I'm quite familiar with Pascal's wager. And with the principal objection to it, that God sees the human heart and can tell the difference between true belief and feigned belief.
Of course, Pascal had an answer to that objection, that the unbeliever should act as if he believes ...."Follow the way by which they began; by acting as if they believed, taking the holy water, having masses said, etc. "
Are those the specific things which you think I should do??
I wasn't sure what Pascal's wager was, but Google is a personal friend of mine, so finding out was no problem.
I would not suggest the 'fake it till you make it' approach. (I don't think Pascal was recommending that specifically. That's just my quick and dirty summation.) A lot of people do just that and it is frustrating and ultimately disillusioning.
I suggest reading "Surprised by Joy" and "Mere Christianity" by C.S. Lewis. Lewis was an Oxford professor and former atheist who later became an outstanding apologist for faith in Christ. After that, I suggest getting a bible you can read (lots of debate on translations. New King James or NIV will do fine) and let God speak to through His own word. Mark is a good place to start.
If you just want a good daily read, read a Psalm and a chapter of Proverbs a day. Lots of good ordinary wisdom there.