Manifesting a World Cup Win

Quick post for those tuning in for the World Cup (although these tips can be applied to anything you’re creating) …

I’m not necessarily a sports fan, but I am a fan of using conscious creation to manifest whatever we want.

So for those wondering how to help their team bring home a World Cup win, here are my favorite law of attraction tips (as inspired by my chat with Zestology’s Tony Wrighton):

1. Forget about the odds (unless the odds are in your favor).

Odds are for muggles. (Unless it supports our desired outcome, in which case we leverage them! Because we’re flexible like that. We’re conscious creators who know how to set ourselves up for thought success!)

Whatever you do, stop thinking about how unlikely or difficult or challenging it is for your guys to win. Give up the story of how hard it is to pull off. That focus does not serve the manifestation you want. Instead …

2. Dwell on reasons to believe.

Make your desired outcome easy to believe in by reminding yourself why it could happen. What are the reasons to believe in a win? It doesn’t have to be a long list – even just a couple reasons will direct your attention in a way that amps up belief.

(And belief along with desire are the two keys to successful manifesting!)

When I’m not coming up with a bunch of reasons to believe in what I want, one of my favorite answers is, “Stranger things have happened.” I believe in strange things, and this could be one of those.

But you’ll likely have a nice compilation of reasons to believe, including a capable coach with a proven successful approach (he got us this far, didn’t he?!), strong players who have the whole country rooting for them, or even that we’re just plain due for a win!

You know what else always goes on my list? (And yes, I do write this list out on paper.) I know how the system works, and I’m working it right now. By focusing on reasons to believe, I am adding to the power of that outcome. (That’s one of my reasons to believe: I am engaging my manifesting superpowers!)

Another reason to believe, if your list feels light: it’s already happened, in one version of reality. You’re not even creating something that doesn’t exist – this version is already happening. It’s already a done deal (on some level, in some parallel universe). All you have to do is become the frequency of that version in order to experience it.

Bottom line: manifest your team as capable, not compromised. If the odds are in your favor, remember why your team is favored. You’re mentally exploiting whatever advantages you can conjure to enhance your belief in a win.

3. See it happen (before it does).

In your mind’s eye, play out this win in advance. Envision things coming together. The fans are incredibly enthusiastic. The team is gelled, the players are in the flow, they’re on fire! It’s happening – you can see it, right? You gotta be able to see it. And feel it … feel the player’s triumph. Feel the fans explode with joy. Feel the excitement from the announcers. Feel the pride and the camaraderie with everyone else celebrating this win.

If you’re feeling now how you’d feel then, you’re clicked in. Ruminate in it for 30-60 seconds. Repeat as inspired or know that just one activation is all it takes. For extra effect, you might even celebrate the win in advance, like this win was already cinched.

4. Decide to feel good no matter what.

With this tip I’m asking you to activate appreciation. When you’re in appreciation mode, you’re not attached. And attachment can kink up a vibe in a hurry.

So decide you’re going to enjoy it either way. Don’t make your well-being or happiness dependent on game results. I mean, hasn’t it been fun to get here? Isn’t it a delight to feel the excitement of an entire country? Aren’t you loving seeing all these fans come together for this purpose? It’s already been a good time. No matter how it turns out, that’s still true.

5. Let it go.

This can be a tricky ask for some, but it really does bring extra magic when you get the hang of it. I’m talking about doing your focusing work, then letting it go.

Hand it over. Let the powers that be play with it next. Your part is done.

Obsessively turning this over in your mind can sometimes be a sign of kinky vibes. Someone who was enjoying themselves wouldn’t constantly fret or worry about what might happen. They do their part and then let it go.

(That’s why so many of our easiest manifesting successes are the ones we didn’t care about too much – just one little light thought, we forget about it, and then poof! – it’s happening before we know it! It’s because we didn’t hold on to it.)

Thoughts that might help you accomplish this tip are to remember that it’s just a game and life is meant to be fun. Not important. Not serious. Everything goes our way much more easily when we hold our desires lightly and with joy. Making this win a big deal isn’t actually conducive to success.

Extra tip for athletes competing on the field: play like you’re a winner. Not like you’re trying to win, or hoping to, or even wanting to. And certainly not like you need to. Play like the winner. It’s a different vibration – can you feel it?

Don’t wait for some score or trophy to feel it. You lead this party. Feel it first, right now, and throughout. Good vibes there.

(That’s also why so many winners keep winning. They know the vibe! It’s why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. The vibe we hold dictates what follows. So get the winning vibe in place and carry on!)

As I mentioned before, these tips are good not just for bringing home the World Cup but also for anything else you’re in the mood to manifest.

And for anyone asking “What happens if everyone does this, and we’re rooting for opposite outcomes?“, the answer is three-fold:

  • First of all, not everyone is doing it. So those who do have a nice advantage.
  • Second, everyone gets what they vibrate. We don’t have to agree and we don’t necessarily experience the same version of reality. So, mind your own (focusing) business.
  • Third, is this the question of a winner? That sounds like the question of a doubter, so get that handled, friend! 🙂
  • July 11, 2018
  • Thapelo says:

    P.S.
    By the way, your revamped blog looks amazing. It is even more a pleasure to read stuff here now.

  • Thapelo says:

    Hi Jeannette.

    I am a fan of you (i.e. your blog – lol!), a fan of soccer and a fan of winning in life. So you can imagine how happy this post made me.

  • Meg Alexander says:

    Can I tell you how much I love this post – not just because you wrote it about the World Cup! This World Cup has been so interesting from an LOA perspective. The previous champion – Germany – booted before the round of 16. ICELAND was in the World Cup! An English team that was the second youngest team aside from Nigeria, made it to the Semi-finals. And Croatia tied up England and went to overtime to win a berth to the finals. If these teams were relying on what is instead of their awesome creative powers, it could have been different.

    I love all of these tips – especially seeing it as a done deal and leveraging all of the positive aspects. I have seen this so much with baseball – when the Cubs “broke” the 108 year curse and won the 2016 World Series. It wasn’t because it was time – it was because they built a culture of believing it could be done.

    Thanks Jeannette for another awesome look at LOA through the World Cup lens!

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