If you’ve been studying the Law of Attraction for any length of time, chances are you’ve come across Abraham Hicks and the key processes you can use every day in order to put yourself into a better mood and start attracting the things you want.
Here are a few tips to help you get started working with the Abraham Hicks processes, and move yourself into a better state of attraction in just a few minutes.
The Best Abraham Hicks Process To Improve Your Attraction
Start By Stepping Back
First off, the most important thing to remember about any of these processes is that they are always going to have a different impact on your according to your current state of being. If you’re in a really depressed or frustrated position, for example, chances are you won’t be able to get going with a strong rampage of appreciation.
When you’re starting off in a negative state, the best thing you can do is simply to step back from the situation at hand.
Most people have the bad habit of talking about whatever problem is bothering them. When they get upset, they call a friend and pour their frustrations and grievances out to them. This is absolutely the worst thing you could do, since it only continues the downward spiral you’re already in, and attracts more negative thoughts to you.
Instead, try taking a few moments to step back. This might mean taking a break to meditate or take a quick nap, or it might mean completely distracting yourself with something else. Go watch an episode of your favorite sitcom, go for a run, put on some music, or even just pick up a good book.
The point here is to interrupt your chain of negativity by distracting yourself. It’s ok to completely ignore the situation that caused the negative spiral (not having enough money, or going through a breakup, for example), in order to change the energy you’re emitting.
The Power of a Focus Wheel
Once you’ve given yourself a little distance from the thing that was bothering you, you can start to work on finding gratitude and appreciating some other things around you.
The key to implementing a successful Abraham Hicks focus wheel is to start general.
Most often, you’re still not in a position to think positively about the cause of your negative problem, but chances are you can find something else to appreciate.
Start as general as you need to in order to find something you can feel positive about. Sometimes it helps to focus on your breath, a bird that’s outside the window, or the warm cup of tea or coffee in your hand.
Whichever subject you choose, start by thinking about why you are grateful for it, and what you like about it. Gradually shift this into a different subject, and a different subject, and you’ll quickly find yourself starting to build some positive momentum.
How To Create Your Own Best Abraham Hicks Rampage of Appreciation
If you’ve done the earlier steps, you’re likely now in a position to start a true rampage of appreciation.
We’ve actually already begun to build momentum towards this step, whether you realized it or not.
With the focus wheel, we started out general and started finding things to appreciate in our current environment. The next step is simply to build this momentum into a full rampage of appreciation.
Again, it doesn’t matter which subject you start out with, and it’s often best to choose something different than what you’re stressed, frustrated, or depressed about. Speaking out loud now, start to list more and more positive things.
It helps if you stand and move around a bit as you do this, since you’ll be able to build a little more enthusiasm into the process that way. Keep repeating more things you like about your situation and gradually begin to shift the topic closer and closer towards the original “issue” you were struggling with.
Only change to the original issue when you have gotten yourself feeling better. If not, stay on general topics for a little bit longer. When you do start to move back to the original subject, do so gradually, and only thinking about the positive aspects. Continue to ignore the specific negative trigger that caused you to feel upset in the first place.
That’s it! The steps are easy to follow, but make no mistake: becoming adept a consciously shifting your energy is something that takes practice to master. Don’t get frustrated if you can’t do it on your first try, or even if you’ve been doing it for months and still have a bad day. That’s a normal part of the process, and just try to remember that even negative states of mind have their purpose.
Just relax and try your best to get into the vortex as often as you can. I’ll leave you with a clip of one of my favorite AH rampages.