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Lucky Girl Syndrome

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Lucky Girl Syndrome is a manifestation technique where you tell yourself that you're the luckiest girl in the world, that great things will happen to you and the world is rigged in your favor to the point of delusion. The term was coined in December 2022 by TikToker @lauragalebe and became increasingly popular leading into 2023, spreading beyond TikTok to sites including Instagram and Twitter. The term is essentially the law of assumption, another manifestation technique that claims if you assume something to be true, it will eventually manifest.


On December 17th, 2022, TikToker[1] @lauragalebe posted a video where she explains the concept of what she calls "lucky girl syndrome." In the video, she says she considers herself one of the luckiest people she knows and that it feels like the odds are "completely in [her] favor." She says that she's always made it a point to tell everyone that she is lucky and that she expects great things to happen to her and they do. At the end of the video, she says, "try being delusional for a month and tell me if your life doesn't change." The video gained over 3.1 million views in two months (shown below).

@lauragalebe The secret is to assume and believe it before the concrete proof shows up. BE DELUSIONAL. #bedelusional #luckygirlsyndrome #affirmations #lawofassumption #manifestationtiktok #manifestingtok #lawofassumptiontok #manifestation ♬ original sound – Laura Galebe


The technique spread across TikTok over the following weeks as users spread the word about it and shared their experiences trying it. On December 30th, 2022, TikToker[2] @skzzolno posted a video explaining their experiences with it, garnering over 5.3 million views in a month (shown below, left). On January 10th, 2023, TikToker[3] @soulcialbohemia posted a video of "lucky girl syndrome affirmations," garnering over 208,000 views in three weeks (shown below, right).

@skzzolno i don’t know why it works but… everything works out for us #luckygirlsyndrome #luckygirl #luckygirlsyndrom #manifestation #affirmationsoftheday #affirmations #collegelifehack #lifehack #college #collegegirls ♬ original sound – skzzolno

@soulcialbohemia Claim it! Lucky girl syndrome for 2023! 💖 #luckygirlsyndrome #luckygirlsyndromechallenge #affirmations #luckygirlaffirmations ♬ original sound – affirmations for women

On January 16th, Instagram[4] user alexmanderstam made a slideshow post explaining lucky girl syndrome, garnering over 57,000 likes in two weeks (shown below). On January 18th, TikToker[5] @lauragalebe posted a second part to her original lucky girl syndrome video, garnering over 254,000 views in two weeks. On January 25th, Twitter[6] user @heavenbrat posted, "i love the lucky girl syndrome cause everything Does work out for me," garnering over 12,500 likes and 3,500 retweets in a week. On January 31st, Dexerto[7] published an article about it.

Various Examples

@tamkaur_ the amount of blessings I’ve received since doing this is CRAZY 😭💗🙏🏽✨ #luckygirlsyndrome #manifestation #luckygirl #lawofassumption #affirmations #dreamlife ♬ original sound – TAMANNA | Self Love & Growth

@coachrachelleindra Lucky girl syndrome is something that science has proven. This is why setting morning I tensions is so important. #luckygirl #luckygirlsyndrome #manifesting #manifestingmethods #milennials #eldermillenial #boomer ♬ original sound – Life Coach

@dreamsofdestiny “I am the luckiest person I know” ✨💛 #luckygirlsyndrome #affirmations #manifestation #lawofassumption #lawofattraction #bedelusional ♬ original sound – affirmations for women

@viluong So crazy how everything works out when you tell yourself they will 😫 #luckygirlsyndrome #manifestation #firsttimehomebuyer #bedroom ♬ Aesthetic – Tollan Kim

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External References

[1] TikTok – lauragalebe

[2] TikTok – skzzolno

[3] TikTok – soulcialbohemia

[4] Instagram – alexmanderstam

[5] TikTok – lauragalebe

[6] Twitter – heavenbrat

[7] Dexerto – What is the ‘lucky girl syndrome’ on TikTok

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