Over the past two weeks my friend Mike M and I have been playing a word game. We pick a word every night that represents the vibration of the vortex to us, and make the conscious decision to use that word in our thoughts and conversations the next day. Over the past few days we have used words like “perfect”, “love”, “joyful”, “heavenly”, “beautiful”, etc., and woven them into our conversation.
Focusing on just one word for the day makes it easy to remember.
When you focus on that one word you activate the vibration of it. When you use words that carry a high, in the vortex sort of vibration, focusing on them raises your own vibration. As a result, you spend more time in the vortex. Just the whole process of keeping that one word front and centre in your day is up-lifting and energizing, because in order to use the word you have to look for and find a glimpse of it in whatever you are doing, where you are going and who you are spending time with. Make sense? Think about it. If my objective is to use the word “heavenly” in my conversation, I have to look around me and find circumstances and events that fit the word. When I do that, I must slip into a state of appreciation, and when I do that my vibration improves taking me up the emotional scale, and if I’m already at the top of the scale it helps me to create more momentum at that level so that I spend more of my time there – that’s what Abraham has been calling Step 4 and Step 5 recently.
I think this process is very similar to the alphabet meditation Abraham taught us a few years ago. I love that process too, and the words used in the alphabet meditation are exactly the sort of words that you would use for the LoA word of the day process. The video clips below will help inspire you to find the words that feel best to you from where you stand.
From my perspective, this game was more fun, more satisfying and more effective because of the co-creation with Mike. It has been fun to spot the word of the day in his conversation as well as to weave it into my conversation with him because I know he is picking up on it. If you have a friend you can play with and co-create try it – I promise you it will be fun.
Remember that you don’t have to take a process and use it for ever. Use it only for as long as it is fun, otherwise it will turn into a chore and anything that is a chore has a shade or two of resistance in it, which detracts from what you want to achieve. Just keep looking for other fun things to come along and they will.
Another process I want to share with youtoday comes from Valerie F. Valerie took to heart the process I talked about in my blog post earlier this year: Fire drill for your head. When I met her a few weeks ago she told me that she had started wearing a whistle around her neck, and every time her thoughts went to the “dump” she would blow the whistle. This would immediately distract her from her negative train of thought, make her laugh and give her the opportunity to choose her next thought consciously with an aim to going straight to the park.
A big thank you to both Mike and Valerie for their valuable contribution to my work.
Much love and appreciation,