In this great video from Abraham and Esther Hicks, she outlines a daily routine for putting yourself into a place of ease so that you can attract your highest good. I love the simplicity of these tips and think it’s a great place to start for anyone interested in adopting aspects of mindfulness and intention in their life.
Abraham and Esther Hicks teach people to focus and align their energy with the feeling of already have achieved what it is they want. They believe that by focusing on what you don’t have you are aligning your energy with the energy of not having it and therefore are not in an expansive state of being willing to receive it.
The practice they outline below is a simple way everyday to begin aligning yourself with the energy of having that which you desire.
Daily Routine To Align Yourself
1. Meditate for 15 minutes, which means quite your mind with the simple intention of letting yourself float and feel good.
2. Go outside no matter what the weather, and find things to acknowledge that you like. State these things out loud to yourself, so for example you could say, “I really love that restaurant.”, “I really think that tree is beautiful.”, or “The sky looks so beautiful when it’s stormy and dark.”
3. Write in a journal everyday all of the positive aspects of a certain area of your life. Choose 5 areas to write about. This practice will train your brain and mindset into an upward and positively expectant place.
4. Either when you are outside or go to a window and look out, and acknowledge that the universe is playing a role in positively creating in your life.
State this statement out loud to the universe:
“I acknowledge that I am the object of your positive attention and I am appreciating your continual gaze on behalf of my wellbeing. Today no matter where I am, no matter where I am going, no matter what I am doing, and no matter who I am doing it with, I will be in conscious awareness that you too are there with me. Appreciating me, supporting me, assisting me, acknowledging me, inspiring me, guiding me, having fun with me… etc.”
Say each item slowly feeling what it would feel like to be supported, assisted, acknowledged etc.