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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: Ever heard of Conor McGregor? I hadn’t until flipping through an issue of Esquire magazine, where I saw an awesome […]

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  • July 13, 2015

Are Seahawks Using LOA Magic?

If you saw the Seahawks pull that astonishing win out of their hat late in Sunday’s game, you might have wondered like I did if they were using LOA magic to make it happen. Packers coach Mike McCarthy called it “unbelievable” and the NFL announcer said, “it’s as improbable a win as I’ve ever witnessed.” […]

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  • January 20, 2015

Feels Like the First Time for Phil Mickelson

I’m not a golf nut, but my boyfriend is – which is why I’m tuned into the British Open this weekend. Something my sweetie said about Phil Mickelson’s “amnesia” approach to winning a tournament he’s competed in 18 times caught my deliberate creator attention. Apparently Phil is playing this major tournament with a new approach: […]

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  • July 16, 2011

Law of Attraction and the Superbowl

“And the image ultimately became reality.” That’s what Fox NFL editor Nancy Gay wrote about the Green Bay Packers Superbowl Championship win, referencing the team’s fitting for superbowl rings the night before they played. That’s not typical stuff in NFL world.  Normally the ring fitters see the team after they win. But Head Coach Mike […]

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  • February 12, 2011

Lessons from Cowboys Country

Today I picked up deliberate creation lessons from an unlikely source: a Dallas Cowboys football game. Not that it’s unlikely to see LOA in football; just unlikely to see me there. But when my sweetie’s son and daughter-in-law treated us to a game with the Tennessee Titans in the Cowboys Stadium, I picked up lots […]

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  • October 10, 2010

The Art of Overcoming the Choke

It’s not unusual for high pressure moments to get the best of us, watching our performance wither in the face of challenge. Here’s one close-to-home story about overcoming the choke: Saturday night my sweetie* came home from the first day of a weekend golf tournament feeling anxious. Not because his game sucked that day, but because […]

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  • June 8, 2010