LOA for Fight Night Success

Regular contributor Namaste Faustino brings this LOA success story from what seemed an unlikely place, but that just taught me to drop judgment about who’s leveraging conscious creation powers.

Enjoy this example of super successful manifesting:
Law of Attraction for Boxing Success

Ever heard of Conor McGregor?

I hadn’t until flipping through an issue of Esquire magazine, where I saw an awesome Law of Attraction-like-quote in bold.

The article was about a rising star in the world of mixed martial arts.

I’ve since learned Conor is a serious student of the Law of Attraction and attributes much of his incredible success to his LOA skills.

While the Esquire article made no mention of Law of Attraction, I thought, “This fighter has got telling-the-story-the-way-he-wants-it-to-be skills, and focusing skills that would make a lot of conscious creators seriously envious.” Check this out …

In the April 2015 article, Conor talked about his upcoming fight in July that was the biggest of his career. About his opponent:

Smack talk? That is an American term that makes me laugh. I simply speak the truth. I’m an Irish man … I don’t have anything bad to say about my opponent.

It’s pretty plain and simple. His time is up … It’s over for him. I don’t need to say jacksh*t else. July is a wrap. IT IS INEVITABLE.

Talk about an awesome example of telling the story the way you want it to be. 🙂

When the interviewer asked if Conor’s ever wondered whether he’ll lose the upcoming fight, Conor explained he hasn’t wondered once about losing. “If I entertain things, they tend to come true.”

At that time he was slated to fight the reigning champion Jose Aldo for the title belt. For Conor to not even wonder once about losing, that’s incredible focusing. Stepping into the ring to fight a reigning champion is no joke.

After reading the Esquire article, I looked up Conor McGregor on YouTube and found this video that proved Conor has been telling the story how he wanted it from the start. He has always talked about becoming a champion.

So fast forward to his big fight in Vegas …

Conor was supposed to fight the reigning champion for the title belt, but when Jose Aldo pulled out due to a broken rib Conor knocked out the incredibly skilled Chad Mendes in the second round.

Shortly after I saw a couple of articles talking about a cage fighter and the Law of Attraction. It turns out Conor knows all about the Law of Attraction and practices the principles avidly!

Here’s what he said when asked about the Law of Attraction:

My sister put me on to the Law of Attraction a few years ago and that made me think about things. Whatever you think is going to happen, will happen. If you visualize it with true belief then it will happen. I took that on board and decided I’m the best. I put myself on a pedestal and everything just formed around it.

And Conor isn’t kidding about everything forming around it, check out this post fight interview. It’s clear he’s the star of this video and he’s loving telling everyone that he told the story he wanted and now it’s come true!

It’s hilarious to see people in the fight world mentioning the Law of Attraction thanks to Conor’s knock out winning fight. Slowly but surely manifesting awareness is spreading everywhere. 🙂

Namaste Faustino learned about manifesting from the Rosicrucians (amorc.org) when he was eight years old. Initially skeptical, he tried it out and successfully manifested a little red radio. After that he was hooked and over the past 30 years has consciously created cash, trips, girlfriends, a diamond and even a millionaire mentor. Connect with Namaste on Facebook.

  • July 13, 2015
  • Namaste says:

    I don’t know whether we have spirit guides or guiding angels. All I know is that my intuition helps me in countless ways, all the time. A few years ago I asked to start receiving clairaudient intuitive guidance (this is where you actually hear a voice tell you the information instead of just knowing it or feeling it). I’ve enjoyed those experiences although I now realize I prefer simply knowing what to do next. Hearing a voice complicates things because you wonder if it really happened or if you’re just making it up.
    At the end of the day, whether we call the guidance that is beyond ourselves intuition, spirit guides, or angels doesn’t matter. I think that by acknowledging that presence that it becomes a more active part of our lives. If you’d like to interact with your angels (or guides) more, my personal experience has taught me that all you have to do is make the request. Then you’ll shown what to do to make that happen =)
    Hope something I said there helps,

    • Raji says:

      Hi Namaste,
      Thanks for your input.
      I have been thinking about how at times I just made decisions or took some actions out of a certain feeling and those decisions have turned out to be of perfect outcome for me.
      Now I happened to read about the concept of guides and was wondering if those are the voices.
      Not that I have heard anything yet.
      But i think i would want to request for it and understand how i experience it.
      thanks for your input

      • Namaste says:

        It’s really cool to hear how connected you already seem to be based on the results you’re already experiencing.
        I’m glad you’re open to simply making the request. People often look at me like I’m crazy when I tell them all they have to do is ask and they’ll be shown what to do next. That’s all I’ve ever done and it’s always worked (of course I was in alignment with the desire so that really counts).
        Thanks for letting me know you got something out of the input =)

  • Raji says:

    I have a question not related to this particular post:
    I have been reading about spirit guides and guiding angels. I am quite thrilled with this that I have guiding angels.
    I have been able to explain myself how guiding angels have helped manifest some stuff for me.
    I am not sure if you have written about guiding angels. But what is your thought?

  • Just an additional tidbit…
    Since we create the entirety of our experience, any sports competition is always between us and ourselves (our version of the “other”).
    Life Surfer

  • Ian RoeBuck says:

    Great article! I think almost every successful athlete practices the Law of Attraction in some manner and form. That is why they are at the top of the food chain in sports! I love to watch MMA as it is both a science and an art, but admittedly it is quite violent, but in my opinion not as violent as football. The fatalities and injuries in football far exceed that in MMA sports.

    • Namaste says:

      I haven’t watched very much MMA up to this point. Someone who read the Conor LOA story mentioned the figher Ronda Rousey. You’re probably familiar with her. Apparently her personal philosophy seems to have some LOA type things mixed in.

  • Susann says:

    Love it. I think Muhammad Ali got there first, mind you, he of “floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee” fame. People called him boastful and used to make fun of him, but looking back, he was talking pure LOA. And it worked. Great story about McGregor — I love that LOA is becoming almost mainstream.

    • Namaste says:

      I’m constantly amazed these days at how many people utilize Law of Attraction principles without calling it that. I think in the coming years we’re going to see more and more people actually start calling it what it is =)

  • Elle says:

    Wonderful example of LOA in action! Thank you so much, Namaste and Jeannette.
    Though I do not like boxing, I see the event and life is what you make of it by putting what you want out there. Great reminders!

  • I love that this is just becoming more and more mainstream…across many industries!
    Thanks for the video, Namaste. I’ll be interested to watch that, too.
    Many blessings,

  • Namaste says:

    Thanks again for the opportunity to have another article posted =) I just found this Youtube video of Conor McGregor actually being interviewed about his Law of Attraction beliefs. I wish I’d found this before as I’d have included it in the original article. Really cool to see him talking about how he used the Law of Attraction to overcome some pretty challenging times back when he was getting started https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhAwgBpi-UY

    • Jeannette says:

      This blog is better off for everything you contribute to it, my friend. Thanks for sharing your wisdom and expertise with us here! 🙂

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