Rose Namajunas IM the best (Law of attraction explained)

If you have ever heard of the Law of Attraction you will probably think it is some sort of mumbo jumbo
and that is what I certainly felt when I first heard about it.
but, If you have watched any recent bout for Rose Namajunas, you’ve probably seen her repeat the
words “I’m the best”, that is not random by any means, Rose uses the Law of attraction!
Namajunas had a rough time growing up Her neighborhood friends nicknamed her "Thug Rose" because
she was the only white girl among them and was the smallest, yet she was the toughest one in their
friend group. Namajunas has admitted to being a victim of child sexual abuse while emphasizing that she
does not want to speak about specific details.
The law of attraction is a philosophy suggesting that positive thoughts bring positive results into a
person's life, while negative thoughts bring negative outcomes. It is based on the belief that thoughts
are a form of energy and that positive energy attracts success in all areas of life, including health,
finances, and relationships.
While the Law of Attraction has generated attention in recent years due to books like "The Secret," it
lacks scientific evidence for its claims and is generally viewed as a pseudoscience.
Advocates suggest there are central universal principles that make up the law of attraction:
Like attracts like: This law suggests that similar things are attracted to one another. It means that
people tend to attract people who are similar to them—but it also suggests that people's thoughts tend
to attract similar results. Negative thinking is believed to attract negative experiences, while positive
thinking is believed to produce desirable experiences.
Nature abhors a vacuum: This law of attraction suggests that removing negative things from your life
can make space for more positive things to take their place. It is based on the notion that it is impossible
to have a completely empty space in your mind and your life. Since something will always fill this space,
it is important to fill that space with positivity, proponents of this philosophy say.
The present is always perfect: This law focuses on the idea that there are always things you can do to
improve the present moment. While it might always seem like the present is somehow flawed, this law
proposes that, rather than feeling dread or unhappiness, you should focus your energy on finding ways
to make the present moment the best that it can be.
Another example for a fighter using the law of attraction is Connor McGregor -who Like so many kids-
had childhood soccer games on the streets of Dublin that were full of fantasy. He would see himself
starring in a grand stadium, scoring the winning goal for Manchester United, or playing in a World Cup
for the Irish national team.
It’s a tiny percentage, but Irish kids do make it to Manchester United. Some of them have gone on to
play at a World Cup. But boys from Crumlin and Lucan and Clondalkin don’t grow up to be UFC
champions – at least not until McGregor came along. And, before McGregor, UFC fighters didn’t win
titles in two divisions. And they don’t move into boxing and secure a fight with the biggest name in the
game. And they certainly don’t stand to make nine figures in a single night.
That’s the reality, McGregor nowadays is something he created in his mind before even starting to
practice MMA.
“It is the Law of Attraction, and it is the most powerful thing in the world,” McGregor said. “It is the
belief that you are able to create whatever situation that you want for yourself, and no one can take it
from you. It is believing something is already yours, and then doing whatever you have to so that it
comes true.”

What McGregor does is called future self-visualization. Before joining the UFC, McGregor would sit in his
beat-up car in Dublin after collecting his welfare checks and imagine himself driving along a coastal road
in Southern California, in a soft-top Bentley. He has one now, and he’s done the drive.
While still fighting in Ireland’s Cage Warriors circuit he’d imagine himself not only in the UFC but also its
champion. He imagined himself defeating Jose Aldo by early knockout and told anyone who would listen
how it would go down. He predicted Aldo’s hand would flinch, that the Brazilian champion – undefeated
in a decade – would miss, and then be put away. Ultimately, 13 seconds was all it took.
“If you can see it here and you have the courage enough to speak it, it will happen,” McGregor said. “I
see these shots and sequences, and I don’t shy away from them. A lot of time people believe in certain
things, but they keep it to themselves. They don’t put it out there. If you truly believe in it, if you
become vocal with it, you are creating that Law of Attraction, and it will become reality.”
On the other hand, the technique used by UFC strawweight champion Rose Namajunas, most of the
time you’d see Rose repeating the words “I’m the best!”, before fights or during interviews. That’s called
positive self-affirmation.
positive affirmations are almost as easy to define as they are to practice. Put simply, they are positive
phrases or statements used to challenge negative or unhelpful thoughts.
Practicing positive affirmations can be extremely simple, and all you need to do is pick a phrase and
repeat it to yourself.
You may choose to use positive affirmations to motivate yourself, encourage positive changes in your
life, or boost your self-esteem. If you frequently find yourself getting caught up in negative self-talk,
positive affirmations can be used to combat these often subconscious patterns and replace them with
more adaptive narratives.
One of the key psychological theories behind positive affirmations is the self-affirmation theory. So, yes,
there are empirical studies based on the idea that we can maintain our sense of self-integrity by telling
ourselves what we believe in positive ways.
Another fighter that uses the same technique is the UFC flyweight champion Brandon Moreno, who had
been seen saying “soy le mejor”, which also means “I’m the best”
In a nutshell, the principle of the Law of Attraction is a way of living that requires you to change your
frequency. When you do this, the Universe will pick up your signal and your life will change for the

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