posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 11:16 PM
My experience took place over the course of years. I didn't really put any sort of name to what happened, but I guess the "Law of Attraction" might
be a suitable label.
I'm not sure exactly when it happened, but at some point around the time I was 17 or 18 years old I had this thought come to me. I guess it could be
considered more of a plan for part of my life than a simple thought. The plan was this: between that point in time to around the time I turned 30 I
would pay off my loans, avoid credit of any kind unless absolutely necessary, not only stay out of debt but work hard to build up savings so that I
could be secure and live in a way that was comfortable and satisfying to me, and finally get married when I was about 30. There were some other minor
details in this plan, but those are the main points.
I didn't dwell on the plan all that often. But it would come back to mind from time to time and I'd realize how right it felt to me. Also along the
way, when I'd fulfill one of the goals, for lack of a better term, I'd basically smile when I realized that my plan was falling into place. I
realize that the things I was aiming to achieve weren't anything out of the ordinary or unusual, but for me they were very relevant and seemed like
the right things to do.
Well, when I finally hit 30 years old, everything that had been laid out in my plan had come to pass. I was debt free, had never touched a credit
card, took on only two loans which were for vehicles and I quickly paid them off, and I was in a position financially where I felt very comfortable
and prepared for anything unexpected. Lastly, I was married. The marriage thing was particularly surprising because I'd often struggled with the
thought that I might be single for my entire life. Being alone for nearly 30 years can do that to a person.
Looking back now, several years later, I'm still surprised and shocked at just how accurately it all fell into place. Was it the Law of Attraction at
work? Perhaps. However I am certain that thinking occasionally about that portion of my life, and how I wanted things to work out, must have had some
sort of influence on my course of my life during that time.