This week has stretched my mental capacity to a new level. Our assignment is to compose a Press Release written in interview form in the past tense, but it is actually in the future. What??? It isn’t the most difficult concept to grasp, but I have honestly never had such a difficult time writing something as I have with this assignment. Considering all the laws that we learned this week regarding forgiveness, dual thought, substitution, relaxation, practice, subconscious, and growth I so excited to be writing a piece that will literally put my subconscious into overdrive to manifest my dreams and life purpose into reality. My goodness, I am so thankful that I have the privilege of learning these powerful tools while I am still young enough to fully enjoy the rest of my life.
I want to highlight a really cool example of attracting favor that happened this week. It was my husbands birthday and he requested that we go out to a seafood restaurant to celebrate. In past years, I would have called ahead to make a reservation, make sure they knew it was a special occasion, and request a nice table. Typically, I would wind up disappointed that my expectations were not met. This year, I just let go of all of that and trusted that everything would work out. It was a Saturday night. I called as we were driving there just to put our name in and let them know we would be there in about 30 minutes. When we arrived, the place was packed, including the entry seating of those waiting for their table. I thought for sure it would be least 30 minutes before we were seated and we already had a hungry two-year old on our hands. Then the magic happened. I walked up to the hostess, greeted her with a smile while thinking positive thoughts for her of course, according to the Law of Giving and Receiving, and gave her my name. It wasn’t 15 seconds, when she said, “You know what, we’re just going to seat you now, ” to which I replied, “Really! That’s awesome! Thank you!!! It’s my husband’s birthday and I didn’t even tell you that!” Then, we were escorted to a huge corner booth. Of course, we had the most pleasant server as well. I felt like we were royalty! Our meals were delivered, and when the waitress came back, she asked if everything was ok, since I had barely touched my dinner. My dish was lobster linguine, but it was mostly a big pile of pasta with a few pieces of lobster sprinkled on top for $24! Truthfully, I was just so full of appetizers, bread, and salad I could hardly eat another bite, especially of pasta. I politely mentioned that the dish seemed a little disproportionate. With no hesitation, she rushed to the kitchen and returned with a whole container of extra lobster! It turned out to be a lovely evening. I am looking forward to more positive encounters like this! Thank you MKMMA! The future is looking very bright!