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Most Christians I know advocate reading the Bible and praying daily. A LOA coach told me he up to two hours vibrational work a day - meditation, lists of appreciation and focus wheels? What do you do - in terms of processes, meditation etc.

I'm just trying to get a handle on what is the optimum - I think my husband would go mad if I spent two hours a day on it!

asked 09 Jun '12, 09:54

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English Rose

wikified 09 Jul '12, 04:41

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Nice question English Rose.I would say the optimum is do as much as feels good to You:).After all that is the whole point of these processes anyway.To feel good mostly.Instead of trying to stick to a certain timescale or schedule everyday.You would probably be motivated to do more somedays and less the next.Last thing you wanna do is turn these processes into a chore or something that feel you must do.That attitude to it never works for me, with vibrational processes at least.

Me personally I would always meditate first thing in the morning, get in the vortex or as close as, and then do what ever I'm inspired to do from there:)


answered 09 Jun '12, 17:11

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edited 09 Jun '12, 18:05

Never heard of an LOA coach before - are you sure he's legit or just jumping on the bandwagon after The Secret movie? ;)

Back to your question - I suppose there is no "optimum", everyone is different. Some may just need a few minutes while some might need a few hours ...

But a simple rule to follow I guess is that if you feel like you are doing "too much", then it is, too much!


answered 09 Jun '12, 22:37

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I start out by being thankful for the beautiful day as I get out of bed. At some point in the morning, I come here and find a few affirmations and do it with the Two Hands Touching. Each THT session is very short.

I then do THT throughout the day as needed or when I think of it. If I need to, I go to the link above and find an affirmation or so and do them with the THT.

I end the day by saying a prayer and listing the things I am thankful for. Then I position myself to go to sleep, then I feel my right hand, then I feel my left hand, then I feel both hands until I am asleep.


answered 07 Jul '12, 17:58

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Fairy Princess


@Fairy Princess, that's a nice, simple day schedule. I have been reading your THT method...haven't tried it yet but want to...soon:)

(08 Jul '12, 01:05) Xoomaville

@Xoomaville-THT works great, I can vouch for this, at the moment though I'm inspired towards so many different methods I have not totally settled on one.Feels good though:)

(08 Jul '12, 04:53) Satori

@Satori, I know what you mean, I am actually bookmarking the different methods in answers here on IQ. Eventually I'll try them out:) Now that you've vouched for it, and it seems simple and easy so I think I am gonna jump on that sooner than later.

(08 Jul '12, 12:19) Xoomaville
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