This writing is built around the English word ‘compassion’. I first began to explore the deeper meaning of the word when I heard many years ago Gregg Braden speak about the view of a spiritual leader of a Tibetan monastery that compassion is – according to Eastern spiritual tradition – the highest goal of man. This statement confused me.
I have always thought that spirituality raises us above time and place, so that we have the opportunity to be uplifted from the circumstances and events in the material world. So what does compassion actually mean? The word compassion is given meanings such as mercy, empathy, pity, grace, sympathy, understanding etc. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word compassion as an awareness that is compassionate and able to relate to another person’s pain and seeks to alleviate them. Empathy, or the ability to put oneself in someone’s shoes is considered the highest value of a Christian.
Although the qualities I have listed above are virtues, I do not think there is anything spiritual in them. Every person with a healthy self-esteem and an instinct of self preservation acknowledges them in childhood. Many spiritual teachers highlight the importance of empathy and regard it as the highest virtue of man, which it in many ways is. Many people seem to consider empathy as a measure of their spirituality: the more vulnerable they are to being hurt on behalf of others, the more spiritual they regard themselves.
Large groups of people have based their lives on other people’s compassion for themselves. If you do not endlessly want to listen to these people’s attempts to manipulate you, you will be denounced a racist or a supporter of “white supremacy” or otherwise inhuman and cold-hearted. I myself have had such accusations, because I expect things to happen, as has been agreed. It is natural that things do not always go according to plan. I blow the whistle to bring an end to the game, if the reasons for failures start to sound like compiled explanations.
There is a trap associated with empathy (humanitarianism) that I wrote about back in October 2017 in my article “Jesus Lifts Your Energy”. Empathic people, who are involved in humanitarian work and respect human rights, sympathize with the people and their problems they are assisting so closely, that the vibrational frequency of their energy field becomes as low as that of the people they are helping. As a consequence, they lose contact with their own inner being and begin to act on the level of ego consciousness. They become “blind guides of the blind”, who have hardly anything to give to those they help.
It seems that a large portion of the world’s population has fallen into the trap of empathy as famous and influential people around the world begin to support “peaceful” riots by vandals, anarchists and the far left rather than supporting those, who want constructive cooperation. With common sense this is impossible to understand.
My confusion about this matter began to dissipate when I heard Abraham say that compassion is not empathy (although it requires it to some extent). Compassion is man’s ability to see himself and each other from the perspective of God, through the eyes of their inner being. It is not our job to sympathize with each other’s misery and struggle or “bear one another’s burdens”. Our job is to see and support each other’s strengths, internal resources and potential.
In Finland there is a saying: Carried water does not stay in the well. It means there is no point in helping or teaching anyone, who has no desire to learn and succeed on their own. God helps those who help themselves. Our inner being has a connection to the fountain of life. This could be seen as “white supremacy” and I hope it will spread all over the world. All people have an inner being, that is, the opportunity to connect with the source of life.
Just as a tree grows roots, in order to connect to vital resources, people need to have a personal connection to the fountain of life. For as is said: Carried water does not stay in the well.
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I wrote in mid-February about my surreal early year, which I spent in hospital for examinations. On the second evening I meditated in the patient room and I felt like laughing Buddha, with no worries at all. My loving heart and intellectual body is all I need. I was especially happy that I was so glad and carefree, even though I had heard the day before that there was a malignant tumor in my right kidney.
For the previous day’s procedure, I had had a CT scan a week earlier, just in case. When the doctor told me about the tumor, I was waiting for access to a procedure. A nurse had given me some medicine a moment earlier. I saw the doctor talking to me, but his words didn’t touch me at all. “OK, my body can handle this,” I thought.
I didn’t think about it further than until the next morning. I spent an uncomfortable night and the doctors came for a round in the morning. They talked to each other about the discovery and the necessary referrals and follow-up. “At some point, there’s a kidney removal ahead,” someone said. I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. The doctors seemed to be making plans before they had even properly talked with me about the tumor. Kidney removal was not even an option in my mind. I didn’t want to think such a radical treatment at first.
Doctors scheduled a CT scan for the same day to find out, if the tumor had spread to other organs. They found changes in the lungs that they considered metastases. A sample of the tumor was taken. It showed that it was a cancerous tumor. It was over 10 cm long and the right kidney was dilated disproportionately compared to the left. When I looked at it from the doctor’s computer, I wondered, how can an organ enlarge so much without affecting the functioning of the organ in any way.
“These usually lead to death,” the doctor said with a serious face. “Why does he say that to me?” I asked myself. Did I give too carefree an impression of myself? Did he want to say that there was no reason to be happy and carefree, but I should start planning my cancer treatments with a wrinkle on my forehead? Was he like the doctors, who wrote in my papers 40 years ago that I am not aware of the seriousness of my situation?
Personally, I didn’t feel the tumor threatened my life in any way. God knows how long it has taken that the tumor has reached its present dimensions. However, at no point has it given clear signs of itself. I thought it was crazy that doctors wanted to send me to an operating table with such a hurry. I wanted to focus on my rehabilitation, digest the whole thing and keep my antenna tuned to every direction. During four months I told about my diagnose only to my younger sister and my assistant.
My sister said I should listen to the doctors. “The surgery only removes what doesn’t belong in the body,” she said. If only that would be the case. In practice, however, surgery removes a functioning kidney. Doctors said the tumor may spread, after which the situation will be difficult, if not impossible, to correct with surgery. In addition, the tumor may cause complications, in the worst case a pulmonary embolism, and that would be my end.
Although the tumor has not given clear signs of itself, no-one can say, how it affects my overall condition. I read in a forum that a woman’s heart problems and anemia with its ramifications vanished after kidney removal.
Despite of all the warnings, I don’t feel threatened in any way. I can’t make decisions based on someone’s fear of the situation becoming incorrigible. I don’t think there are bad cells in the body that are trying to conquer the body and break it down from within. I believe that the cells have the ability to maintain my health, if I make sure that they have everything they need, especially connection to the source energy. When it comes to my own health and well-being, the most important thing is what I personally believe in and what I think.
Because doctors couldn’t change my mind concerning the surgery they sent me to the palliative health care unit that gives holistic support care. I thought that it is just the right place for me, so that I can digest everything in peace and consider all alternatives for my treatment.
Purpose of Health Care: Activation and Maintenance of the Defense Mechanisms of the Body
When the most significant thing to my health and well-being is, what I believe, do, and think, it can be said that all extracorporeal interventions are “belief treatments”, which is a derogatory expression in Finland for the treatments of alternative medicine. They are based on the belief that the measures have a positive effect on health and on the balance of the body. The means used by school medicine are also such.
I do not want this in any way to belittle the achievements of medicine: I am aware that I would have died for more than 40 years ago, if medicine would not have targeted treatments to different situations. I just want to say that medicine still has a long development process ahead before we are in an optimal situation. The fact that doctors want to remove a functioning kidney with the tumor is a reminder to me of people’s tendency to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
There are many documented cases around the world of tumors spontaneously dissolving. The clearest example is the energy healing witnessed by Gregg Braden at a medicineless hospital in Beijing. He was able to watch in real time from a monitor the disappearance of a tumor. The fact that someone says energy healing is based on belief treatments and the placebo phenomenon does not change the fact that they happen.
Speaking of placebo: who remembers the young Danish man I wrote about in June 2013? The man took part in a clinical trial. During the experiment, he tried to commit suicide by eating all the medications he received.
The suicide attempt failed. The man began to feel very sick and sought treatment. In the hospital, he lost consciousness for a moment. The doctors considered the situation serious when they could not get the man’s condition stabilized and finally, contacted the doctor in charge of the drug experiment. Everyone was baffled when it turned out that the man was in the placebo group for the drug trial. He had ingested calcium tablets. When it became clear to the man that his life was not in danger, the functions of his body stabilized within 15 minutes.
This is a clear example of what fear causes and what happens when the body’s own defense mechanisms go out and, thanks to positive outlooks, are reactivated. All health care is based on this; the human body is a psychophysical entity that should be treated as such.
I believe that the operating principle of energy treatments is as simple as the effect of massage on muscles. The masseur manipulates the muscles so that muscle cramps and stiffness give up, allowing energy and fluids to circulate freely in the body. An energy healer works in the same way, but the action takes place at the level of the energy body. An energy therapist manipulates the energy field so that energy locks disappear and the body’s own defense mechanisms are activated.
Doctors, therapists and energy healers do not cure or rehabilitate anyone themselves. Even the best therapist or doctor cannot rehabilitate or heal their client unless they have the ability to activate the clients own physical and mental resources. This is what I wish for myself and everyone else.
One of Abraham’s most powerful teachings is when they talk about people’s tendency to get stuck in what’s happening and what they are observing. We try to see our sensory perception from as many points of view as possible, but by doing so, we usually focus on the problem at hand, although we could focus on solving the problem. Many people regard it as a merit that we keep our feet firmly on the ground and “face the realities as they are”. This kind of thinking slows down our development, because by focusing on what we see, we create nothing new. The Law of Attraction provides us with what our thoughts are focused on, so today’s realities will be repeated in the future.
In Abraham’s view, people should let go of their tendency to simply react to what is happening and let things carry themselves, as if they had no control over things themselves. Instead of being reactive, we should be proactive and start consciously creating our own reality. The saying “facing realities as they are” can be seen from many viewpoints. What matters most in interpreting things is what we want to believe in and focus our attention on. We ourselves can create our realities.
In one video, Abraham tells a story of a woman complaining that she is very sad since her lover left her. Abraham explained to the woman that she is not sad, because her lover left her. The woman had found the best of herself during the relationship with that partner, and when the partner left, she yearned for him instead of being herself. This attitude activated in her completely opposite emotions and qualities than she had enjoyed during the relationship. When we say that spouses take pieces of us with them this happens only, if we allow it to happen.
I no longer have this kind of relationship problems. However, while in the hospital, I turned my attention to a different kind of reality that has kept me in its grip for the last decades. It’s about my bladder problems, or an overactive bladder. In the last decades I have allowed my symptoms in many respects to determine my life. I have thought that I just have to live with that problem and that has practically meant that I have not seized my opportunities. I have not participated in festivities and countless times I have not gone to a friend’s summer cottage, because participation without enjoyment was not appealing. Even when I go outdoors I choose my route so that I always know where the toilets are. This has meant that I have not gone to the actual outdoor routes at all.
My situation has not been too depressing for me, because my overall condition has been satisfying. In any case, it has been more rewarding to be immersed in my various projects at the computer. They have often taken all my time, 12 hours a day. Going to the shop has been my only outdoor activity.
However, in recent years, nature has become increasingly attractive to me and I really want to go out and enjoy my time. But how could this suddenly be possible now? The answer to this problem came as naturally as the nurses put a diaper on me in the hospital. I was glad that I was able to enjoy my time for once without the need to think about going to the toilet.
Prejudice Blocking Our Thinking
As I enjoyed the new feeling of freedom caused by the diaper I recalled those times, when I had been somewhat confused when watching various royal, political or religious ceremonies on television that follow a strict etiquette and often last many hours, such as the Pope’s Easter Mass. Subconsciously I have always been pondering the question of how people control their bladder in these events. I realized that certainly many have a diaper on. Like many professional workers, who must be fully prepared and operational for hours without the opportunity to go to the toilet or where going to the toilet could endanger the entire ongoing operation. Not to mention sports and competition enthusiasts, who want to focus on what they are doing. Diaper allows an uninterrupted night’s sleep for a person, who would otherwise have to go to the bathroom several times a night.
When you consider the freedom that diapers allow, it is strange that diapers are perceived as a care item for babies, the elderly, and the sick. It is common sense that diapers should be seen as neutral as women’s sanitary napkins. I have not been stuck by these stigmatizing thoughts in relation to diapers, but by my own thought that I will not bath my butt in a wet diaper. In the hospital I noticed that diapers are super absorbent, and they never feel uncomfortably wet. While reviewing the adult diaper supply online, I noticed that the most absorbent diapers can hold more than four liters of pee.
In the future, I won’t let my symptoms limit my activities at all. I will focus on, how I can make the most of the freedom I have discovered. Diaper pants on and off we go!
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The beginning of the year was surreal. I was in a hospital for examination and initially I had to spend one night there. The next day, however, the doctors wanted to do another procedure, which meant that I had to stay in the hospital for two nights.
The first night in the hospital had been such a pain: the hard bed pressed on my hip bones, it was so narrow that I couldn’t even turn my side, my roommate snored (earplugs helped a bit) and I had headache. The thought of another night under the same circumstances seemed intolerable.
I felt a strong inner urge to meditate to form a clear picture of my situation so I could speak my mind. I did not want to depend solely on doctors’ opinions concerning my health. “How can I focus my thoughts and meditate here in the patient room, where the nurses do their work non-stop and my roommate has constantly visitors,” I asked myself. My assistant found one bluetooth earpiece in her bag. It was better than nothing.
In the evening, I listened to meditation music on Youtube on my mobile phone to calm my mind. I had an earpiece in one ear and an earplug in the other. The roommate’s conversation faded into the background. After two hours, the earpiece was out of power. Now what?
I switched the music video to another and left it quietly playing on my bedside table to focus my thoughts. Soon the music started to play in my ears as loud as if I had earphones. I thought maybe I should lower the volume so my roommate wouldn’t be disturbed.
As I focused my thoughts on music, it took me straight to the good-feeling place, where I wanted to be. I was like a laughing Buddha. I didn’t think of anything. I fell deeper and deeper into my well-being. I have everything I need: a loving heart and trillions of perfect body cells. It was one of the most appreciative and loving moments I have experienced. I had diaper on and I was very happy to be able to enjoy my time for once without having to think about toilet visits.
Occasionally my roommate’s conversation stopped altogether and there was peace all around. Only the music was playing in the background. After the evening tea, the nurses changed my diaper, I brushed my teeth and went to bed. Before falling asleep, I tried to put my insights on my health in a verbal form. At night my roommate didn’t snore or at least I didn’t hear it. I slept like a log until morning. In the morning, I was able to clearly present my point of view to the doctors, considering my overall situation.
Body Cleansing In Meditation
I had come home from the hospital the previous evening. The next day I was dizzy and so tired I couldn’t even think of anything. My body was filled with foreign substances injected into my veins during the examinations, such as anesthetics and contrast agents and God knows what. I went to bed after lunch and when I woke up in the late afternoon I was very happy. I could hardly wait to meditate and listen (and watch) to the music video on my television.
I listened to the whole three hour music video. At the end of the video I lifted my cloak at the whim of the moment. My thighs and upper front body were filled with red-white spots, as if I had some kind of a pox disease. “I’m allergic to meditation,” my ego said. However, I had inner knowledge that my body was undergoing major cleaning. I became a confirmation of this when I noticed that unlike earlier in the day, my urine was very cloudy and dirty looking.
The next day, I meditated on the same 528 Hz music for seven hours. I wanted to immerse myself into the good feeling. Within hours, I noticed that the skin eruption on my body was spreading. In the evening, the thighs and the front of the torso were completely red. The skin was slightly swollen, as in burns. However, the skin felt normal except a slight feeling of heat when I touched the skin.
My body seemed to have removed foreign substances from my body on an accelerated process. I had cloudy, blood-stained urine that seemed to have bloody pieces of mucosa in it. I was feeling relieved and happy. When I saw the hospital examination papers on my desk, they seemed to be someone else’s papers.
Intelligence of Our Bodies
I write in my article Gods Temple in My Heart that the divine part in us is like an old water well, hidden deep in a forest, whose lid is under moss, leaves and brushwood. The decaying layers of the lid are ballast of the ego, and once we have cleared access to the well, we have a direct connection to the fountain of life, which is our intuitive mind.
This all is magnificent, wonderful and delightful. However, the divine side within us is not limited to our hearts. Our whole body is a temple of God. It consists of tens of trillions of cells that are intelligent beings. They have a direct connection to the source energy, which is the breeding ground for all things. They operate under the Law of Attraction, know their function, and know exactly what they need to accomplish their task. So they have the ability to maintain body health and good condition, if they have a constant connection to the source energy.
However, this is often not the case, as most people live at the level of ego consciousness. Everything is based on liberty and free will and the cells of the body are “at the mercy” of the ego as to whether they have a connection to source energy. Cells do not automatically maintain body condition and health. Our egos think they know everything better than our intuitive minds or intelligent cells, so they are subordinate to ego’s thoughts, perceptions and beliefs. The cells can only function within the limits set by the ego.
However, we can consciously break the vicious circle created by the ego. When we quiet the resistant thoughts and confused mind of the ego in meditation, our energy begins to vibrate with our intuitive mind at the same frequency, the cells are connected to the source energy and can fulfil their original purpose.
They remove metabolic waste and foreign substances from our bodies, break down foreign elements into atoms and flush them down the drain and maintain our health and physical condition. It is only a question of allowing it to happen.
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Abraham Hicks: You Are so Close To Manifest What You Want
Esther Hicks channels a collective consciousness that she calls Abraham. It guides humanity in the non-physical world in eternity we call heaven. Abraham says that before being born into physical bodies in this finite world of time and place, humans are eternal spirit beings in the non-physical world, which is pure positive energy. There is no contrast, so humans are born into physical bodies and, through their own creation on earth, influence the expansion of the universe, clarifying its consciousness.
When born into physical bodies, humans retain their non-physical energy body, which lives under the Law of Attraction. In that way we have a connection with the non-physical world. This connection is our Inner Being, which is the divine side within us. Its essence is love and it is the highest vibrational frequency that knows our personal spiritual path thoroughly. Whenever the contrasts we encounter in our lives cause us to set personal preferences and goals for things, our Inner Being affiliates with them and collects all the corresponding and cooperative components in our energy stream that Abraham calls the Vortex. In this way, our Inner Being possesses everything we can ever desire or hope for. The realization of things is entirely dependent on the relationship we have with the divine side of ourselves, that is, whether our ego is a co-operative partner of our Inner Being.
In addition to the divine side, we have the consciousness of our physical body, that is ego consciousness. Abraham says that people should by no means demonize the ego. It plays an important role alongside the Inner Being. Ego’s job is to sift and sort things according to his own experience and use the emotional guidance system to determine what a person wants and doesn’t want in each situation, and what they want to focus on. Abraham emphasizes that the non-physical world also benefits from human life experiences in their physical bodies and from the spiritual growth and expansion of consciousness caused by those experiences. The spiritual and material worlds are inextricably intertwined with each other.
Negative emotions are a sign that our Inner Being disagrees with our ego, that is, our energy is divided. We feel sad, if we cherish in our minds an image of ourselves or something else that does not correspond to the image of our Inner Being on the same subject. If our energy is split, the Law of Attraction responds to us as vaguely as the energy we radiate. In order to find the truth and most powerfully accomplish what our ego wants, we must tune in to the vibrational frequency of our Inner Being.
Tapping Into Our Power
Abraham says that being aligned with our Inner Being is a natural state of existence. Abraham compares this state to a cork of a bottle, whose natural state is to float on the surface of water. However, human energy usually vibrates at different frequency than that of our Inner Being, so we keep the cork under the water.
The ego has important function to explore the contrasts of the physical world through the five sense organs and to show personal preferences, but the attraction (gravity) of the world holds human mind captive in the world that can be observed with the sense organs. We are not able to rise above time and place, and our thoughts are conditioned to the situation at hand. We define ourselves according to situations and events.
Abraham says that people’s resistance to align with their Inner Being and tap into their true power is incredible. He compares people’s attitude to the divine side in themselves to a situation where someone wants to build a swimming pool in their backyard. The contractor suggests that we can dig the hole by using a digging machine or a teaspoon. In this analogy the digging machine is our Inner Being and the teaspoon is ego’s creative power. Most people find it very difficult to make a spiritual decision between their divine side and the ego, so people continue digging their pools with a teaspoon.
People are conditioned to think that achieving gains requires hard work, struggle and sacrifice. However, it is very easy to break free from the vicious circle of conditional thinking and sceptical mind. It does not matter to our Inner Being, how much bad karma we have accumulated on us. All that matters is what we decide to do now.
All people have to do is to decide that they want to serve their Inner Being. We can accomplish this by starting our day with meditation, when we shut down ego’s conditional thinking and sceptical mind for 15 minutes. This emptying of the mind alone causes our energy to rise and align with our Inner Being. When we are able to maintain the high vibrational frequency of our energy, we see things and events through the eyes of love, for love is the very essence of our Inner Being.
Quieting the voice of ego is the starting point for meditation, but not all thoughts are ego thoughts. Abraham says that people should learn to distinguish when their ego thinks and when they receive a thought. When we receive a thought, it is a message from our Inner Being. The clearest thing that separates messages from the Inner Being from thoughts of the ego’s is that they are not verbal. They are rather impulses and images in mind.
When I write these blog posts I have always wanted to leave ego’s voice out of them. I wanted to focus on what comes from my heart. I feel as if I am constantly fishing at the fountain of life. There is always a fishing line in the water that I follow. Sometimes I just have the feeling that an image of something is raising to my mind. I may not even know what is it all about. As I calmly reel up the fishing line in all peace, things get clear in my mind and after that my job is to put my thoughts in verbal form.
Faith and Desire to Believe
When I listened to Abraham’s teachings it has gradually become clear to me, what happened to me during the weekend at Christmas 1983, when I came to faith, so to speak. I tell about this in my article Temple of God in My Heart. I was visiting my brother and pricked up my ears when listening to his burning confessions about his insights on the Bible.
He said that the Gospel message is as simple as when you get a notification from a post office, that you have a parcel waiting to be picked up: you receive it only when you believe that the notification is real. This truth blew my mind. It was crystal clear: we get what we believe in. This insight immediately aligned me with my Inner Being. It completely changed my attitude towards myself and other people. I no longer thought about negative things. Where I used to see danger and threat, which I had to protect myself from, I saw people, who were more or less, lost in their lives. I had a strong feeling that constructive co-operation with other people would not only better my own situation, but in that way, I could have an impact on other people’s lives as well.
Abraham says that it is important that we always do what we want and cherish positive emotions and act under the guidance of our Inner Being to achieve our goals. In September 2012, I wrote in an article that rather than wanting things, we should focus on what we need. At the turn of this year I had an experience that taught me, why we should listen to what we want.
Last summer I found in a net shop an adorable dress that was just my style. Perfect for me. However, I didn’t order the dress right away and as the months went by I watched the dress online and always thought: I don’t need it now … I don’t need it now … I don’t need it now … By Christmas my size was sold out. There was a size available that was too big for me. However, I thought I could sew it to fit me.
I ordered the dress and within 24 hours I received an email that large sizes were sold out as well. My ego immediately started scolding and blaming me of ruining my opportunity to get the perfect garment by waiting too long. I was annoyed. Why doesn’t the universe deliver me what I want! However, I could still see myself wearing that dress. “It has to mean something”, I thought and followed an impulse to go and see something else on the website. I asked myself, why do I have to look for something else when the dress I ordered is the only thing I want. I thought that there may be something I don’t understand.
I went to the site and opened a page that showed all of the New Year’s sale items. I was browsing through them and when I reached the third page I knew, why I had come to the site “looking for something else”. There was a picture of the dress I wanted as a maxi version. I had seen it several months earlier, but thinking about toilet visits I thought it was impractical. That’s why I wanted an above-knee version of the dress. Now I thought that I could wear the long model, if I sew a slit behind it, if it doesn’t have one already. If I wanted to, I could shorten the dress and I would have plenty of beautiful fabric to make another nice garment.
I immediately sent a message to the customer service saying that I wanted a long model of the dress that was no more available. It was available in my size. It was a bit more expensive than the short model and I asked where could I pay the difference.
The next morning when I woke up, I had in my mind a picture of myself wearing a dress I had ordered. When I opened my phone, I received a message from the customer service with a link and instructions on how to pay the price difference. I was rejoicing with my Inner Being that I had been a cooperative component and was able to guide things on the right track.
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