What statement do I focus on when starting the focus block?
This is just something I was always uncertain about
When starting the focus block do I focus on the How do I want to feel statement and work Back to a statement that is positive and believable?
Do I focus on the current belief statement and work Up to a positive believable statement?
Which is the best way?
Abraham's Focus Wheel method suggests you decide on the "How do I want to feel?" statement and write that at the center of the Focus Wheel. You then write your statements of belief around that center. Another variation is to write your target statement at the top of the wheel (away from the wheel) and write your best-feeling statement in the center.
I used to do that sort of thing with Focus Blocks (Manifesting Experiment 2) in the early days. I may even have done it that way in the videos by writing the target statement at the very top of each Focus Blocks worksheet - can't remember at the moment :)
But what I've found over the years, after doing many hundreds of these Focus Blocks, is that it really doesn't matter.
All I do is simply start with what I currently believe as my starting block statement and just make sure that each subsequent statement gives me a feeling of relief from, at least, the starting statement.
If I am always following the relief then I am always heading towards my target even if I haven't articulated what the target is.
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