I finally found the chart for getting into a better feeling place about a focus block. Yes I bookmarked the page, hehe.

Where can I get some focus wheels? The Abraham-Hicks site didn't seem to sell them.

That is my main question.

asked 08 Nov '10, 23:35

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edited 09 Nov '10, 07:23

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Not having the exact product I used the LOA cards and the Well-Being Cards which I already had.

(08 Nov '10, 23:37) Tom
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As Kakaboo says, you can just make them yourself.

However, if you don't want to do that, here is a page of resources from the various Abraham-Hicks online discussion groups.

On that page are many templates for many of the Abraham processes that you can download for free, including a number of Focus Wheel templates.


answered 09 Nov '10, 07:17

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You can't buy them, you have to draw them yourself. It's very simple, it's just a circle with 12 parts and a circle in the middle.

Maybe this will help you : Resources for learning the focus wheel process


answered 09 Nov '10, 00:44

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Well OK. Time to go to work. I already saw that site. That's why I asked. I didn't want to make them. Time be creative. Thank for your answer.

(09 Nov '10, 01:38) Tom

You can get a great printable copy here: http://oneword.com/ah/focuswheel.pdf


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