The apartment where I lived for almost 9 years had become an undesirable place to live. Besides uncouth neighbors, the new management was just so unprofessional. I desired a new home, a brand new highrise right in the same neighborhood, one of my favorites in the city. There was only one high rise but it wasn’t brand new and there was no space for ‘new construction’ around here. I just let it go as I was not employed at the time and it would be costly to move.
One of my favorite things to do is taking long walks, especially in the later evenings which I would do religiously almost daily. I had several routes that I enjoyed but at times would grow bored of them and seek a different one. This particular ‘different route’ was nice except for the major cross road that I had to cross and the annoying construction on part of my walk. The noisy cranes broken up sidewalks, dust in the air all interfered with my flow, my zen. I rarely would take this route.
I kept up my walks and was just generally happy until after some time, I took my ‘different walking route’ again and thank goodness the construction was over. I felt inspired to walk by the completed building and peep inside. It was luxurious and it was not an office building but a HIGH -RISE condominium! I was a bit surprised that they built a residential building next to office buildings. I took down the number, not sure why and continued on my walk.
I was once again disappointed with my residential manager about two weeks a later; I remembered the number of the highrise and called them. It seemed far fetched because I could tell from the property that it would cost more and they would want a deposit as well, but I did it anyway. I Spoke to David who asked that I come by today for a credit on my first month. I was hesitant but went anyway. I had 40 minutes before closing. He showed me around and after speaking, I learned that we had attended the same university at one time. He asked that I apply online with my deposit.
To make a long story short, I applied and paid less deposit than my old apartment, the first month’s rent was waived. The credit amount was greater than the original agreement. My friends helped me move free of charge, and I got the unit that I wanted.
Yes, the impossible is possible. I stood in my new place in awe as I remembered asking for a brand new highrise in this neighborhood; It didn’t exist, or so I thought! The universe was building it right before my eyes and I was complaining about the annoying construction!!
It’s been 3 years now and I’m moving to another dream home knowing that I can be do or have anything. The universe built a home just for me. Imagine!
Just decide on what you want, the relationship, health, job, etc. and let the universe deliver it to you. If you don’t see it yet, that is merely because it’s just under construction.