Pre-paving is mental planning. It’s a hugely effective and simple process, presented by Abraham-Hicks, that increases the chances of an event going the way you want.
I use it often and highly recommend it. It works close to 100 percent of the time!
Pre-Paving Is More Powerful Than Visualization
Visualization lets you see what you want in your mind’s eyes. You imagine your new house, your new car, your new lover. I don’t believe it’s an effective process. To manifest something, we need to do more than see it. We need to feel it.
If you can combine visualization with the sensation of getting what you want, you’ll achieve better results.
Pre-Paving Creates The Feeling You Want To Experience Now To Get What You Want In The Near Future
Pre-paving is all about feeling an event and projecting it into the near future so that the event goes the way you want instead of the way that worries you.
So if you knew you were about to have a difficult conversation with someone — perhaps you were about to fire them or break up with them — you’d enter the conversation with all sorts of concerns about how they might react.
With all these worries on your mind, you would manifest exactly what you fear the most.
The pre-paving process lets you practice in your mind and in your heart how you want the event to go. You feel:
- What you’re doing to do or say.
- How you want to feel during the conversation.
- How you want them to feel during the conversation.
- How you want the overall vibe to feel.
- How you want to feel after the conversation.
- How you want them to feel after the conversation.
The Right Way To Fire Someone
Unless you’re Donald Trump, firing someone is never fun. It hurts the person getting the send-off, creates a big problem for them financially and ruins their plans for the future. It’s never easy.
Some people even avoid firing those who deserve it because they don’t want to go through the process. They end up creating a big problem with their business.
Actually, being fired can be the best thing that ever happened to someone — I know that personally. It can give them the push they need to find a job that suits them better, makes them proud and gives them a better life.
Sometimes, the sack is the best gift you can give someone.
And pre-paving makes that difficult talk easier.
Lie down or sit somewhere quiet. Think about the person you’re about to fire, and the conversation you’re about to have with them. Ask yourself what you are going to say.
How do you want to feel during the conversation? How do you want them to feel during the conversation? How do you want both of you to feel after the conversation is over?
“I want to feel confident and compassionate.”
“I want them to know that I care about them.”
“I want them to know that this is not the end of the world.”
“I want to know and feel this is the right move for them and for me.”
“I want them to leave optimistic and grateful for having an open-hearted conversation
“I want them to know that I do appreciate them and wish them the very best.”
“I want them to know that their life can be so much better if they do something that
they love doing instead of this job to which they’re not suited.”
Keep going until you really feel all you want to feel and what you want them to feel.
Get In Alignment Then Take Action
Once you’re ready vibrationally, have that conversation and feel it manifest exactly
the way you want.
I use this technique every time I have to let someone go, and I’ve never had a problem, a backlash or a bad consequence. There was never happiness on their part, not immediately, but there was also no drama.
The main idea is to get into alignment before you take the action. This ensures the action you’re about to take is much smoother.
Pre-Paving Is Not Just For Difficult Conversations
Pre-paving isn’t just for dumping workers or ditching partners. It can be used in a range
of different scenarios:
- Sending an important email.
- Traveling in rush hour.
- Going on a date.
- Attending an important meeting.
Think about what you’re going to do. Think about how you want it to go, how you want
to feel, and how you want others involved to feel. Then take action.
Think. Feel. Do. In this order.