Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Visualization Process Is Your Purpose in Life

Abraham-Hicks Quarterly Journal Jul/Aug/Sep 1996

Abraham: What your purpose in life is, is the visualization process. To look around and see it like it is and then imagine it better. Look around and see it like it is and then imagine it better. The visualization process is your purpose of life. The Universe will match it with the physical equivalent.

The tricky thing is to not keep getting swept up in the physical equivalent so much that you lose sight of your ability to visualize. Can you hear it? The temptation is to then start observing. The temptation is to just start observing, to let what's happening around you to dominate your every thought. Your work is to keep pulling yourself back.

You go to the gym to work your muscles. We want you to go the Creation Box to work your mind. We want you to work at visualization. It's not going to come easy in the beginning. It's going to be hard. Other things are going to call you off. You're going to find your mind wandering all over the place. You are going to have to work at maintaining a focus. To maintain a focus and feel good can take a strong deliberate intent because it's easier to follow those knee-jerk reactions. Those old habits are very well entrenched.

Your purpose in the physical experience is to use the data that abounds to collect the bits and pieces of it to create a scenario that rocks your world--and when you do that, the Universe will respond with a vibrational equivalent. But we want so much for you to hear that the vibrational equivalent--the physical manifestation--is not what it's about. It's the power of the vision.

© Abraham-Hicks Publications

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