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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Why You Should Not Believe in Chain Letters


Chain letters originated in 1888. An indebted Methodist missionary school in Chicago came up with the idea of raising funds by sending letters where they asked each receiver to donate a dime and make copies of the content, which they will send to 3 of their friends. This fund-raising campaign became so successful and other organizations imitated the action later on.

There is also an assumption that sending chain letters became a marketing strategy of postal service companies long time ago to gain more money through the mails sent by people who feared that if they "break the chain", they will experience bad luck.

Nowadays, pranksters who want to control people's feelings by spreading fear have adapted this mechanism. Due to agitation, victims wasted their time and resources by duplicating the action and spreading the same kind of distress they felt to innocent people.

IT'S ABOUT TIME WE BREAK THIS STUPIDITY!

Let us stop this insidious manipulation. Bad luck and good luck will never be received into our lives through this nonsense. Remember what Dr. John Demartini said, "Whatever we think about, and thank about, we bring about." I believe more in this.

When you receive a chain mail from someone, please do yourself a favor by not adhering to what the letter is requesting from you. Instead, send this article I've written to the sender with a note saying, CHAIN LETTERS ARE NOTHING BUT PRANKS. This maneuver have already pestered a lot of people. Hence, prevent it from pestering another innocent person's life by not duplicating it.

Like attracts like. If you have a lot of negative energies in you, no chain letter can be powerful enough to break the cycle of attracting back bad vibes. If you are a good person and yet, you have a lot of energy suckers in your circle, positivity will be ripped off from you because these sneakers will steal it.

Sending chain letters to other people, no matter how good your intention is, is definitely not a good way for you to receive and send good luck. Keep a positive mindset instead because the frame of your mind will also equal your actions; and your own positivity will shine like light before others.

I said this a lot of times and I will say it again. Let's make a world a better place. My field is paranormal but I will always be proud and thankful that I am here because I was able to help a lot of people change their lives with the continuously enlightenment I've been giving away. This is the kind of chain that should not be broken --- that we help others become better people instead of making them more miserable.

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The author, Jade Martin, is the founder and creator of Center for Paranormal Studies, Profilers of the Unknown and Intramuros Ghost Walk. She is also a Businesswoman, Life and Business Coach, Author, Singer and Songwriter, Ghost Tour Operator, Paranormal Investigator and Consultant, Energy Healer, Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regression Therapist, Numerologist and Tarot Reader. Please join Center for Paranormal Studies.