Later today, I’ll be at round-two contestant auditions for “Wheel of Fortune,” the long-running television game show. A friend and I, along with hundreds of others, attended an open-call tryout held in the Palm Springs area last November and were told of a possible call-back. While I haven’t had intuitive visions of meeting the lovely Lady O’ Letters, Vanna, I did receive related signals as far back as last summer: images of the famous “Wheel of Fortune” circular game board.
I keep track of my spiritual experiences and wasn’t about to let something as unusual as the “Wheel” prop escape my thoughts. Without hesitation, I jotted down notes in my journal. Days prior to last Halloween, a Facebook friend informed me of the show’s first-round auditions and offered encouragement by saying, “You should go for it!” Signs were popping up requiring action, which led me to a desert casino just before Thanksgiving to join other “Wheel” hopefuls vieing for chances to take a spin!
Excited about the prospect of solving puzzles on the tube, the opportunity is also a perfect time for me to clear the air about any possible ill-conceived perceptions. Yes, I have a psychic gift, but, no; I’m not given answers to contests or game show duels. Ditto for lotto, as well. It just doesn’t happen that way. But, if my gift had an insider’s take on unsolved mysteries, I’d rather utilize it to discover cures for cancer, AIDS, cystic fibrosis or other illnesses. That aside, my abilities have provided insights to those willing to receive and then act upon the information. Undenyingly, I’m my own number one client, as I pay attention to intended messages and opt to “do the work.”
Rule number one: Each morning, I state positive affirmations of what I want to attract in my life. And, if being a potential vowel-buyer is part of the process, then, I’m game!
Love and Light,