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Universe, Eclipse, Life

How much do you trust in the universe?

In a couple of hours the world will witness the longest Annular Solar Eclipse of the 21st Century. This will be a historic event. It made me remember of an inspirational movie I had watched, The Secret. Some of us have read the book. It talks about the power of positive thinking to attain good health, wealth, love and happiness. The Law of attraction in the Universe.

What fascinates me is the concept of positive thinking and the ability to attract what you intend. The author’s explanation is that the universe responds to our thoughts. The Law of Attraction can be a very powerful tool in someone’s life and the key is to be as specific as possible. Act with intention and ask the universe. Think positive thoughts and let us do this in the once-in-a-century event and sync our minds. Throw away the negative talk and focus on the positive thoughts. Let this day go into our diaries and live to speak of it.

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the earth and Sun casting a shadow on the earth surface creating total or partial darkness. An annual solar eclipse however occurs when the moon is farther away from the earth and its shadow does not completely fall on the earth surface.

The latter will occur at 1048hrs IST from Central Africa covering Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Indian Ocean, India and Sri Lanka.

Let me know how your day will be and some of the decisions you’ll have marked come the Annular Solar Eclipse. Share below…


  1. Lonnie
    January 15, 2010 at 4:42 AM

    “The Secret” is largely new age mysticism, and is complete and utter BS. There is absolutely no proof for the idea that simply thinking about something makes it so. I wrote on this topic a while ago here:


    • egichomo
      January 16, 2010 at 8:03 PM

      That’s quite an article Lonnie, very well explained and true, someone cannot just sit and think. Gotta wort for something. Nothing comes easy to attain success. Great thing you opened me up on that, Asante.

  2. Chiira
    January 15, 2010 at 4:49 PM

    Saw nothing apart from clouds. Then guys started twitpic-ing pictures of clouds all in the name of the eclipse. Luckily genuine pictures surfaced and to me it did not look like soemthing i could have gone ga-ga-ga-ga over. I avoided negative talk by keeping quiet and being more observant.

    • egichomo
      January 16, 2010 at 7:57 PM

      I didn’t see anything neither. I receive mail from a photo group but they sent me mail of guys in Kisumu looking at the skies, wondered how that was supposed to help me… lol

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