The Focus Wheel Process was presented by Abraham-Hicks. The purpose is to shift your vibration about a topic to a higher point so that you:
- Feel better, immediately;
- Change your point of attraction;
- Manifest what you want.
Over the years I’ve done hundreds of focus wheels with a success rate that has to be around 99.9% — much higher than any “guru” can promise or deliver. I’ve made myself feel better about things that were bothering me, aligned myself better with my goals, and completely eliminated unwanted physical manifestations as well.
Abraham-Hicks presented the process in their book “Ask and It Is Given,” and talked about it in many, many seminars. They described it as “the most powerful process” which is naturally what made me curious about it. When I found out just how effective it was, I even created an enhanced version (PDF attached below) that is even more powerful.
But even people who have heard of the Focus Wheel Process don’t always know how to do it properly. I want to explain how it works and provide you with some tools and Abraham recordings that teach seminar participants how to do a focus wheel.
“How do you feel about those things that you are giving most of your attention to? If there is something in your life that gives you negative emotion almost every time you think about it, we would do anything that we could do to get that negative thing out of our awareness.” ~ Abraham-Hicks
Identify Your Point of Attraction
According to the Law of Attraction, how you feel about a topic is your point of attraction. For example, if you’re single and usually feel “disappointed” about the results of your relationships, Law of Attraction will draw in more mates who will also make you feel disappointed (or other emotions similar in frequency).
“Cleaning up” that vibration through a focus wheel will give you a different result.
You can download the original focus wheel process PDF here. It has twelve slots which may be enough but I found that using the revised version, the Focus Trail, with 23 slots, allows me to keep going and get to the really good stuff. You can download it here.
Print it out and let’s get started!
Know What You Don’t Want — and What You Do
First, identify what you don’t want. For example, you might think to yourself:
- I don’t want to feel disappointed about relationships.
- I don’t want to feel angry at my friend.
- I don’t want to feel guilty about firing my employee.
- I don’t want to have a car that is broken.
Having decided what you don’t want, you can now easily identify what you do want:
- I want to be pleased with my relationships.
- I want to forgive my friend.
- I want to be in alignment with firing my employee.
- I want a new, reliable car.
Write down the “What I Want” statement in the middle of the wheel.
Now you need to get “on the wheel” — you need to find one statement that’s true about you and that already matches what’s in the center of the wheel.
Think of yourself as a lawyer trying to convince a jury that the statement in the center of the wheel is already true.
So someone hoping for a better relationship might say:
“I do enjoy meeting new people”
“I did have some good relationships.”
If this statement is true and matches what’s in the center of the wheel and it makes you feel better, even slightly, write it down on the first position of the wheel. If the statement doesn’t make you feel good, keep looking. Don’t try to make a big jump too soon. For example, don’t write “I am ready to have an amazing relationship!” because vibrationally speaking – you’re not. You have to work your way up to that point and that’s what the Focus Wheel helps you do. Start small.
Finding the first statement is usually the hardest part. It might even seem trivial and make you feel only slightly better. But here’s what’s going to happen: the Law of Attraction will start delivering more thoughts or statements with similar or a higher vibration. As you continue, you will gather momentum, the statements will improve and rise, and you will suddenly have access to thoughts and ideas you couldn’t have considered before you started this focus wheel.
This is huge!
Often, the best ideas come towards the end of the focus wheel. Suddenly a thought will just hit you. You’ll have a wonderful “Aha!” moment — or even a few — that will make a huge difference.
It’s very important to not take a break when you do a focus wheel — it’s called a “focus” wheel for a reason! The idea is to combine the power of your focus with the Law of Attraction. Being distracted by other people or by a ringing telephone just won’t have the same effect.
Don’t even stop if you get stuck. If you’re not sure where to go next, read — out-loud or to yourself — the statements you’ve written from the first through to the last to make the momentum stronger. The Law of Attraction will ride that momentum and provide you with more ideas of an even higher vibration.
And don’t stop too soon. After a few statements, you may already start to feel a great deal better and think that you’re done. You’re not! Stop now and you will be missing all the good stuff that tends to come towards the end. Keep going until you fill every spot on the Focus Wheel. You will be amazed at the things you’ll produce.
Some people have asked me if they can do a focus wheel in their head. If you’re driving and can’t write things down, then a mental focus wheel could be a good temporary solution. But your mind can only hold four or five thoughts at a time so you won’t be able to reach all the good ideas that come at the end. It’s better to just take the time, find a quiet place with no distractions and do it properly.
Did You Hit the Mark?
When you’ve finished, compare how you felt when you started the Focus Wheel Process to the way you feel now and ask yourself whether you feel any better. If you do, the focus wheel was successful. The process is all about feeling better, shifting your point of attraction or getting into alignment with something you desire.
While you’re doing the focus wheel, new issues may present themselves. Make a note of them and do a focus wheel about them as well. I’ve done as many as eight focus wheels in one day — I call it a “focus wheel marathon”! With every focus wheel you do, you’ll feel lighter and better.
Then Hit Another One!
You can think of doing a focus wheel as a bit like clearing out the weeds in your mind. And like weeding, it’s a process that has to be done on a regular basis.
If you were to imagine your life as a garden, that garden would have a number of different areas: for money, for relationships, for health, etc. Some of those sections you will contain mainly rocks, weeds and thorns. These are the areas where it’s hard to grow and where things aren’t going so well. For some people the money section is like that. For others, it’s health or relationships.
Other sections in your garden may include some rocks but they also have flowers or beautiful trees full of delicious fruits while a few may only have beautiful blooms. Those are the areas in your life where you’re thriving. Most people have at least one area that’s blossoming at or at least is doing well enough to feel good about.
Now imagine what will happen if you clear up the rocks and the weeds. You’ll find that new flowers and trees can grow easily. You’ll thrive everywhere!
Every time you do a focus wheel, you are cleaning up this area of your life. You remove rocks, clear out weeds and throw out garbage. You allow in the things you want to grow.
Once you’ve done a focus wheel, that clearance holds. You may have to do a few more wheels on related threads but the topic you’ve cleared up is now clean and fertile. Read your wheel a couple of times to reinforce it and you’ll probably never have to read it again. (I still recommend that you keep all your focus wheels though; it’s a real trip to read what bothered you a year ago and to see how far you’ve come since then!)
So, are you ready to clean up your garden and allow wonderful things to grow?
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What is the Focus Wheel Process?
Abraham does a Focus Wheel on relationships:
Abraham does a Focus Wheel on money: