A pet rabbit named Jax lives in a room that was recently painted.
When the housepainters were done, they put Jax’s cardboard bunny house and wooden box of shredded paper back in place.
It turns out Jax had a different view of where the house and box belonged.
He nudged the cardboard house with his bunny nose until it was positioned just right. Then he pushed the box of shredded paper to the exact right spot.
“Close” wasn’t good enough for Jax.
After he got things positioned just right, the bunny relaxed.
Likewise, “close” isn’t good enough when we’re positioning our vibration.
There are two ways you typically identify your vibration:
- First is finding the vibration of “where you are”. This equals the emotions that you’re feeling. When doing a process, this would be the negative emotion that you’re feeling from the contrasting situation.
- The second way is when you identify the in-the-vortex equivalent vibration. That would be “where you want to be” and it is opposite to the negative emotion.
Doing that vibrational pairing is a mini-process in itself.
Taking the time to nudge the words until they’re just right is powerful. You’ll feel yourself relax when you hit the emotional words on the nose.
The energy gets focused with the words that describe “how we feel” in the contrast. Nudging around until we get an accurate bead on how we feel is important, because this is where our better-feeling words launch from.
Next we take the list we just came up with of “how we feel” emotions, and we reach for the positive emotion that this negative emotion inspires.
On the Abraham recordings, they say, “When you’re rude, you want to be nicer.”
So if the “how we feel” word is Rude, then Nicer would be the better-feeling word in this example.
However, just because Nicer works as the other side of Rude for some people, it may not work for you.
Perhaps “Respectful” feels like a better fit.
Or maybe Courteous feels more appropriate. Possibly Thoughtful is the better choice.
The only way to know is to nudge around at some different words until you feel that it’s right.
Jax nudged his cardboard house back into the right spot.
And when you nudge around until you find the word that hits the spot, you’ll feel your energy loosen up.
Spend seventeen seconds doing that, and you’ll have done a mini-process quick as a bunny.
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All Abraham material is copyright J&E Hicks. This article represents Teresa Rogovsky's personal understanding of the teachings of Abraham.