Messages & Channelings

Every thought vibrates, every thought radiates a signal and every thought attracts a matching signal back. We call that process the Law of Attraction.

We have enjoyed this interaction immensely. It is delicious. It is intoxicating. It is fulfilling. It is satisfying. It is beyond verbal description to interact with the likes of you. It is thrilling to know what you are about. It is exhilarating to anticipate what is before you. It is satisfying to see the expertise with which you are evaluating your experience.

Abraham Hicks > Forgiveness

Questioner: I was reading something that Wayne Dyer wrote, that if you don't get past forgiving and resentment, you can forget about getting to a higher spiritual level. How do you know when resentment is resolved, or how do you know that you've forgiven?

We are called Abraham and we are speaking to you from the Non-Physical dimension. Of course, you must understand that you also have come forth from the Non-Physical dimension, so we are not so different from one another. Your physical world has come forth from the projection of the Non-Physical.

Co-creating with another person can be fabulous. Two or more people thinking a little differently -- can add balance and breadth, and depth, to one another's desires. Two people, master minding, can add power to a desire.



Abraham Hicks > Come this way

We promise you, once you get in the rhythm of remembering Law of Attraction, and once you deliberately, day by day-- you see we're not teaching you how to line up with your energy so that you'll get your stuff. Oh you'll get your stuff. The manifestations must come. But we're not teaching you to line up with your desire so that the manifestations will occur.

Life is supposed to be fun for you. Life is not meant to be a struggle. And if you are struggling in some aspects of your life, then you are going
about it in a way your Inner Being does not.




All things do resolve themselves, if allowed. All things do. ALL things do resolve themselves -- if allowed

You say, "Some things resolve themselves," and you believe that. And when we say all things resolve themselves, you don't really believe that. You want to, but you don't have personal proof about it.





Guest: I have a personal question about developing the ability to let go of things from the past. I can see that my now is colored by all of these things. And it's difficult for me not to constantly remind myself that I missed out on this or that.



Are you among the rare humans who have come to appreciate the contrast of your time and place?

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