I had assumed that the Vortex was similar to the flow state. But Abraham's book, "The Vortex," appears to concentrate primarily on relationships between people.

I don't get it. Am I missing something?

asked 22 Sep '10, 17:18

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I'd be interested in knowing this too. I've not read the book - I get my Abraham information almost exclusively from the workshop recordings - but I was discussing this book with a friend of mine some months back and I said that, from the reviews of it, it seemed to me to be about human relationships rather than The Vortex analogy. But my friend, who had ordered a copy, told me it wasn't. Guess I'll have to get a copy and take a look for myself.

(22 Sep '10, 20:50) Stingray

Actually there are 2 vortex books, except the other one is only in audio form. The first one is called "The Vortex: Where the Law of Attraction Assembles All Cooperative Relationships", while the other one is called "The Vortex 2: Thriving in the New World Economy".

The reason why the first one seems to be focused on mainly relationships is because it claims that there are different types of relationships in the vortex, and they do not have to necessarily refer to human type of relationships. They could also be relationship between you & source, relationship between you and money, relationship between you and almost everything else that is able to offer a vibration.

Mainly, Abraham is just using the relationships between people to explain the vortex, but there is a section on how to get into the vortex without referring to anything about human relationships. But the processes used are mainly from "Ask & It is Given", so there isn't really a lot of new things.


answered 23 Sep '10, 02:50

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edited 23 Sep '10, 16:33

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Guess I need to read the book. :). Thanks!

(23 Sep '10, 16:30) Vesuvius

My Life Is about My Relationships... You will never find yourself in a point in time when the subject of relationships is not an active part of your now experience, for everything you perceive or notice or know is because of your relationship with something else. Without a comparative experience, you would be unable to perceive or focus any kind of understanding within yourself. Therefore, it is accurate to say that without relationships you could not exist at all.

--- Abraham


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