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What about during championship competition like in NBA or any big events where both coaches of the competing parties are applying the Law of Attraction and Vibration or whatever Law there might be that are involved in order to succeed or to achieve someones goal, during the last minute or even on the preliminary stage of the competition both coaches are making a clear image that they win the game as being practitioner of the Universal Laws. When the time ends there must be one winner and the other must be a loser. Considering both coaches are well enough on things about LOA and achieving success. Is the LOA could be unfair sometime? Would you say that the losing team loses its focus to attract winning? Anybody can Elaborate this?

asked 05 Jun '13, 04:37

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closed 05 Jun '13, 04:49

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