For those of you who have seen “The Secret,” you undoubtably remember the part of the film where the man said he could attract good parking spots with the Law of Attraction. I know when I saw this video, I thought that this was completely ludicrous! However, with a willingness to try, I managed to find a method that works for me. Hopefully it will work for you as well!
Step one: Ask for the spot! Before you enter the parking lot, take a moment to ask the universe for a parking spot. Be specific on what kind of spot you are looking for and where it would be.
Step two: Take the effort to try. I used to not even bother looking for spaces up by the front of the store, or good spots on a busy street. Now, I ALWAYS drive up to the front. Obviously, you have to at least try to get a good spot, but this action lets the universe know that you expect to see one!
Step three: Don’t rush! If you are meant to have the spot, the universe will deliver it to you to line up perfectly with your timing. You shouldn’t race through the parking lot because there might be someone sitting in your spot poised to leave right as you arrive. I can’t tell you how many parking spaces have “just” opened up for me as I pull in. Go your usual pace.
Step four: Find your space and park. If it is the one you wanted, give the universe a high-five and say thanks! If it was CLOSE, be thankful that you almost got it. And if you were nowhere near it, brush it off and try again next time.
Step five: Repeat steps 1-4 every single time you park. You will start to see that with repetition of positive expectation and action you start to get the best spots in the lot almost every single time.
So there you have it, these are my five steps to attracting good parking spaces. I hope you have as much success with them as I have! Have you had success with any other methods?
I began my journey with the LOA as an opiate addict and a bulimic. Through learning how to consciously apply the LOA my life has become a waking dream-healthy, fulfilling and prosperous. It is my joy to pass this knowledge along to you.