Dwyane Wade: He has Peace of Mind and His Life is in Harmony.
Posted May 24, 2011on:
Here’s a good example of the Psycho Self-Imagery principle. Until last March, 2011, the Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade’s life was in turmoil. But then, something happened that would change his life and enhance his performance on the basketball court: a Cook County Judge awarded him full custody of his two boys, Zaire, 9, and Zion, 3, because his wife was battling drug and alcohol addiction. “I love the game of basketball and I respect the game of basketball for what it has done for me and my family,” Wade said, “but I understand what’s important, and my boys are the most important thing to me….it’s changed me, no doubt about it…it’s made me more patient and more calm.” This season, according to USA Today, Wade’s production is one reason the Heat are playing in the Eastern Conference finals against the Chicago Bulls. From my perspective, Dwyane Wade is a good example of someone who is experiencing the psi principle (Psycho Self-Imagery.) His life is definitely in harmony and my prediction is, based on Wade’s performance in the coming weeks, the Heat will win the NBA Championship.