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Woman Who Won $112 Million Using Law of Attraction Is Giving Back

Cynthia Stafford is an avid reader who believes in the power of the mind. In 2007, she decided that she wanted to win $112 million. Following the advise of author Joseph Murphy, Stafford wrote the figure “$112 million” over and over again. She meditated on the figure and visualized what her life would be like after winning. She also wrote down everything in detail, from the house and car she would buy to the charities she would donate to. Stafford frequently reviewed and focused on her list.

After four months of visualizing a lottery win and what she would do with the winnings, Stafford won the California Mega Millions jackpot in May 2007. The amount she won was $112 million – exactly what she had envisioned. Stafford believes the key to her big win was that she created a written plan and visualized what her world would be like if she had already won.

Stafford followed the advise of author Joseph Murphy, who said, “Live in the emboidiment of your desire, and your thought and feeling will soon be manifest.” That is a fundamental principal of the Law of Attraction: feel the feeling of your desire already attained.

Here are Murphy’s steps for tapping into this energy:

  1. Don’t be afraid of “the manifest condition,” i.e., accept what is
  2. Realize all current conditions are only the product of past thinking
  3. Celebrate the power of God (nonphysical energy) that lies within you, i.e. own that power

Neville said it best:

“You must assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled until your assumption has all the sensory vividness of reality. You must imagine that you are already experiencing what you desire. That is, you must assume the feeling of the fulfillment of your desire until you are possessed by it and this feeling crowds all other ideas out of your consciousness.” – Neville Goddard

Abraham says you have to feel as if you have the thing that you want to have. You must be it before you can become it or have it. Since we want what we want because it will make us happy, we must be happy now if we want to get what we want.

Cynthia Stafford is the shining example that odds don’t mean anything. Your intention is what matters. What do you intend today?

After winning the $112 million, Stafford began giving a lot of it away. After donating $1 million to the Geffen Playhouse to fund an art program for children, she is becoming known as one of the biggest philanthropists in Los Angeles.

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Winning The Lottery Isn’t Always A Happy Ending

Updated Dec. 18, 2013. The winning numbers in last night’s mega millions Lottery were 8, 14, 17, 20 and 39, with a Megaball of 7. The winning ticket was reported sold in San Jose, Calif. While we wait for the winners to step forward, most of the rest of us will have to come to terms with the fact that we will probably never be fabulously rich. Darn!

Recently, mind you, we were sitting around the Thanksgiving table listing all the things we have to be thankful for. But once the turkey leftovers were gone, we began to think that never having to worry about money again would make us really thankful. And it seemed like the quickest way to reach that point in life was to win the lottery.

If only we won the lottery, we thought, we would quit our jobs; spend with abandon instead of counting our pennies; be generous to friends, family and charity; or travel around the world. Instead, we have to face the fact that none of this is going to happen. So we need to show up at work on time tomorrow and go back to being thankful for the things we were thankful for last week.

As it happens, winning the lottery isn’t always the happy ending to a life story anyway. It’s just a financial opportunity. Some people make the most of it, and others blow it.

Among those who made the most of it are Jim and Carolyn McCullar of Ephrata, WA. They bought a winning Mega Millions lottery ticket in January 2011 worth $190 million. They’ve set up trust funds for their four kids and 23 grandchildren, have given generously to charity, and still have millions to spare. Even if you haven’t won the lottery, this is something you might want to consider if you have more than you need. (See my post, “6 Ways To Give Family And Friends Financial Aid.”)

Cynthia Stafford, who won in 2007 won $112 million in the California lottery, split the winnings with her father and brother (don’t do this without seeing a tax pro), then started a company and has also been very philanthropic.

Far more often, it seems, money doesn’t buy happiness in this context any more than it does in others. Take the case of Evelyn Adams. She beat the odds by winning the New Jersey lottery twice – in 1985 and 1986, collecting a total of $5.4 million. But she totally blew through the money with her own spending, bad investments, gifts to family and gambling. Today she lives in a trailer.

William “Bud” Post, a 1988 lottery winner, died broke in 2006. What happened to his $16.2 million Pennsylvania lottery winnings? He spent it on houses, cars, boats, an unsuccessful family company and a twin-engine airplane (even though he didn’t have a pilot’s license). Within a year, he was $1 million in debt. His former girlfriend successfully sued him for part of winnings, his brother tried to hire a hit man to kill him.

As these cases illustrate, winning the lottery is no substitute for good money management. For more about that, see my post, “10 Things To Do When You Win The Lottery.” Our money habits are formed long before we win the lottery. Use lottery winnings wisely and you–and your heirs–could live handsomely for many, many years. If you didn’t have smart money habits up until now, you could easily turn out to be your own worst enemy by quickly squandering the fortune.

Winning the lottery is just another financial opportunity. Some people make the most of it, while others blow it.