This post is Part III in a three part series outlining the 22 Abraham Hicks Processes from Ask and It Is Given.
In this final post, we’ll take a detailed look at the last 8 exercises of the book, which target both emotional and financial well-being.
If you’re not familiar with the theory underpinning these exercises, you might want to read more about how to incorporate these easy Abraham processes to get into the receiving mode first.
15. The Wallet Process.
The Wallet Process is a very simple but effective way to increase your comfort level with money. For many people, a scarcity mindset indicates that you do not feel very flowing with your finances, and you may often feel cash-strapped.
For this process, all you have to do is take some cash out of the bank and put it in your wallet. Ideally, you’d place a few hundred dollars in your wallet. Then, as you go about your day and see things that are of interest to you, simply acknowledge to yourself that you could buy the item if you really wanted it. You have the money with you, it is available.
Note that this process does not recommend you go on a spending spree, but rather that you get into the habit of thinking about how possible it is for you to buy things that you really want.
16. The Process of Pivoting
The process of pivoting is best used when you are in a slightly negative state, but before that emotion has spiraled into an intense anger or depression.
Pivoting is the process of shifting your attention from what you don’t want, to things you’d prefer. It is an important process because it requires you to notice when your energy begins to lower because you’re thinking negative thoughts, and then choose to focus deliberately on a positive aspect, or better-feeling thought.
17. The Focus Wheel Process
The Focus Wheel Process is an exercise for helping you to sort out negative thoughts on a subject and instead shift your attention to positive desires.
To do this exercise, draw two concentric circles on a piece of paper. You are going to be writing 12 phrases around each circle, like the positions of numbers on a clock.
When you think a thought that feels good, write it at the top of your focus wheel. If you think a thought that doesn’t feel good, do not write it down, and reach for another good-feeling thought. As you work your way around the outer circle, the thoughts will be more general, as you are just beginning to pull yourself into a positive vibration on that subject, and general thoughts are the best way to do this.
When you finish 12 phrases around the outer circle, move to the inner circle. Repeat the same process, working with slightly more specific thoughts. The more specific thought you have, the faster the momentum, so if you can write 12 specific thoughts that you believe and that truly feel good, you will have aligned your energy much closer to your desire.
18. Finding The Feeling Place
The Feeling-Place refers to your focus on the emotions that underpin any desire. To do this process, first identify what it is that you want but are feeling stressed or scarcity about. Then, ask yourself why you want that desire. The answer is always an emotion: what emotion does that desire represent to you?
If you can identify the underlying emotion, you can begin to transform your desire from wanting a specific object, to wanting to feel how the object represents. This is an easier state to attain, because you can attain it instantly. Then, shift your focus to that energy, rather than the perceived absence of your desire.
19. Releasing Resistance to Become Free of Debt
This exercise is perfect for any time you feel overwhelmed by large expenses or debt you have to pay off.
To do the process, create a spreadsheet with one column for each payment you need to make, with your largest monthly payment on the left, and your lowest monthly payment on the right.
Then, each month, as you are paying your bills, begin to double the size of the smallest payment. Then adjust your balances and minimum payments accordingly. This may seem silly, but it shifts your energy, because now you can think: “Every month I pay all my bills, and on some of my bills, I pay twice what I owe.”
This shift puts you more into the feeling of financial control. Even if the amount starts out to be small, Soon you will find more money flowing to you, so it is easier to pay off larger and larger chunks of your debt.
20. Turning It Over To The Manager
This is a powerful process for learning to become an effective, conscious creator of your life.
To do this exercise, imagine you were a CEO running a large company, and you had many employees, with a very good manager who could handle anything you asked. Every time you have an idea of something you want to do, delegate it to the manager. Don’t feel responsibility for it yourself, but pass that responsibility on, and let The Law of Attraction take care of the details, just as a manager in a company would.
21. Reclaiming One’s Natural State of Health
For this process, take a few minutes to spend by yourself, and write the following:
—It is natural for my body to be well.
—Even if I don’t know what to do in order to get better, my body does.
—I have trillions of cells with individual Consciousness, and they know
how to achieve their individual balance.
—When this condition began, I didn’t know what I know now.
—If I had known then what I know now, this condition couldn’t have
—I don’t need to understand the cause of this illness.
—I don’t need to explain how it is that I’m experiencing this illness.
—I have only to gently, eventually, release this illness.
—It doesn’t matter that it got started, because it’s reversing its course right
—It’s natural that it would take some time for my body to begin to align to
my improved thoughts of Well-Being.
—There’s no hurry about any of this.
—My body knows what to do.
—Well-Being is natural to me.
—My Inner Being is intricately aware of my physical body.
—My cells are asking for what they need in order to thrive, and Source
Energy is answering those requests.
—I’m in very good hands.
—I will relax now, to allow communication between my body and my
—My only work is to relax and breathe.
—I can do that.
—I can do that easily.
As you write this list, allow your body to support you. Feel relaxed and calm, and feel into the truth of each statement as you write.
22. Moving Up The Emotional Scale
The Emotional Scale is your key to gaining control of any mood, no matter how negative it may appear. What you want to do is to recognize that every emotion has its place on a broad emotional spectrum: you can always feel slightly better or slightly worse.
Even if you are severely depressed, you can still make the effort to feel a little bit better. You won’t be able to jump from depression to joy, but you can begin to ease the depression, and move gradually to a more neutral place.
For this exercise, take the time to list your emotions in order of severity, from worst to best. Then, whenever you feel a negative emotion, remind yourself of what the next emotion on the scale is, and focus on feeling that energy. Perhaps you move from anger to frustration, and the from feeling frustrated to feeling overwhelmed, and then to feeling hopeful. It is a process of gradually massaging your feelings into a better place.
I hope you’ve found these processes effective, if you want to learn more, I recommend you read the following: