My Husband’s New Job.
My husband was laid off last in November, fortunately from a job he hated. He wanted to get back into procurement, which is what he knows and loves best. He went for a few interviews, but nothing concrete. I kept telling him to be patient and give it time, the right job was being lined up for him and when the time was right, he would be given the perfect job. At the beginning of March, he started to get depressed, he was afraid his benefits would run out and we would be in a tough financial way.
He finally got an interview with a company 20 minutes away. He came back from the interview so excited, I had not seen him like that for months. He walked the company with the owner, got along great with him, had all the requirements and it had been a 2 hour interview. He gave it a week and emailed the company. He was told they would make a decision by the end of the week. They were down to two candidates, himself and one other person. At the end of the week, my husband got an email that said they were sorry, but they had chosen the other candidate, as he had experience in the specific company’s product, along with procurement.
I felt so bad for my husband, he was so let down. His self confidence slipped. “Okay” I said, time to get serious. I re-read “The Secret” a second time. I went on google and typed in “A person getting his dream job” and when I found the picture I wanted, I cut it out and then took a picture of my husband and pasted his face onto the picture I had cut out. It was of a man holding his cell phone in one hand reading “You got the job!” and his other hand was doing the high five pump in the air and he was jumping for joy.
Every day I took that picture in my hand and pictured my husband getting the dream job, sitting behind the desk, placing orders, negotiating with vendors, making phone calls, walking into our home each night telling me about his day, etc. I would look at it during my ride to work, bring it into work with me, hang it on my wall and all throughout the day I envisioned him in his dream job.
About 5 weeks went by. I was at work and my husband called, he was talking so fast I couldn’t understand him, I had to tell him to stop, take a breath and slow down. He said he received a phone call from the company that hired the other candidate instead of him. It did not work out, and was he still interested in the position?! He went in the next day, negotiated his salary and has the job of his dreams! He loves it, the people are great and he has opportunities to move up in the company in the near future.
I fully understand how visualizing is the beginning to manifestation. Thank you for opening up the rest of our lives for great things.