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Are You Praying To Win The Lottery

At the bottom of this post you will find a link to two videos on how to win the lottery through spiritual methods.

Yet, you need a long-term spiritual practice – and you need prayer – to change your life and allow the type of blessing that a lottery win represents into your life.


Because, most of the time, your thoughts and emotions are not congruent with what you really want, you are not listening to your intuition, and the dissonance cancels out your good.

Yet you are not alone. Few people’s subconscious and conscious desires are congruent.

For instance, many people pray to win the lottery, yet most feel, in their hearts, that they do not deserve to win, and that winning is not possible for them or could even bring about bad experiences.

If this feels familiar, you may be asking: How do I overcome that?

At the very end of this post there is a link to two videos that will give you detailed instructions on exactly how to do that.

Before you watch those videos, first consider – truthfully – what you really think about yourself and what you deserve.

Then get in touch with how you feel and think about money.

Do you think that people who are wealthy are selfish and greedy and that, by winning the lottery, you will be seen as selfish and greedy, too?

Do you feel that there is only so much money and, if you take too much, there will not be enough for others?

If so, do not feel bad about it.

Earth is awash in a nightmare of ideas about scarcity. Even those people who feel they deserve to receive money in other ways often feel, subconsciously, that they are asking for something immoral or selfish or impossible when it comes to the lottery.

After all, look at the odds. Their logical brains are telling them they are crazy to think they have a chance.

Meanwhile, their hearts are whispering: look at the hundreds of millions of people around the globe who are starving. What right do any of us have to be an accidental millionaire when they are suffering? What gives us the right to such good fortune?

And how many people have had a feeling of intuition that they should buy a ticket, yet not listened to it only to find the numbers they were thinking of playing came up?

When you harbor powerful inner doubts, fears and emotions like these, then it is only natural that you will never be in touch with your intuition, or enter into God’s pure, non-judgmental good – what some call The Vortex of Good.

Yet that is the place of consciousness where you have to feel yourself to be in order to receive any blessing.

If you cannot feel yourself in the flow so that small blessings and gifts begin to flow to you, it unlikely that you will win a significant amount of money through any lottery.

Yet when you open to an epiphany – a vision – of what God has waiting for you if you will only accept it, then how you feel about yourself and your ability to receive can change in a heartbeat, opening the door to untold blessings.


Yet here is another angle. A person may feel – deep down inside – that praying for a lottery win is, in some way, a betrayal of the self. He or she may be capable of creating wealth if only a fear is overcome or a talent developed.

In this case the person’s own heart knows that that the fear may never be conquered and the talent never developed if the lottery is won. Not winning is the result of moral uncertainty about the “rightness” of winning.

So, you can guess what happens.

Yet, in this case “not winning” is not a judgment by God against the person, but a self-prodding to become more – and share more of the self – in order to have more.


The truth is that, whether we know it or not, we are responsible for what happens in our lives. We choose to be where we are in any given moment, doing what we are doing.

So, no matter how convenient it is to believe we can be victimized without any responsibility on our parts, that is simply not true.

As tragic and horrific as some of the things are that people go through, there is always an inner cause and effect at work in every tragedy that, ultimately, was the deciding factor and put them in harms way.

For instance, consider these scenarios:

A man doesn’t listen to his intuition at work and goes up on a ladder even though he feels there is a chance it will slip.

Maybe he doesn’t want his peers to think he’s afraid. Maybe he wants to be a hero. Maybe he’s wanting, subconsciously, to prove how unsafe his working conditions are. Maybe he will say, afterward, that he had to do it or risk being fired or that he saved others an accident by demonstrating the unsafe condition through his injury and spurring a change.

No matter what his reasons – no matter how good and logical and sound they seem – he chose to risk whatever happens next. He looks at his options and chooses the one that holds the possibility of injury and, maybe, even death.

Likewise, when a woman ignores her feelings about a man she doesn’t know and accepts a date or a ride with him because he drives an expensive car, she is making a dishonoring choice. And if she decides to drink while alone with this man, she is playing with fire. Alcohol weakens her ability to perceive what her intuition is telling her, along with her ability to react.

So maybe she goes because she wants to know what it’s like to ride in that car. Maybe she wants to be seen in such a car. Maybe she wants a thrill. Maybe she doesn’t want to be thought of as unsophisticated. Maybe the man told her she was pretty and she hasn’t heard that much before, and she wants to hear it again.

Maybe she’s curious to know if her intuition is right, or maybe she’s very logical and chooses not to believe her intuition is valid at all. Or maybe she’s angry at her husband or boyfriend and wants to make him jealous and that’s why she threw caution to the wind.

Whatever their conscious or subconscious reasons, and whether they have consciously thought about what they are doing or not, both these individuals have chosen danger.

Whether they are ignoring their intuition or choosing to act out of revenge, anger or fear, or some other emotion, they are choosing to put themselves in a time and place where they may get hurt.

This is why it is best for us to take charge of our minds and program them to align with what will bring us good.

It’s important to cultivate awareness of what we are doing and why we are doing it.

It is best to choose to embrace beliefs and feelings that honor the self and affirm that the self deserves to be happy and healthy and safe.


You do not want to be the one choosing to go out at exactly the right time to insure you will be hit by a car.

You do not want to spend days or weeks or months or years grousing about a job you hate and sticking it out just for your retirement only to get fired or injured at the last minute and lose everything.

You do not want to ignore a spouse for years and find yourself served with divorce papers in middle age.

In all of these cases, you can bet that intuition has been ignored or the person has settled – in some way – for abuse, dishonor, or a betrayal of the self and what could have been.

We so often put ourselves in harm’s way to punish ourselves for not creating more fulfilling lives or being “better” people, and then we cannot believe it when harm falls upon us like hammer.

We may be too tired to think clearly.

We may be too afraid of losing a job to refuse to get on a ladder.

We may be too lonely to refuse the date that turns ugly or scars us emotionally forever.

Whatever happens, it is our programming, our fears and doubts and insecurities – our poor self-esteem – that likely put us in the wrong place at the wrong time.

That programming is what creates the nagging feeling that – just maybe – we do not deserve what we have or will never get what we want and then we take chances with our lives.

Fears and hidden beliefs that we do not deserve a good life can lead us down the road to divorce or job loss, injury and death.

Fortunes and reputations can crumble and economic downturns can be triggered.

Yet, we don’t have to live like this or be afraid of ourselves and our decisions.


We can reverse years of negative programming.

We can align with a higher wisdom.

We can learn how to listen to our own wisdom so we are in the right place at the right time.

We can choose to counteract all feelings of unworthiness and fear and insecurity.

And we can do it in a very pleasant way through daily infusions of inspiration, meditation and affirmative prayer.

A long-term spiritual practice that uses affirmative prayer can reshape our identities, our actions, and our futures.

We can begin building self esteem.

We can learn to listen to intuition.

We can align ourselves with people who honor us as deserving individuals.

We can learn to respect ourselves and take care of our bodies, minds and spirits.

We can fill ourselves with what is nurturing and uplifting.

And when we choose to begin a powerful spiritual and prayer practice, a funny thing happens.

We become one with our best and highest prayers.

We begin to rise up and become more of what we always knew we could be.

And isn’t that what we all want?


Now, back to the beginning topic – the one you came to this post to read about: praying to win the lottery.

To understand how to win the lottery from the place of The Vortex of all good or God, watch videos 1 and 2 by Esther and Jerry Hicks. This received, revelatory material will serve you no matter what you are asking and praying for.

Here is a description from their site:

“Abraham responds to a question from a man who wants to know how to win the Lottery by giving a step-by-step guide to focusing and refining your thoughts in order to attract financial abundance.

“This 2-part 21-minute presentation tells you just how to allow large amounts of money to come to you, not only in in the form of a winning lottery ticket, but also through any avenue where your expectation has raised your set point so that you are a match to what you want.

“Recorded in the 5/15/10 Vortex of Attraction Workshop in Atlanta, Georgia.”

Peace and Blessings –


Prayerforce.Org: Healing Prayer Since 2003


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1 ROBERT { 12.17.13 at }


2 christie { 01.26.14 at }

Hallo Clyo

Can you make me win the lottery? I am 46 years old, wife and 5 kids. I am basically broke, no career and about to lose my job. I am a sinner, that was hugely affected by a narcissistic mother in a very unbalanced childhood family.

I am in so much trouble after 45 years of living without God. I was made aware of my sins and the devastating effect on my life. I believe it was the Holy Ghost that made me aware om my sins.

I DESPERATELY need financial intervention in winning the lottery.

I have prayed to God through Jesus Christ to help me win the lottery.

Can you help?

3 Clyo Beck { 02.21.14 at }

Oh no, Dearest Christie, I cannot make you win the lottery.

The problem is that when we are vibrating with the fear, self-condemnation and the energy of extreme need that you describe, then we attract experiences that resonate with those emotions – so that we get more living in fear, self-condemnation and extreme need – and those emotions are incompatible with winning the lottery.

In other words, you can’t get there from the mental and emotional place of where you are. That is spiritual law.

Add to that the fact that few people who buy lottery tickets actually believe that, one day, they will win.

If you read the accounts of winners, it’s common for them to say, “I knew I would win some day.” They believed it would happen. They didn’t know when – they couldn’t predict or tell the Universe when to do it because all cooperative components have to come together to make it happen – but they felt it would, one day, occur.

That’s faith and belief.

Now, if you were able to imagine the delight and joy you would feel upon learning you had won, and if you could stay in that feeling state and never revert to fear, worry and self-condemnation, AND if you could continue to believe that you were going to win – despite statistics and the outward reality of your life – then I would expect you to attract a substantial win of some kind.

Yet that is not how we think. Most people – especially when in financial trouble – go back and forth. They said, “I might win. Oh, I’ll never win – I’m a fool for trying. No, I’m going to win. No, I’m not.”

That kind of back and forth self talk guarantees the person will never win but stay in a state of confused, embarrassed frustration about the whole idea.

So, if you want to win, you must look to changing yourself into an absolute and joyful believer that this is absolutely happening for you, then be prepared to wait as long as it takes without despairing, even if that means you’ll be waiting twenty years or more for your winning ticket.

For immediate relief, it would be far better to start talking up yourself and your situation.

For instance, instead of telling yourself you are broke, have no career, you are about to lose your job, you are a sinner and your only solution is to win the lottery, start telling yourself a different, better-feeling story.

Tell yourself a story that elevates your thoughts and your vibration, a story that will allow you to float downstream to a unique opportunity that awaits you and only you, as opposed to turning upstream toward something that everyone is trying to win.

That story might be something like:

I am the deliberate creator of my reality. I do that with the thoughts I think; so I am now thinking thoughts that make me feel better, even if other people call me a Pollyanna or say I’m not being realistic, or say I am being punished for past sins. I now realize I am where I am because of the thought choices I made. While it’s tempting for me to judge myself for those choices, judging myself harshly makes me feel bad; so instead of sucking on lemons, I’m going to make lemonade.

I now accept that life is an experiment and, like everyone else on earth, I have been an experimenter. I tried a certain way of being and it resulted in my current situation. Now I’m free to try a different way of thinking and being and create something different. This means I have the power to turn my thoughts around and bring an entirely different and better result to me. How great it is that I’ve learned this and I’m only 46 instead of 96! I can completely turn my life around in the next five, ten, or fifteen years simply by finding relief from tormenting thoughts and ideas – and I’m starting today!

I believe in myself and my God-given talents. I believe I am already healed of my fear and self-doubt. I know God treasures me. I am worthwhile and I deserve happiness! I believe God is on my side and has already created a path for me to follow so I am living my ideal life. How blessed I am to have my wife and kids.

Whatever happens, we will all be all right. We are beloved children of God in a loving Universe. I am floating to the solution that provides security for my family. I love my job. I love my life. I love myself. I am okay, and I am backed by God 100%. I am open to my good and receive it every day. God surprises and delights me every day in how things are working out. Every day my feelings grow more positive, no matter what. Every day my faith grows so that I absolutely know a path to a happy life exists for me and I am on it. I am seeing the steppingstones that are laid out to lead me. I am being led to safety and prosperity. I rest easy in the love that the Lord feels for me. My heart is healed. I let go of the past. I receive my good. My story is now a happy one. All is well. I rejoice in being alive.

Please set about doing the spiritual and energetic work needed to forgive yourself and heal all ideas that you are bad or a failure. Also test for and heal any disbelief you have about your worthiness or about being tainted (by your mother) or about being incapable of being a good breadwinner, a good father and/or a good husband.

An excellent tool for all this is called “Ask and Receive.” Complete instructions for using Ask and Receive can be found here:

Christie, you are not bad. You are Source Energy projecting through a human filter. You are simply having a human experience. You came for the ride, as did we all. You came to experience The Divine while in physical form. You came to learn how to create in physical reality. You came to learn how to imagine what you want and then experience the delight of seeing it unfold in unexpected ways.

Learn how to forgive and love yourself. You are unique and valuable, as are your experiences. Through your learning and growing and expanding and seeing what works and what doesn’t, you add immeasurably to our collective consciousness.

In other words, you are needed and valued.

A vital piece of our collective puzzle, I send you much love.

<3 Clyo

4 Makhala { 08.10.16 at }

Whatever thoughts you have is what you are….. Thoughts become things

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