Just Let It Go And Believe!
First off, I’m so grateful to God, the Universe, my Higher Self, and of course, Rhonda Byrne and The Secret team for sharing this knowledge with us all.
I had a little luck manifesting a few things but was still having some problems, honestly. I read a few stories on The Secret website about letting go, which is something I have trouble with, along with the practice of asking, believing, and receiving.
The other night, I managed to misplace my car keys. I knew they either had to be in my house, my car or had to have fallen in my driveway. I was alarmed but not terribly worried at first as I have a spare set that I used to get to work. But, of course, I thought about it all day while I was working and tore my house apart when I got home, to no avail. At that point, I was starting to really worry. And, of course, on top of that, I was rather emotional and sad due to some other circumstances in my life. I knew the sadness was only bringing more sadness and negativity. I had already had experiences in life like that. I knew I needed to change things to get back to a positive vibration and fast.
So, after going out for the night, and subsequently unsuccessfully going through my car to try and find my missing keys, I decided to search my basement again. No luck. I was starting to panic. I tried to retrace my steps and I looked everywhere I could think of, in coat pockets, through the laundry, even the trash. I was freaking out. Worrying, I sat down on my couch and thought about one of the part of The Power where it was recommended to “visualize what you want, to feel as if you already have it, and act as if you do,” more or less. Okay. I had read some Secret Stories using this method and those stories had always uplifted me and put me in a great mood.
So, I thought about how happy I was to have found them. I literally felt how they felt in my hand, the smoothness of the plastic, the heavy weight of the veneer clip they’re attached to. I heard the noise that it makes when I push that tiny button to make the key pop out. I visualized myself telling my mom and my sister that I had found them. I smiled as I began to look through the basement again. “I’ve already found my keys,” I said with a smile. And then, I tried to just let it go. Oddly, I felt at peace. Happy, even.
I made my way through my small basement and into my laundry room. “I’m so happy and grateful since I found my keys,” I whispered again. My eyes were drawn to a little wicker basket sitting on my dryer and I began to rip apart the contents of that basket.
I bet you can guess what I found! Elated, and grinning wider than I have in a long while, I raced back upstairs to tell my mom the whole story, keys in hand, thanking God and the Universe over and over as I did.
And those weren’t the only things I found, either. A missing card with sentimental value and my house keys also appeared when I tried this again just minutes later.
Letting go, asking, believing and receiving isn’t easy for a beginner, a novice student of the LOA. Maybe that’s why it’s easier to start with small, concrete, blatantly specific things before moving on to bigger things like jobs and relationships. But this has shown me. Finding my keys was my sign.
Thank you, God. Thank you, Universe. As always, the timing is perfect. You have my trust, my faith, my belief, and I no longer have any doubts. I can’t wait to see what happens next.