By the next morning, for some reason I had forgotten.
Then….. around 8:45, Robbie from the engineer division next door, came in and announced, “Folks, I baked chocolate chip cookies last night. Come by my office later and grab some. Happy Friday.”
Robbie had not only baked chocolate chip cookies, he had a ceramic jar containing 4 dozen soft, yummy cookies. I froze. How did I know?
That evening, I called my sister. “Guess what?” After I went through the unedited account of my experience, including the excel sheets, she gasped, “You’re a powerful being! You created that!” Honestly, I hadn’t realized it until that moment. Did I really manifest 4 dozen chocolate chip cookies? “Sure you did.” She chirped. And by golly, I did. I went into deep imaging of every detail of sight, taste, smell and feel – and what else would the Universe do but bring it into my world?
I thought about it for years, and wondered from time to time how I could manifest something more important in my life. Well, I had to remind myself that there was no attachment to actually having the cookies. I desired them, but I wouldn’t have been destroyed if I didn’t get them. Not only that, but Robbie, who worked in the next building, 30 feet away, had somehow felt the desire for chocolate chip cookies as well.
It would be years later when I understood principles of quantum physics and how I had created a neuron synapses for chocolate chip cookies in my brain. Until then, I had referred to it as my chocolate chip cookie manifestation theory.
This gives all of you readers something to chew on for a while.