Favorite Abraham Hicks Processes

These processes are summaries of those recommended in the book Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks. They continue to be both fun and life changing for me, so I hope that you will have a similar experience.

Although most of these processes can be done in your head, your degree of focus while writing makes them much more powerful and effective in changing your point of attraction.

Book of Positive Aspects

This process is recommended if your emotional state of mind is somewhere between joy and irritation. You may not be able to benefit from the Book of Positive Aspects process if you’re feeling lower feelings such as anger, insecurity, disappointment, or depression. If you’re not ready for this process, come back to it after meditating or doing a process that is recommended for your current emotional state.

How it works

  • Get a notebook and write “My Book of Positve Aspects” on the cover.
  • At the top of the first page, write someone or something that you always feel good about.
    Do NOT choose someone or something that you’re trying to change or improve. For example: I may choose tulips for the first page because they always make me feel good.
  • Ask yourself “ What do I like about this person, place, or thing?” Why do I love this so much?
  • Write everything that you can think of for as long as the thoughts flow easily
  • Repeat this on page 2 for a new person, place, or thing
  • Keep this process going , uninterrupted, for at least 20 minutes and do not leave a page incomplete

Placemat Process

This process is excellent if you’re feeling overwhelmed. I use it almost everyday and I highly recommend it unless you are feeling discouraged, worried, angry or depressed.

You’ll benefit most from the placemat process if your emotional state is somewhere between joy and boredom, irritation, frustration, or overwhelment. Try meditating or a different process if you are feeling too “low” for the Placemat Process.

How it works Spiritual Cinema Circle

  • Get a piece of paper and draw a line down the middle, creating two columns
  • At the top of the first column, write “Things I’ll Do Today”
  • At the top of the second column, write “Things I Intend to Be, Do, and Have”
  • In the first column, write only the things that you must do, really want to do, and really intend to do that day
  • In the second column, write anything that you’d like the Universe to take care of for you (i.e. a new house, a new job, clean the garage, organize the pantry)

Note: The 1st column should be significantly shorter than the 2nd column.

Allow this process to work by giving up your obsessing thinking about all of the many things on your to-do list. Relax into your state of knowing that Law of Attraction is working for you. If you will let go and allow it, the Universe will take care of all of your wants and needs. You’ll find that the right people show up, you seem to have more time, helpful resources appear, and everything just somehow get s done.

Wouldn’t It Be Nice If Process

Hay House, Inc. 120x600 Animated This process is excellent for improving your point of attraction. Although you may not be able to enjoy this process if your emotional state is one of depression, you’ll find it beneficial if you’re already feeling good or if you’re feeling discouraged, worried, or pessimistic.

The Wouldn’t It Be Nice If process is another one that I indulge in almost every day of my life. It is a great way of focusing on what can be instead of what is not yet manifested.

How it works

  • Get a piece of paper and write at the top “Wouldn’t It Be Nice If...”
  • Begin writing statements that start with “wouldn’t it be nice if”
  • Don’t try to use the statements to fix a certain situation, just let your mind be free to imagine like a child. Concentrate on how the statement makes you feel.

Here are some examples:

  • Wouldn’t it be nice if I had a really productive day at work
  • Wouldn’t it be nice if I meet a new friend who makes me laugh harder than I ever have before
  • Wouldn’t it be nice if my body starts running as perfectly as the engine on a brand new luxury vehicle
  • Wouldn’t it be nice if I fall madly in love with the perfect person for me and we adore each other for as long as we are here in these physical bodies
  • Wouldn’t it be nice if money grew on the tree outside my window and I could reach out anytime and pick off as much as I want

Which Thought Feels Better Process

This is a great process for dealing with anger. Wayne Dyer once said “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” The Which Thought Feels Better process helps you to change the way you look at things.

If your emotional state is one that is worse than anger (i.e. hatred, jealousy, or depression), you may not quite be able to benefit from this process.

How it works

  • When a subject is bothering you, write a brief statement of what you are thinking and feeling about it on a sheet of paper. Note: do not write what happened, just write how you’re feeling about it.
  • Write another 1 or 2 statements that amplify what you feel about this
  • Read what you wrote and notice how it feels
  • Now write, “I’m going to reach for some better thoughts about this”
  • Write thoughts about this situation and notice if each thought feels better or worse. Keep reaching for better-feeling thoughts and write them down
  • If you write down both the positive and negative thoughts as they come to you, you can circle the positive ones and cross out the others
  • In order to get these better thoughts programmed into my mind--making them habitual thoughts that replace the negative ones, I like to read over them often

Here’s an example:

  • Starter Statements:
    • She is deliberately trying to make my life difficult
    • She doesn’t even come close to doing her share of the work
    • She doesn’t care about me at all
  • Additional statements:
    • She never listens to me (feels worse)
    • I wish she was more responsible (feels
    • I should’ve taught her better (feels worse)
    • She should know better (feels worse)
    • It should be okay that I want a clean house (feels worse)
    • It’s alright that I want my house to be clean (feels better)
    • There is more to life than a clean house (feels better)
    • I know she has a lot on her mind (feels better)
    • I remember what it’s like to be a teenager (feels better)
    • It’s okay that she doesn’t care about this right now (feels better)
    • I remember when she was a sweet little girl (feels better)
    • I don’t know what to do about this (feels worse)
    • I don’t have to figure it all out today (feels better)
    • There are so many things about her that I adore (feels better)

I’m including a video of another great process called the Focus Wheel Process. It is an excellent way to change your point of attraction even if you’re in a very bad place emotionally. Enjoy the video.

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