The Best Has Happened!
My story begins exactly one year ago, after I completed my 6 year graduation course. With a MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine,
Bachelor of Surgery) degree in hand, I returned home to my proud parents. The next thing on my list was getting into a speciality of my choice in a reputed college. In India, every year a whooping 1.3 lakh aspirants compete for only 5-6 thousand speciality degree seats. The competition is tough, more than enough to wear one out and keep them on their toes for the entire preparation year. It was important for me to get in because I was taking a year long break for my studies and my family needed me to back them up financially.
I started with uncertainty and grades so depressing that I was convinced at times of not making it. The year went on rapidly. I genuinely tried to give it my best. I studied for all hours except for the few when I slept. Things were improving but not to the extent that was necessary for me to get on the merit list.
I had used the law of attraction a few years ago during my graduation course to get an amazing grade. It had worked perfectly and I had got the exact score that I had been visualizing every day. And, I had posted a story about the same later. I knew it was time to do something to get my thoughts on the frequency of achieving my goals because everything else, the hardworking and dedication, I had already put in.
I made it a point to wake up really early in the morning and spend the first 30 minutes of my day to bring my mind into a motivated and success grabbing mode. I wrote in my diary about the day’s goals, expected grades and my exam day. I wrote to myself as if the exam was over and narrated to myself everything about those 3 crucial hours. I expressed my happiness every day about the amazing rank that I had achieved. I thanked about everything that was right and how blessed my life has been. And I did this for months. It helped me kick start the day with great energy and needless to say, my scores slowly became favourable.
The days towards the end were particularly stressed because of some personal issues to be sorted and health issues to be looked after. But my morning ritual continued to keep me going.
On the day of my final exam, which was going to be the deciding day for the rest of my life, I was surprisingly calm. I wrote to myself before the exam that I’m satisfied with my year long effort. I found out later that I had solved exactly the same number of questions as I had written in my diary the previous day.
The results were declared a few weeks later and I got a percentile of 99.28 and a rank which has opened doors for all specialities and reputed colleges for me. I am extremely humbled and more than grateful. It has worked for me once again. And this time, it has brought in with it some divine positivity, which I had been looking for for so long. Some long standing issues in my personal life have started getting better and that’s something I’m eternally grateful for.
I keep my books, The Secret, The Magic and The Power in the front row of the bookshelf, always just a hand away. Thank you Rhonda and team, you have indeed given a ray of hope to many and improved so many lives that well wishes shall keep being showering on you for many, many years to come.
May the joy be with you,