Dreams Are Dreams No More!
I first heard about The Secret when I was in high school, since then I never stopped believing in The Secret and The Law of Attraction.
I moved to Canada from the U.S.A. when I was in grade 5 and never moved back until recently. In high school, I decided I wanted to become an actress because I discovered my great passion for film and television. I could not picture myself doing anything else. My only concern about pursuing my passion was getting into a good university in Canada since my parents were very keen on me getting a good education – they did not want me going to a simple college. I looked up universities in Canada that had good theater programs. After researching the universities, I decided on applying to Ryerson Theater.
I was happy and confident at first until looking up specific details about the program. Soon, I grew slightly anxious that I wouldn’t get in because I read that over 500 students apply each year and only 27 or so make it. Not only that, my grades had to meet their requirements for me to even be considered. If your grades meet the requirements then you go in for an audition. After the first audition, there is a call-back where you have to perform another audition. This process felt overwhelming, but I never stopped believing in The Secret and pursing my acting career. I gave deep gratitude to any good grades I received and believed that no matter what, I would be accepted into Ryerson Theater.
Towards the end of December, I applied to the program and some other ones, that weren’t first priority. Soon, I received a letter in the mail from Ryerson Theater telling me when my audition date was and all the other details. I was so excited! I memorized and prepared everything I needed, still believing in The Secret. After the audition, I left the same way I walked in, feeling good and positive. Soon, I got a call back for my second audition. I got ready for a second time. After the second audition, I left again feeling more positive than ever, but I wouldn’t know for sure if I made it into the program until later that year (something to do with the process).
Later that year, I opened the mail box and a big envelop from Ryerson came out. I didn’t have to open it to know it was an acceptance letter. But I opened it anyway and my assumption was right. I got an acceptance to Ryerson Theater. I made it.
Now, I currently study theater at UCLA in the U.S., I transferred after my first year at Ryerson to UCLA because this is where all the action in my line of business happens. My grades are still excellent. I have been in a few films and television shows. I have a positive feeling that a big offer for a lead role is not too far away.
Thank you Universe for everything. I have received many great things and continue to. I am blessed.