Archive for May 2010
Posted May 19, 2010on:
What takes place off the basketball court affects what takes place on the basketball court. I recently came across a report that appeared on Dante West’s website and as of this writing, not a whole lot has been mentioned about it in the media. If true, it would certainly explain Lebron James’ sub-par performance immediately after game four with the Celtics. Here’s what Dante West wrote: “Gloria James, LeBron James’ mom reportedly sleeping with one of LeBron’s teammates and friend, Delonte West. Reports say that LeBron found out about the affair prior to the Celtics’ Game Four match-up against the Boston Celtics in their recently concluded playoff series. LeBron James’ suddenly diminished play from Game 4 on was the result of his being upset about the relationship between his mother and his teammate. Delonte West has had a number of off the court issues in the past; his lifestyle has hardly been beyond reproach. For LeBron James, who has led a seemingly scandal free existence, that fact would likely be particularly difficult to take.”
PSYCHO SELF-IMAGERY: It Can Work Positively or Negatively, Depending on the Paths you Follow in your Personal Life.
Posted May 8, 2010on:
The Psycho Self-Imagery process, when it’s working positively, involves having a high sense of inner self, resolving conflict in your life, not repressing feelings, bringing personal issues to completion, being highly spiritual, helping others less fortunate than yourself and having your life in harmony. When this path is followed, you will have positive things happen in your life, on and off the field of competition. Three examples are Sam Bradford, Ryan Howard, and Ai Miyazato.
But the process works negatively when you have conflict in your life, when you have a low sense of inner self, when you are repressing your feelings, when you have personal issues that you haven’t brought to completion, when you are not helping others less fortunate than yourself and when your life is in disharmony, you will have negative things happen in your life, on and off the field of competition. Three examples are Roger Clemens, Tiger Woods, and Lawrence Taylor.