I always knew there was more
By OJ. Silvester
from Stafford, Great Britain
All my life until the day I was introduced to The Secret I was in a constant, self annihilating battle with my own being. I knew that there was greatness within, but society eventually destroyed everything I thought was special about me. The chronic insecurity that fuelled my eventual plummet into severe depression very nearly killed me. If it wasn't for a real live miracle I wouldn't be able to type this right now.
One evening that seemed like any other, I was chatting to a friend who had already heard of The Secret and the conversation turned deep. As attraction would have it, he pointed me in the direction of the first 20 minutes of the film on YouTube. Initially sceptical I gave The Secret a chance, and as each piece of the puzzle became clear in my head for the first time in my life I became the person I always longed for that existed deep beneath the recently vanquished sea of empty self esteem. I was able to lovingly be myself for the first time in my life. People used to know me as a quiet somewhat weak child, but The Secret transformed me into the man I should have been all along.
I kept on thinking about how the teachings of The Secret seem to mirror the natural thought processes of the most successful individuals who ever lived. Most strikingly, Richard Branson kept coming to mind as an individual that is near impossible to imagine unhappy, with everything that he ever could dream for at his fingertips. It dawned on me that this man, and every other person that ever had positive lives, had happiness and feeling good as their standard setting for living, and as a result, have had lots more of that feeling good attracted to them. So by default, I was flooded with the most happiness I've ever felt because I realised that it's the fuel to prosperity.
The following morning I woke up to find that I'd won £50 on the premium bonds! I didn't directly aim to attract anything at that point, but by sheer vast frequency of love, it was brought to me. I'm certain that it wasn't coincidence; I mean what are the odds? With this confirmation, I knew my life was going to be spectacular. I always need to have good reason to believe in something, and nothing gets past me, and surely as the law itself, reason was bestowed upon me.
I just want to pass on my eternal gratitude to Rhonda, and everyone in history that have helped make all of this clearer to the human race, for I believe that a positive global tipping point is just around the corner for all of us.
May the skyline be set ablaze with love for all mankind!
About OJ. Silvester from Stafford, Great Britain:
Recent university dropout. Now finding the way back to my path thanks to all of you