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Intuition and winning

posted 29-8-2018 @ 07:00 PM www
Intuition and winning

Anyone had an intuitive feeling about a prize and then gone on to win it? Would love to hear about your experiences.
posted 29-8-2018 @ 07:10 PM www


I will answer my own question, but I would love to hear if there are other's other there.
For a couple of years I just knew I was going to win an awesome bicycle from a particular high end bike company however I wasn't sure how I would win it or which type of bike I would win. I just knew I would... one day.
After about a year and a half of 'knowing' I was sure my win had to be soon... so I wrote on my work calendar the date of a raffle bike comp I had entered was to be drawn(much to the amusements of my work colleagues when I told them how certain i was that i would win this brand of bike - they were doubtful of my intuition) and didn't we all get a surprise at work when about a week prior to that date - i won a $5k bike (but through a different comp I had entered - a Twitter photo comp.)!
Anyway, it has been a few years now and I'm certain my next win will be a car. I always enter the cashcow on channel seven tv, but I have never had a feeling about winning that... just cant help myself with the cash cow! lol!
Love to hear your own intuitive experiences!
posted 29-8-2018 @ 08:16 PM www


More than half of the comps I win I KNOW before I enter....I get a warm fuzzy feeling....it doesn't necessarily happen straight away...it may take weeks, months or even years but I get a message I am definitely going to win, can see myself getting the email or call. It is like I get a picture of the prize flashing in my head.

I worked near a trailer loaded with groceries being raffled...I basically had an energetic chat to the trailer and asked it to let me know what day and time to buy the tickets and how many (I needed to move house).....I walked past the trailer at least once or twice a day going to work. One day I felt drawn to buy tickets but I was in the queue to buy them when I felt an invisible hand stopping me....a man was in a rush so I let him buy his tickets then I stepped forward and the trailer said buy 3 tickets ....so I did. I continued to pass by the trailer for the next 3 weeks (had a warm glow each time I did) and on a Saturday I received a call to collect the trailer loaded up $2000 :lol::lol::lol: the trailer "talking" was not in words but in an energy....I won a bed and IPad the same way!

My friend rang from Europe 30 seconds before the Today call and she was furious when I refused to talk and said I am going to win the Today jackpot....I did not win it that day and I had been telling my friend not to ring at that time for a few months....exactly 7 days later at exactly the same time my friend had called the previous week I won the Today jackpot!

I knew I was going to win a car and told my friends. They were stunned and said they couldn't believe it when I let them know it had really come true!

Intuitive messages get louder the more you practice and are willing to receive them....practice using your intuition muscle by guessing who is ringing on the phone or knocking on the door or has written a letter before answering or opening. Your confidence will improve the more you trust your intuition. If you try to think about things it stops the energy flow but if you KNOW it more magic can be created!
posted 29-8-2018 @ 08:31 PM www


What a great reminder to listen to our intuition. I know it can be a powerful thing. I have tried believing with all my might to win car. I even held a "winning a car" party and invited all my family members. I had a decorated cake, congratulating me on the win.

Alas, I didn't win. We had heaps of fun anyhow.

I actually had a friend about twenty years ago who did the same thing - and she won the car the day after her party. I was hoping it would work for me too. So long as we're having fun. But I definitely believe in intuition.

21/02/2020. UPDATE for those reading this old post. I won my new car 3 weeks ago!!!!!!!!
posted 29-8-2018 @ 08:59 PM www


Oh my goodness! you gave me goosebumps! thank you so much for sharing!

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Originally posted by Galah88
More than half of the comps I win I KNOW before I enter....I get a warm fuzzy feeling....it doesn't necessarily happen straight away...it may take weeks, months or even years but I get a message I am definitely going to win, can see myself getting the email or call. It is like I get a picture of the prize flashing in my head.
posted 29-8-2018 @ 09:00 PM www


I am so with you on this! I have heaps of fun just visualising the win! Fingers crossed you get your car!

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Originally posted by KimmyWimmy


Alas, I didn't win. We had heaps of fun anyhow.
posted 29-8-2018 @ 09:35 PM www


Not so much with myself but I have an example with my (then 8) year old daughter. When we entered to win a trip to Rio for the Olympics she kept saying to me "Mum, when we go to Rio...." and I kept correcting her and reminding her that so many children entered and only a few could win. Without hesitation she said "I have a really good feeling mum." Every day after school she'd ask if I had heard yet, I was worried she was going to be so upset when I had to tell her no, it was like she knew she was going to win. Getting the phone call she won I was absolutely stunned - my daughter was like "Cool, I told you mum." :-)



2017: $12 500
2018: $64 786
2019: $12 155,
2020: $16 740
2021: $11 747
2022: $15 725
2023: $12 567
2024: $ 2 940
posted 1-9-2018 @ 08:44 PM www


WOW! isn't that amazing! Thank you for sharing.

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Originally posted by lexy3815
Getting the phone call she won I was absolutely stunned - my daughter was like "Cool, I told you mum." :-)
posted 1-9-2018 @ 08:58 PM www


This has happened to me quite a few times and often I get a 'feeling' and think about that particular comp minutes before I get a WPC.
posted 1-9-2018 @ 09:00 PM www


Mr Blossom always asks at Christmas ... where are we going this year (ever the optimist ) ... and I look at him and ask, where do you want to go ? ... and we've been everywhere he's asked for ... not sure if it's intuition, or him having FANTASTIC GUARDIAN ANGELS (seriously he's given them grey hairs over the years) ... or maybe they just want to make me smile (cause Mr Blossom is) but it seems to work every time !
posted 1-9-2018 @ 09:26 PM www


hoping this is an omen Mr 21 year old this afternoon came home with a purchase of Explorer Socks after I had left it too late and forgotten to purchase as our local Big W is 30 minutes away.



Wins for 2011: $12,235.25
Wins for 2012: $2034
Wins for 2013: $9740.50
Wins for 2014: $15755.07
Wins for 2015: $7249.60
Wins for 2016: $2697.60
Wins for 2017: $5846.66
Wins for 2018: $6628.12
Wins for 2019: $5024
Wins for 2020: $3754.56
Wins for 2021: $5534.35
Wins for 2022: $5049.69
Wins for 2023: $3398.05
posted 1-9-2018 @ 11:15 PM www


Iíve always visualised me winning a Harley Davidson motorcycle.

Donít ask why - those comps are few and far in between and I have no interest in motorcycles.

At the moment I have a strong feeling about winning a tv in the Taylors wine comp. So fingers crossed and wait and aee
posted 1-9-2018 @ 11:22 PM www


So I can agree with every big competition I have won I am always convinced I am going to win it before I do:

Nova had a competition many years ago annually where there was a themed party event and cash was given away - this particular year it was a back to your formal night and I was convinced I was going to be crowned Queen at the event - then one day the question to get in for the day was someone who married their formal partner and I was "that is me" and I got in - the night of the party my photo was drawn out and I won $25K - my hubby could not believe it!

The night before I won a trip to Paris I couldn't sleep because I was so nervous about getting the winning call early - hubby was laughing at me untilI got the call that morning and he just looked at me in stunned disbelief...

Same with a trip to NY I won - I had told my friends at work I was going to win a trip to Ny the following year and a week later I won...

Again knew I was going to win a trip to Boston as soon as I heard the comp on the radio and even though it was a national comp I knew I was going to win it..hubby looks forward to my intuition now..

Just wish it would work for lotto or a Mater prize home...lol




Good luck
M.
posted 2-9-2018 @ 01:04 AM www


I seem to be the very opposite - the ones I have a feeling I'm going to win don't eventuate, then out of the blue comes a win I didn't expect at all!! :no:
posted 2-9-2018 @ 10:13 AM www


oh I love reading all your stories!
I had that lucky feeling when entering the Trolls competition, the kids love Trolls so much, I put in for that week off work and I changed my work password to 'Trolls-win'.
My husband wanted to book at holiday for that week but I told him we needed to keep it free, he thought I was being silly not going on a holiday 'incase' we won, then we got the phone call =)
posted 2-9-2018 @ 10:23 AM www


Quote:
Originally posted by SuzanneR
I seem to be the very opposite - the ones I have a feeling I'm going to win don't eventuate, then out of the blue comes a win I didn't expect at all!! :no:

That is me:lol::lol::lol:




7LittleAustralians
posted 10-9-2019 @ 08:31 PM www


We'd organised my sons baptism for on his birthday, but I kept finding myself trying to figure out how I could make the it to the plane on time, how early I could move the baptism to do so, when I won last years Foodland AFL grand final competition.

Sure enough, the baptism was moved to a different day because I won it.

But then I was convinced I'd win at least one of the 3 recent Woolworths competitions I entered every day and didn't win any.
posted 10-9-2019 @ 09:35 PM www


Iíve only been convinced I would win the Woolworths competition recently - nope!
posted 10-9-2019 @ 10:43 PM www


I've had this a few times:
My husband got an Ipad for me a few years ago. I said Oh no i'm going to win one of these and the next day I got a call to say i had won an Ipad.
Another time I had looked at my phone and thought to myself to take it off silent as I was going to get a call to say that I had won something. 10 mins later I got a call!

And last Friday, even though I have won nothing since Feb, I thought I need to check my emails to day as I will have won something. Sure enough an hour later I got an email to say I'd won tickets to the Royal Melbourne Show :rolleyes:
posted 10-9-2019 @ 10:45 PM www


Just read through all the posts, how amazing that so many share the same experiences of winning!
posted 10-9-2019 @ 10:56 PM www


I have experienced this and so has my dad. Years ago he diligently collected entry forms for a holiday in the local paper as he was convinced he'd win. He insisted my sister drop them in the entry box at the races on the day of the draw. At 4:00 that day the phone rang and he called out that will be the newspaper to say I won the holiday. And yes it was the newspaper. I too have had the same intuition. I entered a European river cruise 25 wol and was convinced I'd win and I did. I have won a small holiday that again I was very confident would win. Like others I do get a lot of intuition I will win a major prize if I've done a great 25 wol, then alas nothing. Right now I'm quite convinced something big is on the horizon. Good luck to everyone comping certainly brings about much happiness and good things to think about.
posted 10-9-2019 @ 11:09 PM www


Not sure if i have intuition ot just wishful thinking??
Only times i came near was buying brother inlaw a bottle of plonk for his Birthday. I told him rest of his present was to come. Just have to wait for the draw date. Lots of laughs and eye rolling. Soon after I won the matching esky and merchandise. He is still speechless to this day. Pride of place in his mancave. Other was the Maconna Venice comp few years back. We don't drink or buy coffee. I already had 2 expensive entries in. Walked past and it was on special. Even at another $9 something made me buy it. Glad I did. I won! Learnt to trust my gut.....if only it would talk to me more!
posted 10-9-2019 @ 11:58 PM www


Yes and not just about prizes - somehow I think the mind knows what will happen in the future. Iím not sure if the mind makes things happen or knows things will happen but I definitely understand how the concept of fate started. I also have known when someone was coming over unannounced and even opened doors in loud setting before there was a knock because I knew the person was on the other side. Works best with people u love I find.
posted 11-9-2019 @ 12:00 AM www


It definitely makes u wonder did my mind make that happen or does fate exist and somehow the mind already knows your path and is giving u a warning or a heads up -intuition definitely exists
posted 11-9-2019 @ 12:06 AM www


You put it out to the universe and it came back to you.... I've had it happen too, but not as often as it used to... :yes::yes:
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