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Be Careful What You Dream

Be Careful What You Dream

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Be Careful What You Dream
This simple story is true. It happened because of the power of thesubconscious mind.Once your inner self believes and expects an outcome, it will begin tomanifest it into its physical equivalent. Repetition of thought is the key.This manifestation will occur even if it’s bad for you.Joey Cora, a now retired major league baseball player always wantedto hit .300, make the All-Star team and sign a million dollar contract.Those were his goals.While preparing for the upcoming 1997 season with the SeattleMariners, Joey visualized a .300 batting average everyday. He sawhimself as an All-Star and he knew he was a million dollar player.Everyday for almost one year he saw the number .300 flash in hismind like a neon digital clock. This thought woke him up in themorning and put him to bed at night. In addition, he saw himself playing in the 1997 mid-summer All-Star game.The irony of these thoughts of success was the fact that he was alifetime .267 hitter. Many experts considered him a platoon player noteven a starter. In fact, the Chicago White Sox discarded him likeyesterday’s news. He had never even remotely been considered for theAll-Star team.Soon as the 1997 season unfolded his batting average began to climb.In the month of May he set an American League record for a switchhitter for consecutive games with a hit. This feat put him on his firstand only All-Star team. He was so proud to represent the AmericanLeague squad. He had seen it, as it would be.As the season progressed his batting average was hovering around.340. He was one of the league leaders in hitting. In late Augusthowever, his hitting took a turn for the worse. His average beganplummeting regardless of his approach. Needless to say, he was veryconcerned. .320…315…310…305…it dropped.Finally, on the last day and last at-bat of the 1997 season his averagewas .29999. His dream season came down to one moment of truth.With a base hit single that barely escaped the fielder’s glove, the

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