The Virtual Reality Process
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The Virtual Reality Process

In the book Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks, Abraham offers twenty-two processes to assist you in releasing resistance and raising your vibration. They recommend taking a playful approach to their processes as you will hold less resistance than if you see them as tools to fix something that is broken.

Process #4 is Virtual Reality.

Abraham suggests using this process when:

  • You are feeling good and want to practice a vibration of allowing.
  • You find yourself remembering a pleasant experience and want to extend the feeling longer and even move it to a better place.
  • You have extra time and want to spend it in a pleasant way.

With the Virtual Reality process, you get to choose all the details about a moment in time, just like a director in a movie would do.

To begin this process, first decide:

  • Where does this scene take place? Choose a location that feels really good to you. It can be a place you may have visited, heard about, seen in a movie, or even imagined.
  • Is it indoors or outdoors?
  • What time of day is it? Morning, afternoon, or evening? Is the sun just coming up or going down? Is it broad daylight?
  • What does the air feel like? What is the temperature?
  • How are you dressed?
  • Who else is there? It doesn’t matter if you are alone or with someone else, but it is important that if you choose to have someone else with you in your Virtual Reality that it feels good to have them there.
  • What kind of mood are you in? Are you laughing? Are you sitting quietly contemplating?
  • If you have someone with you, what do you say to each other?

The purpose of this Virtual Reality process is to activate vibrations within you that put you in a place of allowing. You get to imagine precisely the way you want it to be, and like working a muscle, the more you do it, the better it will work for you. This process will help you train yourself to feel better more of the time.

The Virtual Reality process works best if you get into the scene, bring yourself to a place of feeling good, and then get out. If you stay too long, you might get too practical and try to reform people or fix things.

You can use this process when you’re driving, standing in line, lying in bed, or even just set some time aside to do it.

As you create scenarios that make you feel good, you activate a vibration that does feel good, and then the Law of Attraction matches that vibration. And as Abraham says – “there is nothing more important than that you feel good, and there is nothing better than creating images that cause you to feel good.”

Important side note – Abraham says:

“Do not use this process to try to improve a specific existing situation, because in your attempt to fix something, you will bring the existing vibration into your Virtual Reality, and in doing so, you will lose the power of the Virtual Reality Process.”

As you practice the Virtual Reality process and stimulate your imagination more, you will not only find it to be a delightful, fun, and good-feeling way to spend some time, you will discover that your dominant vibration on other subjects in your life are changing, and your life experiences will begin to reflect these wonderful improvements.

To learn more about the Virtual Reality process, read Ask and It Is Given – a valuable book to have in your conscious creation library.

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