use of chants. Sometimes that chant can be used as a part of a larger spell casting or a religious sacrament. In comparative religion, we find that many church dogmas share the same overall concepts. Chanting is found in all of them although it is known by many different names. Whether you employ the use of chants in meditation, singing of hymns, speaking in tongues or recitation of prayer, all of these types of sound manipulation can be used to call on the power of good luck. Its a call and response and a summoning of Lady Luck into existence around you. Hey, if you’ve never heard one, here is an example of a Buddhist luck chant. I think when we hear the words good luck chant, it’s the one that most often comes to mind.
If you find yourself down and out, financially or otherwise, use a good luck chant to help you turn things around. This is not something that you will only employ once to any level of great success. These chants are designed to be used over and over again. Consider them a mantra and it is through daily use that they can really have a true impact on your life. They have helped me tremendously over the years and it is my pleasure to be able to share them with you. What will you need to add these chants to your daily ritual? Nothing but your vocal chords. So let’s get started.
Good Luck Chant
A book my grandfather gave me as a child claims this chant goes back to eighteenth century where it was used by a small sect of monks. I used to sit in my room in the dark at night when I was ten or so and repeat this chant. Want to ensnare some good luck? Say this at least seven times in a row once a day.
Life is dismal and run amiss.
Every arrow I fire, I miss.
Bless my luck with your sweet kiss.
Good Luck Prayer
You don’t have to be religious to say a prayer. While this good luck prayer has its origins in the protestant church, I have altered it slightly to be to the God of Luck. No matter who you pray to, you can use that power of prayer as a daily reminder to the forces of the universe to bestow their power on you. Isn’t that what we ask God for when we pray after all, that he bless us with his brand of luck?
God of Good Luck, I pray to thee.
Send me help immediately.
God of Good Luck, I simply ask.
Send me luck to ease my tasks.
Good Luck Spell
This stanza is pulled from a Wiccan ritual I came across but it can also just be used as a chant. That’s how I use it, anyway. This good luck chant should also be said at least seven times in a row every time you say it.
Goddess of Luck, please help me.
My luck has turned bad. I need remedy.
Take bad luck and make it be gone.
I offer up this good luck psalm.
Use any or all of these good luck chants when you find yourself in a rut. Using a chant as a good luck mantra is actually very effective. Not only does it express your needs to the cosmos but it also prepares you to actually receive that help. Chants have helped me through bad situations for almost my entire adult life. In the end, I believe that luck is rooted in how you live your life. If you’re a negative person, then you’re far more likely to attract bad luck. Fancy yourself more of an optimist? Then you’ll cultivate a more positive environment and be far more likely to attract good luck. By making a good luck chant a daily part of your life, you can improve your own attitude, thus making the forces around you most conducive to send you proper luck. I hope these good luck chants give you the help with things you’re looking for. Good luck!