Abraham Hicks’s Focus Wheel is the best technique I know for cleaning up your vibrations about any subject. Not only does any remaining negativity about a subject get ironed out, but this technique helps raise your vibrations to a new place. The more you do it, the better you feel and the quicker things change in your life. It did however take me about eight Focus Wheels to get the hang of it, so be patient with yourself. I apply this technique by drawing the following diagram on a large piece of paper, numbering each pie or sector from 1 to 12, like a clock. You can download a focus wheel template for free here.
Start by writing your desire in the inner circle. What is it that you really want? Usually when we want something we have resistance to, there is a tension inside us. For example you may want to wear a bikini this coming summer, but none of your previous attempts at shaping up for a bikini have been successful. So while the desire is there, the belief is not strong. The best metaphor for the Focus Wheel is a children’s merry- go-round. The merry-go-round must slow down in order for you to get on. And the way to slow it down is by thinking of less-resistant thoughts about your desire. Start by thinking of a thought about your current bodily state and write it into sector 12. This thought must not be too far away from where your current emotional state is (on the subject of your body image), or the merry-go-round cannot slow down enough for you to get on. If the wheel is spinning too fast, trying to get on results in you being thrown into the bushes, so to speak. So you must get on the wheel gently, by finding better—and nicer-feeling thoughts about your body, to write down in each sector.
As you search for and write down better feeling statements, you are cleaning up your vibration on the subject (and effectively raising your emotional set point). By the time you get to sector 11, you should already be feeling much better about your object of desire. This better-feeling is the most important indicator you have, it guides you in the right direction. After finishing sector 11, finish the wheel by formulating one final and best feeling statement about your subject of desire. Write it in the outer circle. Depending on how you feel about any subject in your life, you will have to complete a number of Focus Wheels before feeling any release and seeing any changes in your life. Don’t, however, make it a task for yourself. Only do these exercises if it feels good or you will hinder your progress. Here is an example of a completed Focus Wheel:
What do you think you might do a focus wheel on? What is the most pressing issue for you at the moment that would benefit from a clean up?
Let me know your thoughts and feedback below 🙂