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Flat Screen Television

Submitted by: Jessica M.

Grass Valley, California

I am 29 years old and live in beautiful Northern California with my Husband, Son and Mother. We all bought a house together and recently watched The Secret DVD and are all practicing the Law of Attraction in our everyday lives.


I recently bought a house with my husband and mother and we all live in it with my 9 year old son. We had an old tube television in our living room nestled in a large oak entertainment center. The only other items we had on the entertainment center were random objects and our separate mail baskets that had been overflowing for some time. Since we’ve moved in, I’ve dreamed of having a big, flat panel television mounted on the wall. Although I could charge it or use my savings, I felt that there were hundreds of other necessities I needed to buy before investing in a luxury item such as that.

Just a few weeks back my entire household watched The Secret DVD. Two days after seeing the movie I decided to manifest my television. I realized that in order to make room, I needed to get rid of the entertainment center as it was obstructing the space for my new wall-mounted television. With everyone in agreeance, my husband and I cleaned off the shelves and I went through my piles of mail and found a couple of letters addressed to my mom that had accidentally been shuffled in with mine. One was from our Mortgage Company and since I let my Mom file the statements I threw it into her basket as well.

I set my Mom’s mail basket on the dining room table and we hauled the big entertainment center outside to the curb and taped a sign on it that read, “FREE”.
We set our old TV on a chair and when my Mother walked into the living room she suggested we go buy a small stand so we wouldn’t have to use the chair. I simply smiled and asked, “Why? We won’t need it because we are getting our new television soon.” She straightened up and said, “You’re right! But let’s make sure that we acquire it with cash and not credit.” I replied, “Of course! That’s the whole point.”

My Mother then walked over to the dining room table and had begun opening her mail that I had just put in. As she opened the one from the mortgage company she gasped and shook her head and started laughing. She beckoned me over. The company had sent us a check for $1001.42 due to an Escrow overpayment from over a year back! We literally jumped up and down with excitement. We immediately knew the money was for our TV. Still, I knew that the size of the screen I wanted usually costs well over $1000. I then decided to go online to start price shopping. I decided to check my email first and had received just one new item in my Inbox. It was from a major department store advertising 42” Plasma HDTV’s on sale for $999.99!

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