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He averaged .280
edit on 23-2-2014 by boncho because: (no reason given)
Or Suppose I know the batter believes and use my free will to walk him? Will his faith wallop a ball he can't even reach or in this case is it physics first, faith second?
As soon as the vibratory resonance of your belief is equal to the vibratory resonance of the goal you wish to accomplish, this is when your goal materializes.
its things like this, walls of pure gibberish that make this site not shine.
thumbs down op.
Jesus could hit .500 in MLB and so can any other MLB player.
If an athlete has the physical ability to make a MLB team, that athlete also has the ability to hit .400, even .500. All that is required is for the hitter to cultivate or develop a belief or faith which is strong enough to be equal to his desired goal or end result.
As soon as the vibratory resonance of your belief is equal to the vibratory resonance of the goal you wish to accomplish, this is when your goal materializes. Since 1941, nobody in MLB has cultivated a strong enough belief to manifest the .400 batting average. While this is the most important mental law known to man, it still remains a mystery to virtually everyone in MLB.
The cornerstone of the most powerful sports psychology has been taught for thousands of years by every great philosopher, prophet, and spiritual leader. For example, Jesus said in Mark 9:23, “If thou can believe, all things are possible to him that believes.”