LOA and Conor McGregor

We’ve got another treat in this guest post from my colleague and friend, Al “Namaste” Faustino. Enjoy his conscious creator insights on why the law of attraction seemed to fail UFC fighter Conor McGregor in last night’s Floyd Mayweather fight …


Around two years ago, I realized Conor McGregor was using the Law of Attraction to win fights.

wrote about it here.

However, as we saw last night, knowing about the Law of Attraction and understanding what actually makes it work are two different things.

Conor has developed razor sharp “telling the story like he wants it to play out” skills.

He’s also developed incredible visualization skills.

He actually had a giant mural painted in his gym of him knocking Mayweather out. If you didn’t see the mural, it’s amazing.

The problem is that as good as those two skills are for causing the Law of Attraction to work for you, neither of them are powerful enough to overcome lack of personal alignment.

A lot of people think that tools like visualizations, dream boards or affirmations are what cause the Law of Attraction to work.

The reality is those are all just tools for helping you get into alignment with a desire.

What is alignment? How does it work?

Alignment occurs when your thoughts, feelings, words and actions are all aligned with a desire. When you’re in alignment, the Universe is clear on what you want and therefore easily delivers your desired results.

However, if you’re out of alignment in any one of the four areas, you’re sending out confusing signals to the Universe. In these cases, the Universe isn’t sure what you want so it does nothing until you get all four areas into alignment.

Before I understood this, my manifesting results were great but they weren’t consistent. After I figured this out, I began experiencing consistent (and even predictable) manifesting results.

So where was Conor out of alignment?

Only Conor can know this for certain. However, based on the pre-fight stuff I saw, here’s what I suspect …

Conor’s actions were in alignment with winning the fight. He did a ton of sparring and videotaped many of those sessions.

Then, he analyzed what he was doing right and how he could improve. His nutritionist even changed his diet to make him a better boxer. In mixed martial arts fights the more weight you have on you the better because you’ve got opponents on top of you.

In boxing though it’s all about speed. So his nutritionist adjusted his diet to help him with his speed when boxing fight with Floyd.

Conor’s words were also in alignment. I laughed when I saw the picture of Conor’s FU suit that he wore to a press conference in Toronto, Canada. Conor had a pinstripe suit tailor made just for the event.

What made the suit so special is that the pin stripes spelled out F*%K YOU. He was sending a message loud and clear to Mayweather of what was coming. (Here’s the now famous pinstripe suit if you haven’t seen it.)

Now, we come to the alignment areas that can’t be seen by others (feelings and thoughts). This is where I believe Conor allowed himself to get out of alignment (most likely without even realizing it) …

The infamous Floyd Mayweather is a beast in the ring. He’s never lost a fight. He’s widely considered to be the all time best defensive boxer in history of the sport.

He’s also the most accurate puncher, having the highest plus-minus ratio in boxing’s recorded history.

As good as Conor is (and Conor’s arguably the most famous MMA fighter of our time) the bottom line is boxing is not his specialty and he knew this.

Conor had to have been wrestling with some serious doubts about his chances of winning against Mayweather. These doubts would have required some in depth mental work to overcome. Addressing these doubts is NOT the same as overcoming them.

I’m certain that Conor worked on his internal game before the fight. But working on them is not enough.

To get into alignment you have to overcome those doubts, which you will know you’ve accomplished by how you feel. That’s the great thing about your feelings, they always tell you if you’re in alignment with a desire or not. If you consistently feel good when you think about your desire manifesting, you’re in alignment. If you sometimes feel good, and other times feel bad, you’re out of alignment and still have some work to do.
The good news for Conor is he still made at least 30 million dollars last night even though he lost the fight. And failures like this are often the very thing that make champions even greater.

Conor is an intense competitor. He’s going to review what happened last night. This is naturally going to cause him to ask questions about why the Law of Attraction failed him.

When you ask, the Universe answers, he’ll attract the information he needs to understand alignment as it relates to the Law of Attraction. And then, it’s game on! He’ll have the exact alignment information he needs to go on winning fights for years to come.

Article Clarification

If I had to do it again, I would have titled this article The Reason Conor McGregor Lost To Floyd Mayweather Is Because He Was Out Of Alignment And Didn’t Realize It.

The reason I would have titled the article differently is because I’ve been receiving feedback saying, “The Law of Attraction couldn’t possibly have failed Conor. It’s a universal law like gravity, it’s always working.” I thought the way I worded this article, it would be obvious that I agree with the feedback.

The only reason a desire ever fails to manifest is because a person is out of alignment, it’s always an alignment issue, never an LOA issue. Hopefully, this brief statement clears any further confusion regarding this issue.

Al “Namaste” Faustino first learned about manifesting from the Rosicrucians when he was eight years old. Initially skeptical, he tried it out and successfully manifested a little red radio. After that he was hooked. In the coming years he consciously created cash, trips, girlfriends etc. However, as good as his results were they weren’t always consistent. He couldn’t depend on manifesting skills to always create the results he wanted. Eventually, he got fed up of this and began an in depth study of manifesting results. This led him to learning about the in’s and out’s of alignment. After a lot of testing he developed his alignment checklist. He uses this checklist to align with his desires and is now experiencing consistent results. You can download the free checklist here. Or connect with him on facebook.


  • August 27, 2017
  • Nicole says:

    I had actually watched the fight from the beginning and I do follow Mcgregor and LOA to a point 😀 I was rooting for him to win but then when I saw him walked to the stage and also when he started to fight, the confidence was not there. I think he knew what he was up against and he did try his best, but he gave up even before he went to that ring. When you observe body language and facial expressions enough you can definitely notice alot of things. Mayweather was taking his time and waiting him out before he made his move and Mcgregor rushed in and used up all of his energy after a good couple rounds and you could tell he was really tired. What can you do when you are up against someone with all of that experience?

    • Namaste says:

      You made a lot of great points about the fight between McGregor and Mayweather.
      Over the years, I’ve learned that alignment overcomes all. I’ve had so many impossible seeming situations work in my favor because of alignment. I’ve ended up with girlfriends, jobs, and even cash that most people would have said that I didn’t have a chance at, but things went my way because of my alignment.
      If Conor had been in alignment, he would have won this fight. As someone who is familiar with fighting, you know that sometimes a fight goes to the less experienced fighter who simply lands the right punch, at the right time. If Conor had been in alignment, some how, some way, he would have come out the victor. Alignment conquers all.
      Enjoyed reading your thoughts,

      • Daria says:

        What do you suggest are some ways that one can do to align themselves so that you can see more manifestations?

  • Sada says:

    Wearing the energy of FU, as well as subliminally sending that out, is in my opinion an indication of not being 100% in alignment with winning… would attract more FU energy right back!
    I’d recommend: winner, champion, etc.

    • Namaste says:

      I agree with your assessment in most cases. However, something I’ve come to realize is that we can never know what’s in alignment for another person.
      For you and I, wearing an FU suit would be out of alignment. It wouldn’t feel good. However, if you look at Conor, he’s an intense competitor. He thrives on competition, mind games, intimidation and he’s turned talking trash into an art form. His mindset reminds me a lot of Michael Jordan. I thought Michael was a nice guy until I read about his competitive mindset. When he was on the court, he excelled at getting into other players heads and tearing them down. I mean he’s straight up ruthless. Normally, I’d say tearing people down is an out of alignment action. However, look at Michael Jordan’s track record. He’s arguably the best basketball player in the history of the sport. And Conor is on the same path in MMA. In under ten years, he’s gone from a nobody to one of the most recognized and successful fighters in the world. Does this mean that the FU suit was in alignment for him? I don’t’ know. Only he can know that.
      That said, if I were him, I’d certainly consider your point. Being out of alignment is what cost him his win so looking at every possible factor contributing to that would be a very smart move.

  • Namaste says:

    Glad you liked the post =)
    And I agree, despite what so many were saying beforehand, Conor went 10 rounds with one of the greatest boxers ever and put up one hell of a fight. If the roles had been switched, and they were fighting MMA, there is no doubt Conor would have walked away the winner as usual.

  • Jeri says:

    I love this post!
    It makes perfect sense, and it could be McGregor was focused also on going the distance with an incredible Boxer and giving the fans a great show….which he DID!

  • AmBentious says:

    How is Conor wanting to beat Mayweather any different than wanting to manifest a specific person in your life?

    • Namaste says:

      I don’t think there is a difference. I don’t know what you’ve heard but manifesting specific people into your life is just like aligning with any other desire. If you can get into alignment, the person will be yours. If you can NOT get into alignment, you’re out of luck. And I’m not just saying this off the cuff, I’ve experienced both situations so I know this is true.
      The biggest breakthrough for me with the Law of Attraction was realizing that alignment guarantees results. However, as I said above, the trick is whether or not you can get into alignment with the desire.
      While I’ve never aspired to play professional basketball, if that was something I wanted to do, I don’t know how I’d get into alignment with that. My beliefs about my height, age, and basketball playing skills aren’t something I can see a way of overcoming.
      Does that mean that attributes like height, age and skills will always keep a person from getting into alignment? No, a classic case is Spud Webb. People told him his NBA dreams were a joke. They weren’t saying this to be cruel. The fact of the matter is he’s 5 ft 7 inches tall and weighs 133 pounds. Anyone looking at him would say that you don’t have a chance. However, as history tells us, Spud ignored all the facts (meaning he got into alignment) and not only did he play in the NBA, but he’s famous for winning a slam dunk contest despite being one of the shortest players in the history of the game.
      Years ago, I met a woman named Regina. The more I got to know her, the more I wanted her. The problem was she wanted nothing to do with me. In fact, when she realized I wanted to be more than friends, she suggested I date her sister. I don’t know if I’ve ever received a stronger message to get lost =) I didn’t get lost though. I simply held the intention (i.e. alignment). Within a matter of months, without me having to do anything else, she decided she’d made a mistake and soon after we were boyfriend and girlfriend.

  • JG says:

    But what if Mayweather is also into LOA?
    Don’t they both want to win?…

    • Namaste says:

      You asked a great question. And it’s a question that really made me wonder about the validity of the Law of Attraction for a lot of years, despite all the manifesting successes I’d experienced.
      Eventually, my research led me to look into the true nature of reality. That’s when I ran across the idea of subjective reality. It was a lot to wrap my mind around. However, I’ve tested it in every way I can think of and it holds true.
      So to answer your question, since reality is subjective whoever you are in alignment with winning is the fighter who will win. I realize that sounds kind of nuts until you understand what subjective reality is and the implications that go with it. Here’s the best article I’ve found for keeping the explanation simple and to the point as it relates to the Law of Attraction https://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2006/08/the-law-of-attraction/

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