The Focus Wheel
The Focus Wheel is a manifesting tool by Abraham Hicks. I have seen many different versions of it. In today’s post, I share my take on how to work with this tool. And there is (of course) a Tarot spread that you can use together with the FW.
Download blank FW sheets HERE.
You can use the FW to manifest any desire. This could be anything from achieving material goals and getting the ‘stuff’ you want to attain wisdom and higher learning.
In the middle circle, write a sentence that summarises your desire. Keep your focus statement positive and in the now. Avoid ‘I want’ and ‘I will,’ as well as any negative expressions. Do the same with the 12 supporting sentences that should be based on your own real-life experiences.
Make sure that your sentences are believable to you so that you don’t create resistance to what you wish to manifest. Esther Hicks equates getting onto a focus wheel that is amped up ‘beyond belief’ to trying to get onto a merry-go-round that is moving too fast.
You can create a new wheel at the start of every day if you like, or you can work with the same Focus Wheel for a set period, such as three days or a week. It works well if you stick with the same theme for a few days. But you can amp the energy and magnetism up gradually (keeping in step with what you feel and believe to be true).
You may wish to say the 12 supporting sentences out loud x 3, three times a day. Finish each round by stating your focus sentence. By the end of the three rounds, you will have plenty of positive energy to put into your focus sentence.
You can listen to an example of Esther Hicks walking a person through how to use the Focus Wheel on YouTube.