22 January, 2011

How To Get A Car Parking Space Using Coincidences

Car Park signAs you will have gathered from this blog I'm interested in coincidence and synchronicity! I'm also interested to see if it's possible to make such things occur consciously. Some coincidences don't appear have any apparent value - though many do, especially after writing them down or dwelling on them for a while.

One easy(ish) way to test out coincidences is with car parking! It's something I've done for ages.

I don't like going in official car parks (object to having to pay!) so I try to find space in side roads that are convenient to wherever I want to visit. Before I set out I 'request' that a perfect parking space will be made available for me.

Yes, it does sound a bit nutty but the strange thing is that a parking space is usually made available to me. Another car may leave at the very moment I arrive or everywhere will be stacked with cars except for one space perfect for my car.

It happens over and over again.

Arundel CastleA good example was when my wife and I visited Arundel on a sunny day when there was a street music festival taking place (that's Arundel castle on the right). The only place to park was in the official car parks as everywhere else had been made no parking areas.

We arrived after events had started and the car parks were jam packed full. People were driving round and then leaving the car park. I did a circuit once and then, instead of leaving, 'asked' for a space.

I was following another car and he suddenly stopped and waved me on - he wanted to let his wife get out of the car - I overtook him and immediately another car drove away from a parking space and I was able to drive in and park. Plus it was right near the center of all of the attractions - perfect.

I know this all sounds far fetched but give it a try for yourself.

When I say 'ask' for a parking space I mean to request one from whatever/whoever you feel comfortable with: the universe, your inner self or subconscious, the cosmic, God, an angel or saint, infinite spirit or virtually anything. As I see it the important thing is to actually ask. It can all happen inside your head or you can make the request aloud. This seems to make no difference.

Try it. It's a bit like the Bible says: "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find ..."

Further reading:
The Universe Gives Me A Visualisation Lesson
The Secret Of Visualisation
Visualisation Brings A New Carpet By Coincidence

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5 comments:

  1. Yep. It works.
    We've taken it to the next level by asking for the best place and lifestyle for our daughter and grandsons to live. Schools, neighborhood, and career opportunities were all stirred into the intent. Location wasn't an issue but the feeling of happiness and satisfaction at living the lifestyle of their desire.

    They move in one week from today. I'm overwhelmed at how the stunning opportunities appeared and everything is falling into place even better than imagined.

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  2. i remember you saying this before somewhere and i try to remember to do it when i need to park. doesnt always work for me but very often does

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  3. It definitely works! Rob is especially good at this. We'll pull into a jammed parking lot, not a spot in sight, and suddenly - a car pulls out and we pull in. You're absolutely right about creating a sychro!

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  4. This is one of the bones of contention between my inner skeptic & my inner mystic. Parking places, green lights, jobs out of the blue ... I've got more serendipitous anecdotes than Carter's had Little Liver Pills. I've read, though, that we tend to remember the times it works and totally forget all the times it doesn't, so I have my doubts despite all my personal experiences that suggest it does work.

    Two of my friends have sayings that they use when wanting a parking place that I think are neat.

    1) "Great Asphaltus, full of grace, help us find a parking place."

    2) "Somebody has to park up front, it might as well be me."

    And for getting green lights, they both sing, to the tune of "Blue Skies":

    "Green Lights waiting for me. Nothing but Green Lights, do I see!"

    I enjoyed reading your post, and I especially liked the photo of the castle.

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  5. Parking Space a big problems in developed city great article to post here very useful and informative website. The points you make in this content are very clear, interesting and informative. thanks.

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