So, I’ve been meaning to try the Secret out on some more serious stuff. I had manifested goals in hockey; I used to think I was just an average player, but now I think, Hey, I’m awesome, I’m gonna get a goal, and I do. Im also finding things that I’ve lost (seriously its freaky how they show up at the most opportune moments), but I wanted to try something bigger.
I’ve worn glasses off and on since I was thirteen, but only started wearing them permanently since last year. I had been meaning to try seeing without them for a while, but at the time it seemed easier to just say, “I’ll get to that later”. Well, I guess the universe stepped in. I was cleaning them while watching TV one night, and guess what? They broke. Yup, they were pretty wiggly from me always shoving my hockey helmet over them. So there I am, holding one arm of the glasses, the other hanging limply, and the lens pops out and rolls under the table.
I proceeded to hot glue them together, which, as you can imagine, didn’t turn out too well.
So, I figured, Hey I can see fine without these things anyway. Who needs em? I retained this attitude for several weeks, without success. I didn’t know what I was doing wrong. Then my mom set up an eye appointment, saying she was tired of me pretending that I could see. I took this as my ticket to change my life for the better. I visualized the optometrist standing flabbergasted as he examined my eyes and previous prescription, saying things along the lines of, “I don’t know how this is possible!” And, “You have twenty-twenty vision now, and your eyes are perfectly healthy! But how?” Then, for good measure, I pictured myself reading off one of those chart things eye doctors have. You know the ones, with the random letter sequences? I listed every one off perfectly, and the doctor just stared.
The next day I went to my eye appointment, and almost the exact same thing happened! It was insane! It was like I was living a déjà vu. I CAN see clearly now, and I do have twenty-twenty vision!
The icing on the cake was when the optometrist told my mom that my eyesight was perfect. She just gaped. Ha! It was great.
Thank you, Secret! Thank you to everyone who had anything to do with it reaching the public! You’re all brilliant.
Now, on to the next thing! (I’m almost finished a book that I’m writing. Look out for it, I’m gonna be famous you know)