Are you one of those people who scoff at lucky charms and amulets? Do you snicker at the idea of good luck? Well, if you are one of those Grinch-like, hope busting, pessimistic bunch, then are you in for a surprise. Recent research shows that keeping good luck charms and amulets really do bring in good luck! Try doing a search on Google about lucky charms working and you will know that this one is legit.
While the research does conclude that lucky charms are indeed lucky, it also shows that it only works for situations where the person has control over their performance. It doesn’t include anything much about it working on gambling related luck. But it does work on situations like competitions and exams. So if you are on the verge of doing a competition or taking an exam, then you better gird up with all the four leaf clovers and rabbit’s feet that you could find. And if you were a skeptic, it’s okay, I won’t judge you if you are now on your way to the nearest field to find those elusive clovers.
I know how harrowing the bar exam can be and you will need all the help you can get in order to pass it. Now while you can always go with the traditional horseshoe, why not get a charm that works specifically for your chosen field? Like this Kurt Adler ornament that includes a mini replica of the scales of justice on top of some law books ornament. This ornament measures around four inches tall, and is made with resin.
- Package Dimensions: 4.6 inches x 4.3 inches x 0.8 inches
- Item Weight: 0.32 ounces
- Height: 4 inches
- Made with resin
It actually is a great decor piece for you home. But who knows, maybe you will be the one to witness its lucky powers at work when you go and hang it up on your wall while you pore over volumes of study materials.