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I love focus wheels. Over the years I have incorporated focus wheels into my journalling practice. I didn't have a handle on the technique for a very long time, but I always loved it when Abraham offered a focus wheel that ended in a rampage. It always lifted my vibration and made me feel better. With practice I have been perfecting the use of this technique as my sure shot way to soothe resistance and get into the vortex.
Pick a subject on which you want to see some movement forward towards your goal or desired objective. Then ask yourself the question.
So the thing to ask is: how am I feeling as I think about this thing that I want? Does it feel good when I look at it or does it feel bad? Sometimes people get confused and they can’t really tell if they are feeling good or bad in any moment. Usually this happens when they are thinking both positive and negative thoughts in close succession – the end result is confusion.
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See what I mean? When you keep oscillating between negative thoughts and positive thoughts you get stuck. All of us want positive results and therefore all of us consider ourselves as positive minded. However, most of us have a habitual pattern of thinking that keeps getting us stuck and we don’t even know it.
A positive minded person, is one who does not have the negative thoughts punctuating the positive ones. They just have a string of positive thoughts, and by the time they have processed around 12-15 positive thoughts on the subject without a break – they are off and running in the direction of their goal or the object of their desire. Eliminating negative thought patterns is not hard, but it isn’t easy either – like anything else it requires work and practice. The good news is that positive thought processes can be learned.
It starts with noticing where does your habit of thought usually takes you, and then making a deliberate effort to think positive thoughts. The focus wheel process is best done in writing. Abraham says that writing out your thoughts keeps you in the vibration of those thoughts for longer. Our objective of course is to stay in the vibration of positive thoughts, make our way up the emotional goal by soothing ourselves and therefore improving our feeling place on the subject of our attention or focus.
As you write down the first few thoughts, it takes more effort and deliberate choice of words. I’ve noticed that on most subjects by the time I’ve written four to five thoughts, I’m off and running in the positive direction and the thoughts start coming to me faster and more and more positive until it all cascades in a rampage of appreciation. If you can’t do it on your own, by all means ask for help. It’s the law of attraction – right? Your call for help will always be answered!
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