I say the story is about a loved one, I say the story is about a person aged 18, I say the story is about me.
Everything around me changed the moment I understood The Secret. Now when I wake up, no tension about college, about studies, about my family grips me, but some soft voice whispers into my ear, “Anu, move ahead, a beautiful day, full of joyous moments is waiting for you ahead.
In my senior school days, every day used to start with bad grades, a knee bruise (as I used to unbalance my bicycle), a feeling of being left out without friends, back home to be scolded for not being helpful in household chores, studying for hours but still not getting good grades, and many a times inferiority complexes from others in some or the other form. My life had turned to be a mess with this everyday stuff. But this lasted until I accidentally stumbled on “The Secret”.
This book taught me that I brought these things into my life and its only me who can get rid of all this. From then onwards I started visualising my day a night before. My visualisation had no space for the things I refrained myself from, it had all the good things I wanted to have.
Life has changed around me. Now I am studying at a place I wanted to be in, now I have so many friends who never leave me alone, my parents now understand me, and I am gifted with good grades. I now love myself more than I ever did, and no problem is big for me.
So indeed, The Secret has added joys to my life. “Thanks universe, thanks for everything.”