hi, i have been trying to attract a new job since past one month. Should i draw a focus block everyday till i achieve it and are focus blocks to be used for specific desires only or at any time when i am feeling negative?

asked 31 Jul '10, 18:30

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edited 23 Aug '12, 18:39

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The most important thing for getting everything you want (which includes a new job) is for you to feel good predominantly.

It's not clear from your question if you have already been applying Focus Blocks/Wheels for the past month or not and are not seeing any results.

If that is the case - and you are not getting anywhere - I would recommend you take your attention off your wanted job for a while and just find other subjects to use Focus Blocks (or any other method you like) to feel good about...just leave your wanted job out of your vibrational efforts for now.

This is because if the lack of a wanted job is making you feel worse everytime you think of it (because you notice you don't have it yet) and you cannot seem to make yourself feel better about it, then you are not achieving anything by continuing to give your attention to it.

It's sounds counter-intuitive but you don't necessarily have to feel better about something to get it and sometimes if it is something you really, really want, it can actually be more difficult to mold that vibration "head-on" because you have already flowed so much energy towards manifesting the lack / absence of it.

You can use any subject you like to feel good about and, in feeling good about those other things, your wanted job is also being attracted to you...provided you can, for a while, stop noticing it isn't there yet.


answered 01 Aug '10, 07:18

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edited 01 Aug '10, 07:24


@Stingray-Hello Stingray. I have been using your Advanced Focus Blocks Method diligently this past few months. Its working well as im using my intuition better now and it gets me into the vortex almost every time. I just mold those little issues now as you recommend, as a lot of those issues combined do drag us down. Do you think Im also clearing up bigger limiting beliefs indirectly that im not aware of with this approach. Or do you recommend a head-on approach? Thank you :)

(24 Aug '12, 10:20) Satori

@Satori - I would say, yes, you are clearing up bigger limiting beliefs just by working on "smaller" issues incrementally. My view is that if you are using whatever throws you out of the Vortex as the next issue(s) to work on then you are getting inner "advice" on the best order to tackle things. If you think about it, something that kicked you out of the Vortex must have come as an inner impulse because it vibrationally matched your Vortex alignment at the moment of "kicking out".

(24 Aug '12, 17:27) Stingray

@Satori - There does seem to come a time though, every so often, when you realize the common theme to a number of smaller issues. If I spot something like that, and I feel inspired to tackle it, I will then go for a head-on approach regarding that theme. I'm still experimenting in my own life regarding the balancing point between head-on and take-it-as-it-comes. I don't think I have a personal rule of thumb yet...just intuition mostly.

(24 Aug '12, 17:30) Stingray

@Stingray- Thank you for replying, appreciate that. And thanks for that clarification.Thats good news. Yes molding the little issues is working very well for me with this method. It keeps it light and more fun. Its amazing how those little things add up quickly in just a few days. I dont know how I ever coped without this method now:) Ill just keep chipping away at those little things.Thanks Stingray:)

(24 Aug '12, 22:01) Satori

@Satori - "I dont know how I ever coped without this method now" - Yes, I know the feeling :) I probably first clearly started applying this idea about five years ago (with the creation of my first spreadsheet) and I'm still finding deeper and deeper subtleties to it. The 9-D Pleiadians told me (I'm paraphrasing) that a major evolution of it would be to identify the energy thresholds being crossed during each vibrational shift i.e Focus Blocks->Positive Aspects->Appreciation List(Vortex)

(28 Aug '12, 10:07) Stingray

@Stingray- I find this method has definately a lot of scope to it myself. What do you mean Stingray by identifying the energy thresholds? You mean for a better understanding of how the process works? Im still finding my feet with the process. But if im not in the vortex after using it im always pretty close:) If I find any relief from a FB statement I will move to positive aspects, sort of my own decision but from there its very easy.....

(28 Aug '12, 19:24) Satori

@Stingray- I will writing out PA and then usually a thought pops into my head about something good thats happened recently. Then I just know thats the nudge to switch to ROA. Maybe I get that nudge just from being in a better feeling place at that point :)

(28 Aug '12, 19:33) Satori

@Satori - "identifying the energy thresholds?" - What you're calling nudges, I seem to perceive as slight "energy accelerations" as though breaking through a barrier. It's like when continuing to add weight to one side of a pair of weighing scales until it suddenly topples to the other side. Those barriers are what I terming "thresholds". I can feel one at the FB -> PA point, another at the PA --> Rampage point. And I can also feel another minor one between the FB and PA points.

(31 Aug '12, 08:11) Stingray

@Satori - The minor threshold between FB and PA is where I slot in Touchstones and Virtual Realities (mixed with PA) until I feel a definite shift into PA territory and then it's just PA alone. I feel those thresholds are related to Fibonacci points but I'm still trying to clarify to my own satisfaction how it works and how to apply it. Another way of saying it is that, as you move up the vibrational scale, it is not a linear progression but a Phi/Fibonacci-based one.

(31 Aug '12, 08:15) Stingray

@Stingray- Thank you. This is very interesting. I didnt know you used the Touchstones and Virtual Realities between FB and PA. As I said sometimes when I feel the initial relief of a FB block statement I move to PA but sometimes it feels im not ready for PA. Do you think I could bridge FB and PA with Wouldnt It Be Nice.....Process as its a process I like? And yes I am aware of those thresholds you speak most of the time. I will have to look into the Fibonacci scale:)

(31 Aug '12, 11:54) Satori

I like Wouldn't It Be Nice, myself. :) and I know about Touchstones, but what are Virtual Realities? I must have missed that class last semester. ;)

(31 Aug '12, 12:43) Grace

@Grace- Touchstones = Past Positive Aspects. Virtual Realities = Future Positive Aspects. Past and future dont exist of course;)

(31 Aug '12, 12:48) Satori

@Satori thank you.

(31 Aug '12, 12:54) Grace

@Satori - "I didnt know you used the Touchstones and Virtual Realities between FB and PA" - It's something I've hinted at from time to time ( http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/16791#16794 ) but I've been a bit vague because I don't want to confuse newcomers even further by introducing yet another layer of process :) I don't always use the extra layer...it's just that some days, like you, I feel like I need a stop-gap before PA and other days, I just feel I can blast through it.

(31 Aug '12, 15:48) Stingray

@Satori - I took that layer out of the spreadsheet I originally released to the public to avoid over-complication but I put it back in again when I created a more advanced version of the spreadsheet earlier this year.

In the chart in that last link...

...you can see that WIBN (#12) covers quite a broad vibrational range and overlaps with PAs so would work for the extra layer. I've tried it myself occasionally

(31 Aug '12, 15:53) Stingray

@Satori - Also in that chart, you can consider the Vortex edge to be around Level 4 (Positive Expectation/Belief) so if you hang around there long enough, you are going to feel yourself pulled into the Vortex. And also, therefore, any process that goes above Level 4 is a valid process to use to prolong the Vortex alignment. So basically I'm saying you can create your own unique Vortex entry method as long as each process you choose steps you up to the next level until you are in the Vortex :)

(31 Aug '12, 16:02) Stingray

@Stingray- Thank you, this was very helpful. I think this was the missing link. I will use the WIBN.. as an optional process if needed:)

(31 Aug '12, 20:52) Satori

@Stingray - this is so helpful, thank you. The lower down the emotional scale I get, the stupider I am, so trying to work out what to do about it has always been such a challenge at that moment, though blindingly obvious later. This is Vibrational Process For Dummies, and just what I need. Sorry I'm not catching on - is there a printable version of this somewhere?

(01 Sep '12, 02:06) Grace

...oh, I don't see it here, but I found the link in my email, sorry: http://www.psitek.net/assets/focusblocks/egs-processes-map.jpg Very cool. I want to print that out and keep it with my bag of tricks. :)

(01 Sep '12, 02:24) Grace

@Stingray- I applied the WIBN.. process after a focus block this morning. It worked great, the statements just flowed and it felt like a more natural progression. After a few minutes I felt I could actually move straight to ROA but went with PA instead. The statements didnt flow the same and I actually felt a dip in vibration. Not sure what I done here? Maybe I should have went with my first thought:)

(01 Sep '12, 07:34) Satori

@Satori - Yes, it sounds like you were ready for ROA. With a newly-adopted process, I've noticed that the novelty and freshness of it can give it extra power than if you had been using it for several weeks. I think you find out the true worth of any process for you after using it consistently over the long term. I like WIBN as well and still have it in my (personal) spreadsheet - not the released one - but, for some reason, it doesn't work as consistently for me as the stop-gap as Touchstones.

(01 Sep '12, 08:10) Stingray

@Satori - I think that's because with WIBN, there's more mental effort involved than just re-conjuring up a pleasant past memory and adding another sentence of recollection to that Touchstones block. Virtual Realities, again, seem to take more mental effort than Touchstones so I invariably drift back to just Touchstones over the long term. Indeed, before the Focus Blocks Vortex Entry method, I only ever used Touchstones for feeling better: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/8298#8299

(01 Sep '12, 08:14) Stingray

@Stingray- Yes I think your right here about the novelty and freshness of WIBN. I do use PA extensively.Maybe its a gone a bit stale. Focus Blocks Vortex Entry method Is this the new title of this method Stingray just so what I know what to refer to it as? This has been very helpful Stingray. I appreciate your patience. Thanks :)

(01 Sep '12, 10:33) Satori

@Satori - "Focus Blocks Vortex Entry method. Is this the new title of this method" - I hadn't really thought about it but I guess that's a good name for it :) This class of methods which have a relief-generating element to get to neutral-ish (and then PA and ROA tagged onto the end to provide the actual Vortex entry) only differ in the relief-generating aspect so it does make sense to name them that way. e.g. WIBN Vortex Entry Method, EFT Vortex Entry Method, QE Vortex Entry Method etc.

(01 Sep '12, 14:49) Stingray

@Satori @Stingray Thank you for this very valuable conversation. I was just thinking about experimenting more intensively with layers and came across these comments. I feel that sometimes when I go back and forth between FB and PA to reach the "pure PA zone", I slip into some kind of a apathic state. This happens when it takes too long. Sometimes then my energy level (or focusing power) drops. So I just found out that TS are helpful. I'm gonna experiment with this a little more.

(01 Jul '13, 23:21) releaser99
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The purpose of the focus wheel process is to put you into a better feeling state, which raises your vibrational level. So anytime you are feeling negative, you can use the focus wheel process to put you into a better feeling state.

Are you actively looking for work? Do you feel inspired while you do it? The focus wheel process is there to help you feel inspired about looking for work, so that the actions you take will be most effective.


answered 31 Jul '10, 23:42

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