College Life During Corona.
First I want to start off by saying thank you to Rhonda and The Secret team and to whoever may be is reading this.
There have been a few things I have been manifesting relating to school this past couple of months. Starting back in early April when all of the corona virus stuff hit, even though I was sad about my semester getting cut short and having to move off campus, I was grateful for the refunds I was given. On top of the refund money, I applied for a grant that gave me an additional $750. Then I received a stiped that I wasn’t expecting to receive for $750! I had signed up for this program that gives stipends to students that meet the requirements. I had kinda given up on the idea, considering my schedule conflicted with the times available for me to volunteer with the specific programs we had to choose from. But again, thanks to Corona, I received half of the stipend anyway for fulfilling half of the requirements. Because of the pandemic, it seemed as if it kinda helped with them becoming more lenient on fulfilling the engagement and volunteer hours.
Outside of finances, I was waitlisted for three classes for the next Fall semester. I had done my research and wanted specific teachers, but getting them would mean taking a chance of being on the waitlist. I ended up being waitlisted for 3 classes. I could’ve registered for the classes that still had seats available but I knew I would get into all of the classes I wanted. I finally got into the last one I was waiting for on July 1st, 2020.
The last manifestation I want to talk about is my housing arrangement. I hadn’t renewed my room because my parents wanted me in a 10 month lease instead of a 12 month lease as I was in prior to Corona. This ran into a couple of issues. There were no 10 month lease options for upperclassmen for the 2020-2021 academic year. My friend who I was in a roommate group with didn’t realize her time ticket opened days before mine. Either way, by the time she checked, there was no housing available on our campus. There were rooms available on the other campus, but only one room available in each apartment, meaning we would have to split up. We waited another day. When we checked again, all housing was filled on both campuses. It was then when I just told my friend that we should just get on the waitlist for our campus. I can’t remember which book from The Secret series talked about this, but I remember there was an exercise where you say “What if” or “Imagine if” and then you say something amazing you want to happen. My friend was number 6 on the waitlist and I was number 7. I thought, ‘what if’ we ended up in the same apartment. Long story short, we did get placed in the same apartment and on the first floor as I wanted. I’m really looking forward to next semester.
I restarted The Magic so that I can keep my momentum going to manifest an amazing Fall semester. Everything is going to work out well. I know it will. Thank you.