“Ask and it will be given to you.” This was a philosophy that followed me throughout my entire life.
We were always told to “be careful of what we asked for” growing up, because somehow they would come true-good or bad. However, as a child I could not see the truth in these words. There was no need to objectively consider life during those subjective, adolescent moments. College changed my entire mindset. I had a college roommate, at the time, who was studying new age philosophies and practices that were taboo to me. Since I wasn’t rooted in a particular spiritual lifestyle, I willingly became a student.
Before I knew it, I was using the Law of Attraction and karma daily. I realized that everything I ever wanted, or did not want, always started with a simple thought or action. Every action had a reaction. Positive creative positive and vice versa.
Every single want in our life is strategically put into place at the right time. As stated in pervious blogs, law of attraction dictated my love life, career, home and much more. Many would question my dependence on this philosophy; however, I depend on my dreams and desires to get through life. The Law of Attraction validated my dreams and recognized my desires, which in turn made me a believer of my own ability. If I wanted a particular event to occur in my life it usually did, even when it did not directly benefit me.
Keeping the law in mind motivated me through every interview. With every rejection, I knew that the right one was near. So, when I received my offer letters in February, I did not question them. For the first time in seven months, I felt that I could finally relax and get back to enjoying life again.
My days are no longer spent staked out on my mom’s couch desperately working to meet my “20 applications a day” quota. Life is back to normal, which means I’m working like crazy, living in my downtown apartment and back on track financially.
Although my life is far from perfect (mostly because my break from corporate America destroyed my savings, lowered my credit and increased my debit), the lessons I learned along the way keeps me motivated in my daily pursuits.
After wrapping an intense work week, I figured that I should write once more. I figured I could put my “Beyoncé work ethic” to good use and get back to juggling my blog along with my other jobs (there are many).
So, stay tune for more.