Relationships and How You Park Your Car

Are you looking for a romantic relationship? A serious one as in “I want my significant other to move in with me” relationship?

If you nodded your head “Yes,” then I have a simple question for you:

in your 2-car garage, where do you park your car?

Catch my drift yet? No? Then move on to the next question.

In your full, queen or king size bed, where do you sleep? 

Is your every dresser drawer and closet packed to the limit, or bursting at the seams?

What message do you want to send to the Universe to attract someone into your life?

You want the Universe to see you are serious about your request, yes? Then show it by allowing room for this new person to enter your home and move in with his or her belongings.

Remember the old Bible story when the Jews in the desert prayed for rain and nothing happened” So they asked God, “Where is the rain? The response was, “Where are the ditches?”

When you make a request show that you are READY to receive that request. 

Now then, where will you park your car? On one side of the garage not in the middle.

Where will you sleep in your bed? On one side of the bed, not in the middle.

Will you empty some drawers and make closet space so the new person can move in with his or her clothing and belongings?

Just how much do you want that person in your life on a more than casual basis?

You decide THEN take the appropriate action.

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11 Responses to Relationships and How You Park Your Car

  1. Amethyst says:

    Hey now – That’s the rest of what I posted about the other day, haha! 🙂

    LOVE your blog! I can’t wait to see what you come up with every day.

    • Ali says:

      Where do you think I got the reminder. I wrote about that years ago and forgot until I read and responded to your post. I enjoy your blog too-so original. I like creative peoplr who make me think and inspire me. hanks for leaving a comment, Amethyst.
      I am sure you know what your name means, well at least the power of the stone, yes?

  2. Nancy Rose says:

    How true. You need to act as if it’s happening already. I guess I just need to empty out my drawers, although I have plenty of room in the closet.

    • Ali says:

      Good for you, Nancy. With my business in my house one bedroom is filled with my healing equipment and books, etc–that is the healing room where I wqork with in-person clients. The next is filled with my business–my home office. That lezves my bedroom. Hmm. My thinking is I want to attract a guy whose house is nicer and some place different from mine which is convenient to town and everything but not where I want to stay forever) so I not leaving space for him to move in here.
      I hope I am doing this “right.” Sure, I talk with the Universe and to him too–I know, kinda, who he is–not the actual person but who I want to attract. And I am not yet the person I want to be which means I am not ready to attract him since we attract who we are.Well that is my story and I am sticking to it.
      So, I know he is looking for me to and, at the risk of losing a reader or two–he communicates with me The other day he gave me some fantastic ideas to focus my energy on that had nothing to do with work. What a concept!

  3. Hmmm.. Having been in that position before- maybe they should bring their own dresser! I’ve had mine filled for decades…
    Seriously, though, these are great thoughts to ponder…Thanks for some ideas.

    • ajb says:

      Thanks for your comment. I know what you mean, Roy. 🙂 about bring their own dresser. My thinking (having just moved to a smaller house so I would want to get rid of stuff I no longer use or need) is clean out the old to allow in the new–new relationship, new stuff or less stuff as life gets simpler as we get older and feel less desire for material things. Hmm. Maybe I feel that way. Don’t really know about everybody, huh?

  4. vimax says:

    What I wouldnt give to have a debate with you about this. You just say so many things that arrive from nowhere that Im fairly certain Id have a fair shot. Your blog is wonderful visually, I mean people wont be bored. But others who can see past the videos and the layout wont be so impressed together with your generic understanding of this subject.

    • Ali Bierman says:

      Interesting that you have no idea where this info comes from. Of the 200,000+ viewers of the videos, articles and posts you are the first to interpret the info that way. I do appreciate that you have different views. Do you have some particular question?

    • Peni Beattie says:

      No need to be sharp – it is just an commonsense observation, and part of a dialogue.

  5. Kraig Rudney says:

    It’s appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I have read this post and if I could I desire to suggest you some interesting things or tips. Maybe you can write next articles referring to this article. I wish to read more things about it!

    • Ali Bierman says:

      Hmm, thanks for the suggestion, Kraig. that is good ideal. Let me think on it. Come back often to catch any follow-ups. I write every day.

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