THE FOCUS WHEEL process ...
Lots of us have used Abraham's Focus Wheel (FW) process to feel better or feel relief about a specific issue. I actually have always done them in my head, but was rather shocked how much power writing on an actual FW seems to have. Esther Hicks often does several FWs a day.
So I compiled some most-helpful information on how to use Focus Wheels from various Abe or Abe-related sources. That way, if anyone on PI wants to start using them or tweak their use, it's all in one link for you.
I'll also post more FW aids in the first replies under this.
Abraham suggests that the FW process is most effective when you are between (8) Boredom and (17) Anger on the Emotional Guidance Scale (EGS).
But you can clean up your vibrations on recurring issues very well while at even higher levels of the EGS.
The best times to use the Focus Wheel process is when:
* You realize you are focusing in a fashion that could end up bring you things that are unwanted, or
* When something has happened that is not to your liking and you want to make sure you move it to a new point of attraction, or
* You are reaching for a feeling of relief, or
* You see an emotional pattern or limiting belief that you'd like to identify and clean up your vibration about.
I think people tend to adapt this wheel a bit so it works best for them. All statements in the wheel must be positive, but sometimes it's easier to start with a slightly better feeling thought and get more and more positive as you go around the wheel.
Here's how Abe says to do a focus wheel if you want to improve a health issue. for example:
Abraham answered someone asking about poor eyesight (Los Angeles, December 1995). Abe called this process a "focus wheel," which also is explained in the book Ask & It Is Given.
So the concern would be, I want to have better eyesight / or better health.
To start a FW, draw 2 circles on a paper, one inside the other. Now draw 12 lines out from the center circle, dividing it into 12 panels, like on a clock.
Now, to do your FW, write, in little letters following each panel around the "dial," filling them in one at a time.
Here is how Abe told the person with the poor eyesight to fill in the wheel ...
About where 12 o'clock is write:
I love my physical body.
Then, Abe offered several more statements to be entered in the FW going around the "dial" - (but not all 12 because it was an example).
My body has treated me so very well.
This physical mechanism is magnificent!
Ingenious invention this physical body
Nonphysical really outdid itself with this physical body.
Amazing muscles, vessels, organs, nerves.
This body thrives
I feel good in my body.
Then go back to the first thing that you have written, read it & draw an arrow from the words inward to the center of the circle. And then the next, read it & draw it inward, inward inward, & right in the center of the circle write ALL IS WELL WITH MY BODY.
(Note: Some people skip the arrows and just write their final, feel-good statement in the middle of the wheel, which is ALL IS WELL WITH MY BODY in this case.)
Abraham: We call this a focus wheel because in the time you were writing your thoughts about your physical body were pure thoughts. No contradictory vibration anywhere there. So law of attraction is now responding to pure vibration & in those 2 minutes you would accomplish about 5 years worth of eye push ups.
Just remember that what you are wanting to do. Now somewhere on your paper draw a little circle & that circle is your creation box, it is your creative arena, and inside it write the word "purify." For that is what this creation box will do for you, it will help you to purify your own thought in relation to any desire you may have. Then watch what happens. (Some people drop/do not add the creation box.)
Here's a filled-out FW I found on the Web so you can see how it looks. Colorful inks are very optional. :-)
(End of process ...)
A LARGE FOCUS WHEEL IS ATTACHED TO PRINT OUT.
I'll add how-to videos and Abers' advice on using FWs in the first few replies under this.