Thank you for the new manifesting experiment 5. I've been studying this for a few days now and am really excited by it.I think I understand it. It helps me find the issue that bothering me the most at that moment (the one that would bring me the most relief) and clears it up on a daily basis while also dealing with related issues indirectly. I have been using focus blocks instead of the *Abraham Grid*,I would love to see an example on how to use it?
Thanks you so much Stingray
That's an excellent summary of what Manifesting Experiment 5 will do for someone. You've really understood it at a deep level to be able to come up with that description.
As I mentioned in my answer to Sourabh, you can use whatever clearing method you wish to use. ME-5 is more of a structure onto which you can hang your change-work.
So even using Focus Blocks targeted around random "Why Don't I Have What I Want Yet?" items from different issues would also be effective...though from an "efficiency" point of view a complete Focus Wheel targeted at the "most-resistance-laden" daily identified issue might be better. A fully-completed Focus Block equals a fully-completed Focus Wheel anyway - and the "Abraham Grid" is effectively a simplified and more guided Focus Wheel.
I'm a bit short on time at the moment but I'll try and edit this answer and post some examples of using "Abraham Grid" (or, at least, the way I do it) within the next few days.
Instructions for using the Abraham Grid
The Abraham Grid relies on the interplay between general focus and specific focus. For more information on that idea, see Focus Blocks - Some things I find hard when working on them
First of all, take a sheet of paper and divide it into four quadrants as shown below.
You are now going to fill in three of the quadrants with statements of belief (like with Focus Blocks and Focus Wheels) starting with Specific Negative then General Negative then General Positive. The idea of the grid is that the Universe will manifest things to fill in the Specific Positive quadrant of the grid.
Below is an example of a completed grid.
You write statements in each quadrant and only move to the next quadrant when a statement naturally occurs to you that would fit into that quadrant.
Don't overthink this process. It shouldn't take you more than 10 minutes to complete the grid for a subject, start to finish.
Some tips/suggestions/thoughts about filling in the grid...
If anything I've said here isn't clear, please ask.
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