Stolen Bike Miracle
This story is a good example of something unlikely that was made real by using the theory of attraction.
Me and my wife had just met 8 years ago and had purchased each other mountain bicycles. We have loved riding together on those bicycles all these years, to many places. They soon became a symbol of our relationship. Sadly, last spring, as I was going in the house to have dinner and come out to go ride with her for the first time of the year, in the 15 minutes we were having dinner her bicycle was stolen right off our second floor balcony in front of our very front door. We were of course devastated and started searching madly for it everywhere.
For the next 2 days we spent every moment we had searching for it, and putting signs up offering rewards. But nothing. Then we decided to just give up the search. We then began using the Secret, feeling like we had already found it again and how happy we felt that we have it, picturing riding the bicycles together.
Here comes the interesting part of the story. This will depict how much the theory of attraction will model a series of event to have you achieve your goal.
The day after my wife comes home from work, and she unfortunately had a flat tire on the car, so we blew the tire the best we could and drove it to the place we usually have the car serviced. Once there they told us that a strange occurrence happened, and that they could not possibly do the job, which was unheard of at that particular garage. So we drove off to a place 10 kilometers away, and they said it would take 2 hours to fix.
During this time we went to the mall next door and bought a fun game and played it together, and were grateful for the time and fun we were having.
Then it was dark, and the tire was ready, so we stand in line to get our keys back. But a person stands there and keeps the clerk busy talking to him about personal affairs for 25 minutes! Finally we got our keys, we got in the car, and try to make the green light at the intersection – but we just miss it. While we waited at the red light there’s a guy riding her bicycle crossing the road right in front of us. We followed him and took it back without any problem – he just let us have it back.
So this is what had to occur for this to happen:
1. Get a flat tire that night
2. The garage not be able to service the car
3. Happen to find that particular tire dealership
4. The procedure happened to take 2 hours
5. The person in front of us stopping us getting our keys for 25 minutes
6. Us missing the green light and happening to be the first in line at the intersection
All theses factors were highly unlikely, but got us the bicycle back.