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Abraham Gives Tips On How To Enter Your Vortex

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Abraham Gives Tips On How To Enter Your Vortex

Feeling Better Through Alignment with Source
Esther  Hicks
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Jan 16, 2014 at 09:00 AM

Below, see Abraham's response to the question that Jerry Hicks asked in the book, The Vortex about how we can deliberately acquire self-appreciation and feel better.

Abraham: The ultimate act in self-appreciation is the allowing of yourself to be in Vibrational alignment with Source, with the expanded you inside of your Vortex, and it is not necessary that you focus upon yourself in order to do that. In fact, for most people, especially in the beginning, it is easier for you to find alignment while focusing on many other things, other than you.

Do You Have Resistant Thoughts?

Over time, you have developed many opinions and attitudes, and habits of thoughts—or beliefs about yourself—that when activated hold you outside the Vortex. And so, it is easier to get inside the Vortex by focusing upon other subjects that are easier for you to feel good about.

For example, you could think about your favorite pet, and in your appreciation of that pet, you may move right into the Vortex because you do not hold resistant thoughts of envy or blame or guilt toward your pet. We would really like you to see that when you are thinking about your cat—or anything that holds no resistance to your Vortex, and so you flow easily inside—you are then joined (or better stated, you have allowed yourself to merge) with the whole of that which you are. We would call that the ultimate self-appreciation, even though you were not thinking about you in order to accomplish it. If we were standing in your physical shoes, we would choose the subjects that we easily feel good about as our focal points for getting into the Vortex.

Focus on What Makes You Feel Good, Not The Cons

Your physical orientation has trained you to be objective, to weigh the pros and the cons of every subject, but you will discover, as you play the game, that the pros of a subject may very well put you right inside the Vortex; while, as you focus upon the cons, the Vortex will spit you right out. You cannot focus upon unwanted and be in the Vortex at the same time. . . . By often making the statement “Nothing is more important than that I feel good,” you will make yourself more aware of your proximity to your Vortex. To learn more about entering your Vortex, watch this short video on YouTube.

Editor's Note: This is an updated version of: Want To Feel Good About Yourself? 

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Esther  Hicks
#1 New York Times best-selling authors Esther and Jerry Hicks have been producing the Leading Edge Abraham-Hicks teachings since 1986. In November 2011, Jerry made his transition into Non-Physical, and now Esther continues to conduct the Abrah Continue reading
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