Oct 10, 1996 03:12 PM
Jerry Schueler writes>
>As far as daily mundane stuff like fortune or money, his [A.C.'s] magic was
rather lacking (I have the same problem).
Richard Ihle writes>
I used to be a Buick man. That was about twenty years ago. I traded up from
a Electra 225 convertible to a Riviera. I loved that Riviera.
I loved that Riviera so much: Batmobile shape, black lacquer finish, red
leather interior, immaculate. People would turn their heads and watch me
drive down the street.
About that same time, I was experimenting with some visualization techniques.
Like everyone else who has ever had a similar interest (don't lie, everyone
else), I saw no reason why I should not try to conjure up a little
money--actually ~a lot~ of money. I even remember the image I used: myself
looking at a check made out to myself. I did this a couple times and then
forgot about it.
About a week later I drove into a service station to get some gas. While I
was inside paying, I looked up just in time to see a big gas truck back right
into the side of my Riviera.
The gas truck's insurance company was prompt in paying: in no time at all I
found myself looking at a $2,000 check--which just about exactly covered the
After that, my Riviera had little wrinkles in the side if you looked closely.
I didn't love it so much anymore.
Now, I drive an old Lincoln Town Car.
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