Abraham Process of Clearing Clutter for Mental Clarity

I love having that 15 minutes once in a while when I can clear away some clutter for my own mental clarity.  This process is in the book, Ask and It Is Given, by Esther and Jerry Hicks, and is one of the many pieces of the Teachings of Abraham. I like doing this at least once a week, to just clean up one area of the house.  I guess it’s good Feng Shui, but it’s way more than that.

The idea of clearing clutter is so important because if there is stuff that is unfinished, like piles of papers that need filing or just throwing out, or items that need mending, or stuff that is collecting dust:  unused when someone else could make use of them, or you are afraid to get rid of them…

You have heard how if you haven’t used an item in two years to get rid of it.  There is the garbage, but what about spreading your fortune to others?  Freecycle to someone who is looking for those items, or give them to someone who may need them.  I love giving my used items away, and always feel better when I know someone else will benefit from my abundance.  There are lots of items I could sell, and once in a while I do, but most of them, I just donate.

You’ll feel better every time.

When you clear away the clutter, your mind is so much lighter, and more free and easy.  You know your space has been cleared, and so your mind responds to this as well.  Your mind makes way for the good to come, but you must establish a space and a sign that you are ready for it.

What are you willing to give up (sacrifice?) in order to achieve something you really do want?

Are you willing to give up something that will get you clear and on a path to success?  What about clearing a space within yourself of negative thoughts, so that you can have a space for positive ones?

What about manifesting items you want, like a new car or an addition for your home?

For me, I’ve recently given up drinking coffee, even though it was decaf.  I wanted the time freedom from being tied to making it and drinking it.  Although I do love coffee, I realized that it was holding me back from other things I wanted more, which was having fun time with my kids in the morning.  My coffee pot went upstairs in my attic, and will only resurface when we have company.  I get a clear counter, and a clear mind in the morning and throughout the day.  I like this feeling much more.  I want the clarity to stay in the moment and be a fun person.

When you tell the Universe, “Yes, I’m ready for my Highest Good”  that also includes the physical stuff you want.  And that stuff will come using a variety of ways to expand your mind and consciousness.  Have you found that clearing clutter was helpful to you, and did you feel an energetic shift after you cleaned up?  Tell us about it!

Happy manifesting and much love!  Jen C.


Creative Visualization Gone Wrong

How many times have you told yourself that you want something one specific way, and you visualized all the details, even consciously trying to create the “right” atmosphere in your mind, and then have something completely different manifest?

I know when I completed my MA, I was a special ed teacher and looking to move into a school guidance position.  Yet, when I visualized what I wanted, which was a good paying job that would realize my worth, I “knew” that I was coming in as a new counselor with zero experience, and I let it affect my worth…and I took a paycut to accept the job, which was also subpar. I soon left that job for another, and gaining in confidence, moved $10,000 up the pay scale AND found an amazingly good work environment on all levels, literally the perfect job.

Has that ever happened to you?  Or something similar?  Until I got it right in my mind, I couldn’t have what I wanted physically yet, it couldn’t manifest until I knew I was it. More

Does the Law of Attraction Work and Some Abraham Processes

Have you been wondering, “Does the law of attraction work?”  I meet many people who say it does, and many that do not.

Life has many flavors, colors, feelings, senses, and we are all exposed to various people and situations that shape us into the beings we become. It is never our circumstance itself, but how we view the “hand we are dealt” that determines how we think about ourselves and life.

The law of attraction is what sets up this process of deciding what we like and don’t like, and then as we focus our attention (even the newborn baby will believe it will be cared for–or not) we map out our “emotional set points” for our future lives, and therefore, our happiness.

Sounds crazy, right?

The cool thing is the the law says that if we focus our attention and generally believe that good things will happen, then they will (like an expectation), and that if we believe negative things will happen, then they will.  This article will explain the camps of thought about LOA, and how to use it should you like to test it out for yourself…that is the easy part, so relax into it! More