Here are some Focus- Statements by Abraham for attracting a relationship. Hope they help :)
Here are from Focus-statements by Abraham for getting over the break-up of a romantic relationship to attract a new one.
I have included the specific negatives as well.
I wanted to offer my two cents on the use of specific negatives here. I think they may be very important to include in this experiment, because we have to begin where we genuinely are. Otherwise, I'm thinking that to someone just beginning to work with these ideas, or who is feeling very low, this could feel like a list of affirmations, and may feel forced and false.
I used to be very brutal with myself about what I thought of as "the truth"; what I now see as beliefs that do not serve me, and their resulting circumstances. It can be difficult to make the first leap from a place like that.
It feels to me that perhaps the lower the vibration you begin with, the more gentle and incremental those first steps may need to be. Once you get going it gets easier - all of those good feelings do tend to snowball!
answered 24 Aug '13, 00:08
IMO there is no reason for these type of focus statements. When I was in the dating scene I just got out and started meeting people. In my experience, people were attracted to me and I never had any problems meeting people because I have a positive self image and am a happy and content person. This disposition attracted all kinds of people to my social dating circle.
answered 17 Aug '13, 01:45
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