Forgotten Password Remembered Using The Secret.
I am sincerely grateful to Rhonda and all The Secret team for the gift of the knowledge of The Secret. My deep gratitude also goes to everybody who posts success stories here for the inspiration and faith I always gain. Thank you, thank you, thank you. My story is about how I remembered my password to my laptop using The Secret techniques.
My story may seem simple but it isn’t when all your research work and vital documents are stored in your PC. I have a very good memory and never forget my passwords, however, on this fateful day the PC suggested I change my password. I was having a discussion with a colleague and at the same time that I changed my password. When I came in the following day I tried to log in and realised I did not even have the faintest idea of what the new password was that I used. I tried everything.
After a while I started asking myself “How will it be when I log into my laptop with my password successfully now?”. I would then visualize myself working on it and doing all that I normally do for few minutes. I then gave my thanks for successfully logging in. I downloaded an image that said ‘logged in’.
After 3 days the same colleague I had been talking to when I changed my password requested to use my laptop. I told him I could not access it and I had tried everything but nothing worked. He insisted I try it again which I did not feel like doing. Reluctantly, I opened up the laptop and tried the first password that came to mind but it didn’t work.
Just then I had a sudden thought to check my gratitude list for the day that I had changed the password. I scrolled through my phone to my gratitude list and as I was reading through my gratitude list for that day, I had the urge to type in a particular phrase. I did it and immediately accessed my laptop again! You can not imagine how happy and grateful I was at that moment.
The Secret and feeling gratitude definitely works 200%. Thank you for reading my story and I hope it inspires just even one person to focus only on having, being or doing exactly what you want to have, be or do. Thank you, thank you, thank you!