Career Athletes - Luck
It may seem ridiculous to include luck in a listing of functions, but in Taoism luck is believed to play a role in everything that happens in life. Taoists believe it is possible to make your own luck, good or bad. It is obvious that “winners” have more good luck than bad luck. Is this just coincidence? No. Your state of mind influences your luck. If you feel unlucky, you will be unluck. If you feel lucky, more often than not you will have some level of good luck. That said, a superior athlete will usually beat another athlete simply out of skill, will, focus, superior fitness and more adept application. So you can’t count on luck, unless all things are about equal and then you get a bit of luck. This happens.
A couple of tonic herbs have been associated with luck. They are not magical herbs, but they support mental awareness, deep stability, clarity and psychological power. These herbs are:
(also known as the “herb of good fortune”). Wild Reishi Drops is best for this purpose.
the “quintessence of tonic herbs”
Not Russian Rhodiola rosea, but Wild Tibetan Rhodiola sacra – because wild Rhodiola sacra makes you more genius
Bhutanese Wild Cordyceps
Because it only grows by luck and is the totally centering and empowering.
Arguably the ultimate herb on the planet earth. Dragon Herbs offers several 100% wild Ginseng products, and all of them contain literally hundreds of adaptogenic ginsenosides that adjust balance and have been believed by millions of people, including great wise men and women, to bring good luck.
All four of these “lucky herbs” are athletes powerhouses without this added element, so be wise and consume at least one of them, if not all of them daily.