Getting Your Parking Space…
The little example David uses in The Secret I started using a long time ago, before I even knew about The Secret movie and this concept.
I believe I read the idea elsewhere, but just remember taking it and trying it out. Whenever I go out to a game, concert, nightclub, etc., a place where typically one has to pay to park in a lot nearby, I envision a spot somewhere on the street (legally) near the location; often times when I frequent a particular location, I’ll envision the exact spot I want.
3 things happen just about EVERY single time:
a) I pull up to the spot and park..it’s open.
b) The spot is taken, but a couple of minutes driving around, and it does open up.
c) Another spot opens up in that general area; sometimes closer, sometimes just a bit further out.
On the flipside, if I hesitate at a spot and don’t take it, well, someone else does when I come back to it…kind of nice how that works. This also tends to work only if I’m driving…if in a friend’s car, no go.
I can count on one hand the # of times over the years I’ve paid to park.