Knowing how to prepave a future experience is one of the easiest ways for you to influence your reality as a conscious creator, and a powerful tool to have in your deliberate creation toolbox.
What is Prepaving?
Pre-paving is a simple process offered by Abraham-Hicks where you use the power of your imagination to see and feel how you want an experience to unfold before it happens in reality. It is highly effective and increases the chances of an experience going the way you want.
You can use this technique for any future event or experience, such as traveling, a job interview, seeing the doctor or dentist, making a phone call, or anything else that you would like to have a positive outcome.
How to Prepave
Prepaving allows you the opportunity to practice the vibrational alignment of what you want so you can get out ahead of the manifestation and achieve your desired outcome.
The process is simple. Choose a future event and think about it:
- What are you going to do?
- What are you going to say?
- How do you want to feel?
- What’s the overall vibe?
- What does the outcome look like?
For example, if you are going to travel and you know your flight is long, you might want to imagine the following details:
- Your flight leaves on time
- You feel relaxed and at ease
- You share your space on the plane with quiet, polite, uplifting people
- The flight attendants are friendly and attentive
- You are able to sleep easily through most of the flight
- You feel comfortable
- Time flies by quickly
- You arrive safely
Remember to keep it positive and have fun with the process. If you feel any resistance (beliefs that it isn’t possible to have your desired outcome), then keep it general: “Everything goes smoothly. I feel relaxed and at ease.”
For increased focus and to give it extra power, I encourage my clients to write it out using the scripting technique. The more time you spend prepaving the event and thinking about it in a positive way, the better the outcome will be.
If you have any fun stories to share about pre-paving, I’d love to hear them in the comments!