Anything Could Happen.
Thank you for giving me such a wonderful life. I feel blessed. A few months ago, if someone had told me that this would be my life in the coming months, I would have laughed. I had hit rock bottom. I had quit my job due to personal reasons, had my heart broken, was unemployed and my mother had gotten really ill and my dad had a stroke. The grim reality of the whole situation had turned me numb, scared and lonely. It had started to affect me both mentally and physically. I couldn’t look at the person staring back at me in the mirror. Money was really really tight. On top of it all everyone was pointing fingers and playing the blame game. So it was safe to say that life had beaten me from all directions. I had broken up with my ex whom I dated for almost 2 years.
I never thought that my life would have turned out the way it did, but that is the thing about life. Anything could happen. As I was all by myself in that dark tunnel, I had found a flickering beat inside my heart that was not ready to give up on the silver lining. So that was when I decided to turn to the law of attraction. I decided to start a small project, ‘Project Me’. I refused to accept this picture as my reality and succumb to it. I refused that reality and slowly started to feel in my heart that I have what it takes to create my own reality against all odds. I started telling myself that reality is subjective and can change according to our vibrations and energy.
The basic idea behind the concept of ‘Project Me’ was to follow a set of rituals religiously to attain consistency in my life, stillness of my heart, to raise my vibrations to such a high extent that I manifest everything I want and change my reality. To become a better, more warm, loving and grateful version of myself. I had assigned myself few goals which were as follows:
1. To get placed in a top company with a much better package
2. To read a book daily.
3. To meditate daily for 15 minutes before going to bed.
4. To write daily about anything that crosses my mind.
5. To practice yoga everyday when I wake up in the morning.
Here’s how I changed my perspective towards the circumstances:
I started to realize that throughout my life, the Universe has always loved me, that it has always had my back and always helped in one way or another and was looking out for me. When my dad had the heart attack, there was no source of income in the house and the surgery cost was huge. We had no money and no source of income but the Universe had reached out to us in the form of my uncle, who had paid for the entire thing. He had saved my father’s life. I will always be grateful to him for that and also because he is my mentor who I share a deep connection with and who reflects positive energy out of me. I will always be grateful to the Universe for him. I was also grateful for the love and support I was surrounded by. I am one of the most blessed and luckiest girls alive to have amazing friends and family to support me. I will always be grateful for having such wonderful, warm people in my life to call my friends.
I used to be the type of kid who used to complain a lot about everything. I started to change that perspective from thinking ‘Why is this happening to me’ to ‘What is it trying to teach me?’ and that made all the difference. I started to believe in myself day by day. I started to learn to forgive myself, to be more grateful in life, to take one day at a time. I started to smile more and to laugh a little louder. I started to look for all the good things that life has to offer. I started to learn to let go, which was really tough at first, but gradually, I started to get the hang of it. I started to realize that I eventually live for myself and am responsible for every choice I make. I realized that heart break, although painful, was indeed a speed bump I needed to get my shit together and focus on myself, my life and my career. If I had not gone through the pain of a heartbreak, I wouldn’t have started this journey of finding myself. So eventually, I am grateful for everything that has happened in my life and everything this life has to offer me because ultimately, it made me into the person I am today and eventually, makes me become a more authentic, genuine, more loving, intellectual version of myself.
On the day of a an interview for a job I had applied for, I started to visualize calling my friend up and telling her that I had gotten the job. The night before the interview, I had meditated to the sound of ‘theta waves’, just visualizing myself getting the job. By the time I was done, I could feel a new found respect and stillness inside of me. I knew that I would be alright.
Within a month of me quitting my job and going through my rock bottom phase, after having applied the above steps and changing my perspective, I got a job with an amazing salary that is almost 4 times the salary I used to earn. So yes, ‘Anything could happen.’ Thank you!