“I get everything I want, because that’s just the way it is. Things are always working out in my favour, I am so lucky. What is meant for me, never misses me. I am always at the right place at the right time. I’m just that lucky” – Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or just not an active TikTok user), you’ve heard this sound circulating. It’s an affirmation sound, that has made its way onto many TikTok videos that pro-claim ‘Lucky Girl Syndrome’ is actually a thing.
So what is the ‘Lucky Girl Syndrome’?
The endless content on lucky girl syndrome has one thing in common, ways of thinking and ways of being. The one thing it stresses is mindset, where does your mind go and how you are feeding into your own energy. The concept is to have this cultivating new mindset that what you want is something that you know will come to you. That could be anything from a new job, a new house, a proposal, anything that you would genuinely desire The essential concept of ‘Lucky Girl Syndrome’ is manifesting. The mantra’s lead up to rewiring your subconscious into believing the things you want in life are already yours and on the way. After watching multiple TikTok videos, there was even ‘do’s and don’t’s’ for this mindset for it to come to fruition.
The Lucky Girl concept is heavily built on affirmations. You have to affirm to yourself that the things you want, want you. You have to know everyday that what you are chasing, is coming to you regardless of the circumstances. Writing down key manifestations that disrupt your way of thinking is important to bring this into practice. Manifestations such as “I am a money magnet” “I am made for success” “money will come to me” are the type of direct affirmations described by many of the Tiktokers that have their own rendition of this concept.
Giving thanks every morning is a standard task that allows you to feel better about yourself. Writing down all the small or big things that have gone well for you and trying to be grateful is a great way to bring yourself back into a positive mindset, but for the Lucky Girl Syndrome to work this is something that you need to be doing to re-train your brain. If you are already in the mindset that things don’t work out for you, affirmations will only go so far as your brain is wired to believe things always go wrong. By having gratitude and constantly acknowledging that certain things work for you, this rewiring will allow your brain to create these chain of thoughts that translate to a new belief system.
Creating a vision board is the most helpful in envisioning where you’d like to be. If you’re somebody like me that creates things and forgets about them, my vision board is across my wall when I wake up every morning. Having a vision board of where you see yourself allows your brain to register how your life should look like, and inevitably you begin creating these habits to support this lifestyle. Seeing a vision board every day, allows the Lucky Girl to see exactly what will happen for her.
Whether you believe in manifestation or not, we find that its always best to look at the positives. Maybe the Lucky Girl Syndrome is a delusional mindset to be and do better, but whicehever way you look at it, it affirms that there are better things out there if you achieve having a better and more grateful mindset.