The Creative Process: Steps according to Abraham Hicks

everything-can-happenMost people know about the importance of setting goals to live a healthy life. Sometimes the goals can’t be accomplished due to others’ interference, or lack of interest. Sometimes what is missing is an explicit, coherent idea of what is wanted. To assume that you have it clear in your mind does not work well in this matter. The more we think about the goal, the clearer and real it is. Here some good news from Abraham Hicks:

“The beginning point of all deliberate creation is to identify what is wanted, and when you are not interacting with others, you simply make your statement of intent to yourself -but, when there are others involved, you must communicate, clearly, with one another, what you each are wanting.” It is Possible.jpg

Give your objective some time in your mind to settle with the right vibrations to call upon it and allow it to happen. “Because most of you spend very little time identifying what it is that you want, and because your thoughts move about from subject to subject so easily, and because you do not understand the significance of your negative emotions -you are often swept up into a negative situation, or confusion, that has been created by another. But an understanding and application of the Creative Process will free you from all life experience that is not precisely to your liking.

You are INDIVIDUAL creators, interacting with others that you have attracted through your thoughts, and you enter into agreements with each other to blend your INDIVIDUAL inventions.

It is imperative that you effectively communicate with one another precisely what it is that you are wanting, or expecting, from your interaction, otherwise, there is little possibility that your expectations will be met”

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