If you’re an Abraham Hicks fan, you already know the importance of raising your energy and focusing on your desires.
But, it’s one thing to know that you should keep your focus on what you want, but actually doing so is another challenge entirely.
In this post, I’ll outline a few great Abraham Hicks focus techniques, along with one of my new favorite videos explaining how to use them.
How To Focus On What You Want
The key to manifesting anything in life begins and ends with your focus.
Unfortunately, as we go through our normal lives, we inevitably come up against circumstances we don’t like. So, how do you stay positive and focused?
Abraham tells us to just keep focusing on things you like. Focus on things that feel good, and everything else will take care of itself.
This is because what you focus on grows.
As humans, we have a tendency to think that we have to sort out the good and the bad, analyze what’s going wrong and come up with a solution for it, but the reality is that any time we’re focused on what we don’t want, we bring more of it into our experience, thanks to The Law of Attraction.
So, anytime you feel yourself moving towards anything negative, shift your focus. Start thinking about things you like, what you really appreciate about the situation, and how you really want to feel. If you know how to do a rampage of appreciation, then you can begin slowly, and gradually massage your thoughts into a better feeling place.
To ramp up the energy even more, practice writing down your positive statements. Speaking and writing is far more powerful than just thinking, and will shift your mood and your energy much more quickly. One great exercise for this is to create a focus wheel.
How To Make a Focus Wheel
A focus wheel is one of the processes from Ask and It Is Given, in which Abraham explains that you can align your energy and enter into a better-feeling state, simply by writing down a list of phrases that feel good.
To make a focus wheel, simply draw two concentric circles onto a piece of paper, and mark each with 12 points, as if you were moving around a clock. Begin with the outer circle, and for each of the 12 marks, write a general, good-feeling thought.
After you have written 12 general thoughts, you should have stopped a lot of the negative momentum that you may have had going. Now that you are in a better-feeling place, you can begin to build positive momentum towards what you want. So, begin to work your away around the inner circle, writing more specific, positive phrases as you go.
By the time you finish, you should have 12 general phrases and 12 specific phrases, each one more positive and aligned then the last!
You can learn more about how to work with general and specific thoughts in our workshop on Getting Into The Vortex.
Video: Choose The Parts You Like and Leave Out The Rest
Want to learn more? Try these Simple Secrets for Effortless Manifestation.