Dummy Contract Letter Works Like Magic
Before I begin, I would like to express my deepest thanks and gratitude to Rhonda Byrne, The Secret Team and to all of you my fellow co-creators. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! May you live a life full of love, joy, and abundance. Continue to inspire others!
This is my second story in this forum. The first story I have shared was entitled “Gratitude Never Fails” in which I have recounted the process of manifesting a brand new desktop computer for myself.
My life has changed since I started applying the teachings of The Secret, The Power, and The Magic. I never failed to convey my love and gratitude for everything in my life, whether I already have it or want to have it.
Listening to The Power audio book one day inspired me to try to manifest a new job. Not just another job, but the one that I really love to do and pays really well. Working as a freelancer, it is often difficult to find work in which both criteria are present.
On the first day of October 2013, I submitted a response for a request for proposal to an academic institution. Before sending out my proposal, I purposely printed a dummy acceptance letter, which contained the details I wanted: My job description, function, salary, and benefits.
While reflecting on my desires with reference to the hiring company, a little apprehension surged through me. Theoretically, it was the first time that they had embarked on outsourcing, so there is a greater chance that my desire will not happen. I immediately brushed away the thought and preoccupied myself with clear images of myself submitting a completed project to a satisfied client.
Then, I signed my dummy acceptance letter, expressed my deep thanks to GOD for all the blessings in my life, and kept the letter inside my bag. I released my desires to the Universe and just let it go.
Twelve days later to be exact, I had a meeting with the President of the academic instituter and we discussed the contract and the details of the project.
When I arrived home, I searched for my dummy acceptance letter. Actually, I had forgotten the exact details in it. By the way, I did not take it out of my bag since the day I kept it.
Reading my dummy acceptance letter, I stood in awe. I could not believe that I had received everything indicated in the letter. My actual contract salary even exceeded the amount indicated in the dummy letter by 75 percent plus a performance bonus. And, of course I received my dream job as an institutional research writer and technical support staff working from the comforts of my own home.
The one lesson I learned in this experience is that letting go is trusting the invisible. It is only through letting go that you will receive the things you want to have. Letting go means you are thankful and grateful, and have unwavering faith regardless of the circumstances.
ASK, BELIEVE, RECEIVE!
Thanks for taking the time to read. GOD BLESS YOU!