Abraham List Class 5

Content & Assignment:  The Focus Wheel

(compiled by Connee Chandler)

Theme quotes for the week:

"The purpose of the Focus Wheel is to feel relief."

"The following is an excerpt of how Abraham answered someone who was asking about poor eyesight. It is from the tape done in Los Angeles in December 1995. They called it a "focus wheel"

Draw a circle on a paper.  Make it about the size of a doubled up fist. Now write, in little letters like you're writing around the dial on a clock.

About where 12:00 is write:

Then in another place around the dial a bit further write:

I feel good in my body.

Then go back to the first thing that you have written, read it & draw an arrow from the words inward to the center of the circle. And then the next, read it & draw it inward, inward inward, & right in the center of the circle write ALL IS WELL WITH MY BODY.

We call this a focus wheel because in the time you were writing your thoughts about your physical body were pure thoughts. No contradictory vibration anywhere there. So law of attraction is now responding to pure vibration & in those 2 minutes you would accomplish about 5 years worth of eye push ups. Just remember that what you are wanting to do. Now somewhere on your paper draw a little circle & that circle is your creation box, it is your creative arena. & inside it write the word purify. For that is what this creation box will do for you, it will help you to purify your own thought in relation to any desire you may have. Then watch what happens.

Bobbi Wexler, aq664@lafn.org

The focus wheel process is about purifying your vibration on a particular subject. Remeber, Abraham has said, "Want it, and vibrate it, and it is." Our job is to make our vibration higher, faster and purer, all the time. And all the Abraham processes are designed to do that in one way or another. However, Abraham has stated on several tapes that the focus wheel is particularly good for taking a conflicting vibration and making it more aligned.

Abraham also often says that it is easier to get to a place of pure vibration by using general statements than specific ones. Each statement in the focus wheel needs to be checked out inside us to see if we truly feel good when we write it. Otherwise, change it to another statement you can feel good about. By adding one general statement on top of the others around the wheel, we gradually get to a more and more specific statement that still allows us to feel good. It doesn't really matter how many statements you have, Abraham has given examples with as few as six statements. I have done them with as many as 20 or 25. Put in as many as you can playfully, easily, joyously think up, and declare it complete because it feels that way to you!

I believe, and my IB has confirmed that, at least for me, there is special power in the focus wheel BECAUSE of turning the page. Thinking in a circle format is an intensifying activity, that seems to align the energy quicker and more fully, stimulating creativity and the flow of ideas. Perhaps it has to do with thinking it out in a circle creating a stronger electromagnetic field, which aligns the energy more easily, bringing greater order and flow. Maybe the circle motion connects the two sides of the brain more easily?

There is an old folk song called "It's a Gift to be Simple" and one of the lines is, "till by turning and turning we come round right." That is what the focus wheel does for me, it helps me to come round right in my thinking about the topic and allow my cork to float.

Abraham has explained that the purpose of the focus wheel process is to adopt a belief that you want to have that you do not already. They said that when you begin you already know the end result. I interpreted that to mean that the belief you are shooting for is the statement that eventually ends up in the middle.

On the outside of the circle, the statements that you write around it are supposed to be things that you already believe / have little resistance to that would support the belief you want. The example at this workshop was that the guy wanted to be drumming on tour with a band. So they suggested statements like, "People love to hear me play." (the guy agreed), and "I enjoy playing with others.", and "I enjoy playing for others." (agreed with both). They did toss out a few satatements with which he didn't agree, and also said there was one to which he nodded "yes", but vibrated "no" (didn't tell us which one). They suggested he play with it.

Andy Harrington, energyflow@crystal-clarity.com

Another sample focus wheel:

Focus wheel for aligning energy in direction of, allowing more abundance in the form of money...direct from the mouth of Esther/Abe.

  1. Things are getting better and better for me.

  2. I know that the universe is abundant in all things.

  3. As I learn to align with the things that I want, they will flow to me.

  4. I am abundant in many ways! I am feeling more alive, vital and full of energy.

  5. There are all kinds of ways for dollars to flow to me. I haven't even begun to scratch the surface of the possibilities/probabilities.

  6. I know that abundance abounds. and I am getting closer to more avenues through which it will flow to me. I can feel it now.

  7. It is exhilarating to find things that I want, and it is so satisfying to know that the universe will find a way to deliver it.

  8. All things that I want are flowing to me.

  9. At the very center write: ABUNDANCE ABOUNDS!

  10. I know that dollars are on their way to me, because I am experiencing it as so.


Take a desire you have for your life, perhaps one that hasn't come to fruition quickly. Allow yourself at least 15 minutes when you can play with a focus wheel on this subject. Writing focuses your attention, and allows you to be more consistently positive than just thinking about your desires. Have fun with it! Make it as elaborate as you like. As long as the details feel good, you are doing very well!

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