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It is my view that The Focus Wheel Process (from Abraham-Hicks) is probably the most powerful deliberate focusing method that exists for changing your feeling (or vibrational offering) on a topic.

I've been using them for more than a decade and am still amazed at the effectiveness of them.

If you were to learn no other vibrational process than The Focus Wheel Process and apply it consistently, you would rapidly transform your life.

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Manifesting Experiment 2 (The Focus Blocks Method) is an extension to The Focus Wheel Process that makes it easier to integrate the systematic use of Focus Wheels into your daily life. The method doesn't replace Focus Wheels, it enhances the way you can use them.

But, in order to use Focus Blocks effectively, it is essential that you first learn to become comfortable and effective with creating and using Focus Wheels.

Abraham introduced the idea of Focus Wheels back in the mid-90s, if I remember correctly, and spoke about them consistently to the end of the 1990s. They then moved on to discussing other vibrational processes.

However, it is interesting to me that over the past several months Abraham have re-introduced discussion of Focus Wheels back into their seminars - the first time they have ever re-introduced a process like this as far as I am aware. I think this is perhaps a further illustration of just how powerful a process it is.

So, to summarize...

  • The Focus Wheel Process is awesome :) ..and anyone who wants to get involved with deliberately focusing their thoughts into better places should really spend the time in getting to grips with the method

  • The process is the basis of The Focus Blocks Method which I've gradually been evolving over the past five years or so. This method is a way of systematically applying The Focus Wheel Process in your daily life.

  • If you were to do nothing else in your life but learn and apply The Focus Wheel Process, you would rapidly transform your world

With all that in mind, it would probably be a good idea if I provided a way for you to learn how to create and use Focus Wheels. :)

While The Focus Wheel Process is mentioned and explained in the Abraham book Ask & It Is Given, the book is not free and it doesn't really give you many examples of how to do them.

So I thought it would be useful for us all to build an online catalog of resources that will help you learn to create and use Focus Wheels.

To get you started, here are a few of the best Focus Wheel resources that I have come across so far...

If you come across any more online resources that you have found helpful with learning to use Focus Wheels, please add the links to them as answers below with a brief description of what the links are.

Also, if you have any questions about Focus Wheels just ask them as normal Inward Quest questions and, collectively, we will try to help you out.

asked 10 May '10, 17:20

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edited 15 Nov '10, 18:05


Hi Stingray Thanks for your consistent effort in sharing this information with the rest of us. You don't have to do it, yet you choose to share your experience and knowledge unselfishly. For that your efforts are truly commendable. I'm sure that I speak for the rest in saying THANK YOU!

(06 Jul '10, 05:40) The Traveller

@Traveller - I should point out that I really don't deserve as much praise as people seem to give me. I'm not being modest, just being honest. Some people enjoy playing sports, some enjoy playing musical instruments, some enjoy making money and so on. While I enjoy all of those too, my main enjoyment in life actually comes from helping people remember again what powerful multi-dimensional masters they are, and watching them regain control over their physical lives. There's no particular effort or sacrifice involved for me - it's just my hobby you could say. But thanks anyway, Traveller :)

(06 Jul '10, 06:21) Stingray

@Stingray: thank you, I am new to the focus wheel and want to get started. This looks like the place to do that. Thank you for helping me.

(16 Aug '10, 23:26) Back2Basics

i liked the link focus wheel vs meditation. These are really good links

(20 Nov '11, 09:36) Nikulas

I would also like to thank you for your selfless commitment to helping us understand these truths.....I'm very grateful that your hobby is so useful to me/us. Very best wishes and many thanks once again.

(09 Jul '12, 06:21) Charmian Brinck Webster

@Charmian Brinck Webster - You're most welcome :)

(09 Jul '12, 08:39) Stingray
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Hi Stingray, I have difficulty playing the video on my computer. It plays and stops. Do you know what the problem is?

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answered 10 May '10, 19:18

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These videos are all on YouTube. Sometimes that site gets very busy and so the video displays quicker than it downloads, so it runs out of video to show. Just hit pause on the video the moment it starts and let the red bar get some way ahead - when you restart the video again, it should then play smoothly.

(10 May '10, 20:00) Stingray

Thank you.......

(11 May '10, 00:01) Drham
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