A woman is sitting in front of her therapist. Georgia came to see him desperately seeking a relationship. After many sessions, the therapist asked her what space she had created for this new relationship to come into her life.
“Have you cleared out part of your wardrobe?” he asked.
“What for?” Georgia questioned.
“For the new man you’re calling in. Where will he put his belongings if there is no space for him?” the therapist enquired.
The question had never occurred to her. Georgia wanted the relationship, but she wasn’t creating any space, energetically or physically, to allow it to come in.
This is a simple example of a powerful creation tool. Where are you creating space for what you really want?
If you want more balance but keep taking on more work, you aren’t creating space.
If you long for a spiritual practice, but won’t set your morning alarm for ten minutes earlier to meditate and reflect, then you aren’t creating space.
If you want to deepen your romantic relationship, but you keep cancelling your weekly date night, then you aren’t creating space.
Think today about how you can create space for what you say you want most. Even in the busyness of your life, you have a beautiful opportunity to create space for yourself and what you truly desire.
Find some small moments to allow what you want to flourish in your life Start with the little things if you need to, then grow from there. Space is created with intention and action. What will you create space for?