I have my phone alarm set for all the times that Abraham-Hicks are scheduled to have a seminar broadcast on hayhouseradio.com and this morning was one of those times. Today's broadcast was a seminar from Chicago on May 25, 2002. I LOVE these seminars and always gain new insight while listening. This one was all about the benefits of doing "virtual reality" which is spending a few minutes visualizing a place, feeling good there (not trying to fix anything while there) and that's it. "Get in, feel good, get out" as Abraham would put it.
Twice a day my phone alarm rings to remind me to take five and do these visualizations. I thought of Paris today and walking down des Champs-Élysées. However, the memory of an actual day doing just that when I traveled there some years ago came rushing into my mind along with the feelings I'd felt then. I knew that wouldn't work for the practice of the exercise because I was bringing reality into my virtual reality place. So, I picked a new place. I went instead to my tried and true Serengeti and feasted my eyes on a beautiful lion with a full mane who turned to look at me as I gazed upon his beauty.
That felt so nice and reminded me of my little foster kittens who are consistently a source of love for me. It's interesting, as I'm writing this, and you are reading this, you might get the impression that the practice of doing a virtual reality exercise (as taught by Abraham-Hicks) is something to do when you're feeling down to help make you feel better. Au contraire, it's a place to go to simply practice the vibration of feeling good and to practice vibrational alignment with well-being. The idea is that by doing so, you get so good at feeling good and so good at recognizing the vibration of feeling good and so good at making the feeling good vibration dominant in your life, that you can maintain that vibration, which is the vibration of allowing, no matter what is happening around you.
Practicing virtual reality is just another game of life which I love. I wish you moments of feeling good for the sake of feeling good. Be well.