I was watching the Super Bowl, when at the very end of the game, when everything was pointing that the Seahawks were going to win an amazing interception caught by a Patriot player and the Patriots won.

In the last 20 seconds of the game everything changed.

Many times in our lives we have situations that might not look good. It feels like the outcomes are pre-determined and we will need to live with the undesired result. If we think that is the case, then it is. But when we decide that it is not then we can change it.

When we have a situation like that we need to ask ourselves a question: What would we like it to be? Keep that image of the newly desired outcome in your mind and get excited about it. Play it in your mind over and over. We create everything in our lives by the way we feel, so it is incredibly important that we feel good. We also need to keep doing whatever is necessary to create what we want.

You have heard about many situations that were changed in the last moment, because a person kept at it. This is one of the most incredible stories of persistence. One of my client’s cat was very sick and he kept doing all the tools to heal him. The cat kept getting worse. I told my client not to look at what it is, but keep applying the tools. It came to the point that he had to take the cat to the vet to put him down…but he never stop doing what he needed to do. As the unconscious cat was lying on a table and the vet approached him with the injection that would end his life, my client kept repeating the tools in his mind. Suddenly, the cat got up and started walking. They were in awe! The vet gave the him some food and he eat it. The cat fully recovered. What would happen if my client gave up?

Nothing is hopeless. The ball is in your court. The power of our minds goes beyond anything we can imagine in our wildest dreams…and that means that we can do anything!

Have an absolutely magical week, full of LOVE GRATITUDE and FUN!!!

Amanda Devine

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