I am so happy
It has always been my dream to become a doctor. When I was 6 years old I knew, one day, I will be a doctor. In 7th grade I took Latin (you need that language here in Germany to attend medical school) because I knew I had to. My last two school years (the “graduation years”) weren’t that good. I met a person who almost ruined me. I had no self-confidence anymore. Luckily my parents were there for me in every second.
The whole story ended up me graduating with a 2.1, which is good, but not good enough to go to medical school. Here in Germany it means you have to wait for like 4 years to get in. I tried many different things to get in, but I didn’t. So I decided to be a nurse first and go to nursing school.
Only last year I took part in an attendance test in Austria but, guess what? Didn’t get in. About Christmas time I decided to take part in this test again.
One day in April I went to my boyfriend’s house and I saw “The Secret” laying on the table. I don’t know why I just thought: “The cover looks cool.” At that time I didn’t even know what the book was about. A couple of days later I went window shopping and saw “The Secret” in a bookstore and decided to buy it, not knowing what it was about… only because it looked pretty. I liked the cover. So I started reading it and it changed my life. I started to think positive and to attract things. I attracted parking spots and persons. It was funny. And then I started to imagine how I would get the results of my test. Every little detail. And I started talking and acting as if I already had what I wanted. Sometimes it crept into my head: “What if I don’t get in…” but I would stop and say to myself: “I will not let myself think these thoughts.”
One day a girl wrote me an email. She took part in this test last year and got in, and we just met up at the test last year. And she thought I was nice and asked me if I wanted to move in with her if I got in this year. And as time went by there were so many other signs. I “knew” I got in.
So yesterday I got my results. And guess what…? Everything was just like I had imagined it. I got in… finally.