My Honest Review: Abraham Hicks Workshop

I just attended an Abraham Hicks workshop recently and felt like I should share what it was like for me, since I always wondered and never really found any interesting reviews prior to attending!

I got a second row seat stage right!

I got a second row seat stage right!

Throughout this whole experience I felt a little anxious and nervous, mostly because I was excited and that made me have ants in my pants (I was anxious and nervous in the eager kind of way), as I had been listening to Abraham recordings on YouTube almost nonstop for an entire year! On top of that I had been reading their books for even longer.

I didn’t read and listen to Abraham because I needed to know what was going on and validate that. I had an experience in 2012 where I trained myself, thought by thought, into a state of pure clarity and all-knowing understanding, and I saw myself and the world as it truly was for a period of time. What I found from listening to Abraham Hicks after was that everything they describe and “tell us we should do” is exactly what I experienced. I didn’t achieve it through following their teachings. I achieved it through thought cleansing, removal of all obstacles and “bugs” (as Andy Shaw would say), and my vision transformed into a state of pure knowing for about a month’s time. The closest I’ve felt the experience I had being described was in Anita Moorjani’s beautiful book, Dying to be Me where she describes her near death experience and what she saw from that perspective. I also found Anita’s book two years after my experience.

AHP Workshop timer

The workshop timer

Going to the workshop was something I had wanted to do for a long time because I had a couple of questions. I was really eager to ask some of my questions.

I arrived and found a great spot next to a few nice people. One thing I felt throughout the workshop was a level of trust I don’t usually have. I trusted leaving my bag on my spot, I trusted everyone would be kind, I trusted everything would work out really well. It felt like there was an understanding that we were all in there as positive, support for each other. And I experienced that in the first moments where I didn’t have the right change for a product I wanted to purchase. The lady next to me gave me the change I was missing – and said “that’s for you!” I was so happy and touched it was like one of those good help-people-out experiences (which in general life I tend to not have). I felt like this place was really cool, everyone at least tried to know and act on what was positive and helpful.

However as this feeling prolonged and grew and the more it stretched out, the stranger it felt. The workshop itself was pretty much as I expected – Esther introduced herself, she connected to Abraham and began speaking Abraham’s message. They always kind of have a “talk point” – the grid, high-flying disc, upstream or downstream, let go of the oars, path of least resistance, unconditional love, the vortex – the talk points of the workshops lately have been path of least resistance and unconditional love. It was cool to see it happening live and that feeling of “You can’t be sure what’s coming next,” although if you’ve been listening to Abraham for a long time, they kind of give the same message in different ways. Then they get someone in the “hot seat” and answer their questions, have segments of refreshment every hour of talking, then call on more people and do the same. That’s pretty much how the workshop goes, and that was what happened.

In regard to the uncomfortable feeling I was talking about, first of all, it seemed like everyone there had some dramatic story they overcame – as Abraham would say, “dig yourself a hole to climb into and everyone will clap when I climb out.” Left and right hearing people interact with each other, all I heard was “yeah I was having such a difficult time and then this and that happened to me and I found Abraham/angel cards/I got into my vortex and everything’s been like yeah, SO AWESOME. SO GLAD TO BE HERE. ALL IS WELL.” And “well two years ago I had this spiritual experience where these spiritual beings talked to me.” And “I had the worst time for a long time then, I realized it’s all my resistance I just gotta get into my vortex and now everything in my life is so awesome it’s just so so good. My life is so good. So good. I’m SO in the vortex all the time now, THANKS TO ABRAHAM.” – just things of this nature everywhere. I felt uncomfortable because I knew I had a broader perspective experience, but honestly, I would never share it like that. I share it lightly/generally here to contextualize, and I share it to people who seek answers. I never once during that workshop ever shared my experience, and the sharing of these things made it really strange, almost like an attempt to self-validate.

The other thing I noticed was that while Abraham was talking, people all around would be like “MMM.” “Yes.” “Yeah.” But mostly, “Mmm.” Over and over again while Abraham was talking. And it was from this  that I realized what felt so wrong about the workshop: This is what happened when I attended Christian retreats. The pastor would be talking (and I’m not Christian at all), and I’m interested to hear what he has to say, and then it needs to be interrupted by these little sounds all around me going “Mmm.” It was the singly most frustrating and annoying thing for me about attending Christian retreats. It’s as if people need to say Mmm to validate themselves and their own “beliefs” about what they “believe” in (and if you’ve studied a bug free mind, you’ll know how useless/damaging “believing” something is). The other similarity I heard during the workshop was that people would end their interactions with one another with “All is well.” It was the exact same energy as how people in the church ended sentences with “Jesus loves you.” I found these things ironic because a lot of “New Age/New Thought” community individuals condemn organized religions, especially Christianity. True, the new thought community has completely opposite premises, but I found that the energy of group, the energy of inclusive vs exclusive, the energy of us vs them, was exactly the same.

About the workshop, I never got to ask  my questions, and I was disappointed by a couple of people they did choose. I know that I would have felt the same way with what I’ve written above regardless of whether I got chosen or not. I still found the insights Abraham sharing to be wonderful messages, but the way people received them felt uncomfortable and unsettling. As an addendum, Abraham always says your question will be answered whether or not you get called up, well mine weren’t.

At the end of the day, I think what I understood from the workshop was this one really strange idea I did not consider prior to attending. When this guy asked if he could drink poison and have his body convert it to protein if he were in full alignment, Abraham asked him in the state of pure alignment, do you think you would feel inspired to drink poison? And everyone laughed, saying no. I realized by the end of the workshop that in the state of pure alignment, I personally would not be inspired to sign up and attend a workshop. I still love and listen to/read Abraham Hicks, but attending a workshop kind of felt like an older tooth-fairy experience for me. At the end of the day, words don’t teach, only experience does. It’s down to you, and I’m sure Abraham wouldn’t hesitate to endorse that one.

I’m grateful to have the opportunity to attend a workshop in person, and I trust that sharing my experience can help out and give some insight to some people who consider attending Abraham Hicks workshops!

xxx,

Catt

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34 thoughts on “My Honest Review: Abraham Hicks Workshop

  1. Many thanks for sharing! I greatly appreciate your candor, as I contemplate going to the Orlando workshop this weekend myself. It touches on many of my questions and your observations are attuned.

    • Hi Caramellei! Thanks for coming to my blog and commenting. I think it was an important piece of my understanding, as I idealized the idea of being with “like-minded individuals”. Like I said, the concepts themselves were great (but also nothing too new from what you’d find on youtube) but the overall experience honestly didn’t feel good to me, actually kind of unsettling. At the end of the day, everything is already within you already! Abraham may help you pull that out, but at the same time it’s already there in you. Trust you’ll make the right decision! xx Catt

  2. Thanks – this was a great article, and makes total sense. I was/am intending to go in order to see whether or not it would be helpful or influential to me to just be close to or around someone who I think is really plugged in at the time (Esther) and to see if I can sort of feel or observe the way she feels when she is tranced out or whatever she exudes when “they” speak. Crowd and robots aside, did she have a clean or free feeling tone about her when there live? I too, regardless, love the online clips. Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Henry, thanks for visiting and commenting! As a coach I would say honestly the best thing you can do for yourself won’t really come from something like a workshop – that is if you are looking for something that would be helpful or influential. Some people do say they find their questions answered whether they go on the hot seat or not, that wasn’t the case for me. I think there’s a lot of work in these industries that can look very convincing from the outside.
      As for Esther and channeling Abraham, I was always very convinced she was channeling a special benevolent entity, but at the end of the day, it’s like “what Abraham says” – she’s a filter, and if you connect with some source of benevolent entity (which anyone can), it won’t sound like what Esther is producing. Sure, Esther sounds different when channeling Abraham, and no she doesn’t seem tranced out or anything like that. She sounds the way she is on the tapes!
      The only difference I could feel is that as the audience at a live event, you couldn’t know for sure what was coming next, but you kind of could at the same time, because they basically repeat the same message pretty much.
      Trust that helps,
      Catt x

      • Thank you so much for sharing! I was struggling with this bit…. you said in your above response,” As for Esther channeling Abraham, if you connect with some source of benevolent entity(anyone can), it won’t sound like what Esther is saying”. You’re saying it won’t, So basically like a Disbelief in 1 God/Creator? I’m just really curious, because I’ve heard an audio or two (and we have a workshop coming up), and I thought she does reference “Source” and people can take that as they may…. will you be so kind to elaborate, and I really appreciate your review!

      • Hi there! Everyone has their filter and the questions they ask are different, so that’s what I mean by it won’t sound the same. However truth is always the same – whether it’s Jesus or Buddha or Abraham (or me! When I’m tuned in that is ;)). The interpretation will depend on where the person is at. So it’s like Truth is truth, however the way we dress up the explanation of truth will all be different. The way I talk about truth is different than the way Esther speaks of truth, even if it’s the same underlying principle. Abraham says if you’d like to connect with the entity of Abraham it will sound different when you channel them because of your filter. It’s basically because of the questions you would ask, even if you have the same person asking a question to Esther channeling Abraham and someone else channeling Abraham. Your personal filter will color it. That’s my take on it! Blessings! How did the workshop go for you? ❤ Catt xx

  3. Coming back just to say THANKS for introducing me to Andy Shaw. His perspective is so wonderful, and free of dogma of any type. Thanks you, thank you, thank you Catherine!

    • Hey Henry, glad you love it! It’s you who attracted it into your life, so great job 😉
      I love Andy’s work, it just makes sense!
      Have fun and great to connect with you!
      xx
      Catt

  4. Hello cat!

    Thank you for your input, I am currently deciding if i want to go or not. I have been listening to her tapes and reading her books trying to put everything together to see what works best for me on achieving my goals (or as Esther would put it “achieving the feeling is what we are going for or experience”) but it seems all her information is repetitive, Not sure if i want to go and pay the price.
    I am glad i came across your site, now i am interested on the books you recommended. Thanks!

    • Hi Rosa! I’m glad you found value in reading my blogpost! I agree, it’s quite repetitive if you’ve been listening to it a lot. It can be interesting to hear what they offer but ultimately you’re your best guide. I love Andy’s books for that reason, and if you’re interested you can download my workbook for uplifting your vibe – it complements Andy’s books a lot and gives you a space to journal some concepts that are taught in the books!
      xx
      Catt

  5. Hey Catt!
    I started listening to Abraham after realizing a few things myself, and I feel like I’m in a position of taking what I want from this. For example I am not sure I agree with “laws of the universe” and “always” “only” and similar words. This is also the reason why I feel like I have to be highly selective about the workshops i attend, first because they are expensive and second because when you are in a workshop, it wraps itself up around you and you are physically there, sometimes it’s good because you can absorb energies you wouldn’t have through a book, and sometimes negative because you are vulnerable and easier to influence. I like to get my info from books, but mainly from life and from my own wonderful mind. (it’s wonderful because it’s mind, not because it’s mine 🙂
    Thank you for your input and greetings from Jerusalem!
    Hilla.

    • Hi Hila! Thank you for your lovely comment! I would personally be weary when it comes to ‘taking what you want’ from things, because your present level of awareness contains certain beliefs that don’t serve you and lack certain beliefs that do serve you. A suggestion I would make is this: ask yourself whether something is true or not, and don’t make a judgment either way. You have to stay open and vulnerable, but be relentless with your questioning to develop a strong sense of self-worth!
      Salutations from Taipei! xx Catt

  6. Hey Catt!
    I started listening to Abraham after realizing a few things myself, and I feel like I’m in a position of taking what I want from this. For example I am not sure I agree with “laws of the universe” and “always” “only” and similar words. This is also the reason why I feel like I have to be highly selective about the workshops i attend, first because they are expensive and second because when you are in a workshop, it wraps itself up around you and you are physically there, sometimes it’s good because you can absorb energies you wouldn’t have through a book, and sometimes negative because you are vulnerable and easier to influence. I like to get my info from books, but mainly from life and from my own wonderful mind. (it’s wonderful because it’s mind, not because it’s mine 🙂
    Thank you for your input and greetings from Jerusalem!
    Hilla.

  7. Hello!

    I’ve been to a few of the workshops.

    My experience…

    Try putting your vibration before any observation(s) if you go again. That in and of itself is vortex-inducing.

    Never expect anything.

    You probably missed a LOT by being blocked emotionally by other people being called upon, and noticing others emotions. I talk to people briefly, then dial competely into what Esther/Abraham says. Period.

    Most people don’t listen with complete clarity. It took years of practice for me personally, but has paid off emotionally.

    I know it sounds weird, but Hick’s joy-based mind-training flat out worked for me. I just worked at it until I started manifesting, and never cease to learn something new from it.

    Stay Blessed!

    • Hi Raymond,

      Thanks for your comment! I agree, focusing on those things probably distracted me, and it was just so surprising my focus just went there automatically. I still love listening to the messages 🙂

      Thanks for sharing and reading my blog!

      Catt xx

  8. Hi Catt
    Thanks for your words. I found them really interesting and perceptive. I’ve listened to Abraham for many years & had many emotional reactions to them, ranging from awe to whoa this is just bonkers. Whatever the feelings, I’ve never stopped being drawn to listening to more. Whoever they are, whatever it is (the Abraham gig) if I use the techniques, exactly as they teach them, they work. That is the measure of it to me. If I listen, connect to my own real feelings and whenever they don’t feel good, look for a way to look at things that feels better to me, if I just do this, make this my focus, something great happens every time. However, the people who go to the events are just that, humans, everyone trying in their own way to belong, feel comfortable, be good enough. I no longer judge people at workshops. God knows I’ve been awkward and unreal myself so many times in my life. None of us are that at ease about articulating our confusion, we just want to ‘get it’. It does, as you observed, sometimes come out in an atmosphere of insincerity, that something is ‘off’. We judge ourselves if we aren’t ‘good’ at things and everyone wants to be a good Aber. The real truth is, Abe is about your relationship with yourself. You have to be authentic about your real feelings. This is where the magic lies. I like to have the feelings I have. It makes me stubborn and rebellious to have to ‘feel good’. That doesn’t feel good to me. So I allow myself to wallow and indulge my ‘negative emotion’…..this works for me. It makes me feel better to just accept where I am. Abraham work is in the end all about practise. It doesn’t matter really what others are doing (though as a curious person I LOVE knowing what others are thinking and feeling about everything). What really matters is practise. Like going to the gym. Just doing it. Keeping going. It works it works it works. That’s what’s so amazing! Anyway, thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Geebz,

      I love the way you’ve described it about people being just people – I think I was really expecting I would connect with many people, and felt disappointed after I realized it wasn’t really what I had hoped for. I agree, it works and it’s true, but I also think there are many paths to this and the perspective Esther and Jerry have shared are not always about them being 100% right all the time and “Abraham said it, therefore it must be true.” Always coming to your own conclusions and I agree, it definitely works!

      Thanks for sharing, I loved your comments and insights!
      – Catt xx

  9. I attended an Abraham workshop back in 2010 in Washington DC. I was reading your page and laughing because like you mentioned, I had also “dug myself in a hole” and through many resources—the Abraham material being one of those—I got well, so at that time, I wanted to see Abraham in person, although can’t really say they were the reason I got well, but I did incorporate their message on how to approach life.

    For me, kind of like you, I left the workshop disappointed. I didn’t have any big revelations, I didn’t really have any questions so can’t say if my questions were answered or not, but sadly enough, what I remember is that one hot seater spent too much time asking questions that I thought weren’t relevant at all, and that person kept going and going, and at some point I did hear the crowd shifting their feet, and when that person finished, it was a big/loud round of applause! I must say though that I didn’t hear any “MMM’s” or any other type of “approving” sounds.

    But indeed…I just stick to listening to the shared abraham messages, but highly doubt I’ll ever go back to normal workshop. Maybe the cruises are better, since you’re hanging out with a bunch of people who are high as a kite on Abraham.

    • Hi Oscar,

      I was surprised that I hadn’t heard much about kind of the other side of the perspective until I attended the workshop, experienced it for myself and then saw some other people mentioning similar things. I remember reading a story after about a cruise workshop where people were just running all over each other to get to the venue and get the good seats while bumping old people over – that gave me a bit of shock, whether it’s true or not, I could see it after attending.

      The other thing I will say is that you get tired! Listening to 15 mins on youtube is one thing, whole hour after hour can actually be tiring and feet-shifting for sure!

      I understand where you’re coming from and I as well just listen once in a while, although I will say a lot less after the workshop!

      Thanks for sharing your insights and commenting!

      Catt xx

  10. Hi Catt,

    I once experienced what I refer to as a period of goldenness. It happened after having attended an EST workshop on communication. For what I believe as some time, although I could not say if it was days or weeks as I no longer experienced time at all. I experienced the oneness with source and all human concerns and circumstances were equal with no energy positive or negative. And others seemed to sense this as they would literally turn to me even if I was walking behind them..and feel compelled to speak with me. It was a time of ease and gentleness without judgement of people or events. At some point I felt an overwhelming feeling of responsibility, maybe fear about what I had experienced and remember consciously “returning” to my way of being prior to the workshop. I have never forgotten the experience and at times I have felt in a similar way, although as of yet never in the same complete way. I would like to speak with more about this if you”re interested.

    Best,
    Hamilton (Yvonne) Gardner

    • Hi Yvonne,

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts here! I love what you’ve written about the experience you had. I’m interested to understand what kind of responsibility you felt – for myself I absolutely loved the experience and would have stayed there forever had I not unconsciously stepped out of it unknowingly. The responsibility I felt that was difficult to cope with was assuming that since now I had done it once, I had to stay in that way. I’m hearing you’re talking more about an obligation to not be in that space?

      Great stuff! I’ll send you an email sometime so we can chat more about it 🙂

      Much love,
      Catt xx

  11. I always noticed that church like response from people during the workshop and also found it kind of weird and almost cult like (which is how I feel about church and religions, kind of), but the difference with abe for me was that it was Abe. That probably sounds totally silly but I get why people nod and agree. This stuff when you follow it is life changing in a good way. I suppose there are a lot of things that when you follow them are that way depending on how you feel about it when you do it (perspective being all of it, if you are positive about it and can keep that outlook then you will find it a positive experience – but of course that right there is something abe says but you don’t find it commonly elsewhere). So I understand it sort of and figure in a little bit of sheep people factor.

    As for the opening up about stuff that you find, I think you find that in a lot whenever you go to any kind of teaching, workshop, etc where people are motivated or inspired by the teacher. I saw it at a few other seminars I went to and I think even at a scientology thing I stupidly went to as a teen. I think people just want to talk about how life changing it was for them, but there’s also probably some aspect of convincing themselves that this is the be all end all that will work for them, which makes a lot of sense given that some of this stuff seems so far fetched when you first come across it. So I consider that the convince myself and others to help me believe it more factor.

    What I noticed the most though when I went to see Abe the first time was the Aura. I still talk to people about this because I knew what aura were but never saw one and did not think I ever could. So I was blown away but the fact that I could see Esther’s so vividly, like almost blindingly so. I was literally in awe of it through most of the workshop and I was in the front row getting a blast of that energy. It was amazing. This was a long time ago and I have not been since then and am thinking I might really love to get a blast of that again. I’m always curious though if others saw the aura. I remember in the workshop I was asking people and some did and some didn’t and I had to explain to people how to see it and then they did (you can’t look right at her or try to see it that way, you have to sort of gaze at her but not look at her or around her, like you are taking in the whole view … it’s a little tricky).

    I think the closer you sit to where she is is when you actually really feel that energy People in the hot seat have said that it’s an amazing feeling. One guy described it as a god like wind tunnel.

    • Hi Adrienne,
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts on your experience, I loved reading about them! What I love the most with what you said was the piece on the convincing element because it seems so far-fetched when you first approach it – this is why I couldn’t click with the people there, because to me none of this is far-fetched, and I’m not trying to “believe” in that when I say that (do I need to “believe” I can go out and get a coffee right now? No, and that’s why I’m actually able to do it with ease). I have already not been convinced but deeply and viscerally experienced a state of knowing around these materials and ideas – I know it at not just the deep level, but the superficial level as well, as if I know when it’s sunny and I don’t put on sunblock I get tanned.

      The convincing piece only blocks the revelatory experiences (that are available to anyone) from occurring, because you don’t know it if you require to convince yourself. That’s what’s important to me – that more people know it, not just get in a state of positive energy from all this talk and feel rah! rah! – because their lives don’t really change, and to me that’s unacceptable. I’m here to get people knowing this stuff so that they can really change their lives.

      Thanks for sharing and discussing these ideas further, really loved reading your comment!

      -Catt xx

  12. I always have been eiked out by workshops for anything. But the opportunity to make like minded friends is why I would go… The Facebook groups are even worse… They say things like your only allowed to post this or that or no one with negative questions can ask they have to ask from the vortex… I just thought that was really out of alignment just to post something like that but I just follow their stuff I don’t really interact

    • Hey Ashley! Totally agree – I think I was ‘hopeful’ (one of my least favorite words) that I would meet like minded people, make friends..not to say I met terrible people or anything like that, but I think I’ve met more like minded friends on whims rather than as an intent for an event or something like that.
      Oh goodness, I haven’t been on the facebook groups haha! Well it certainly can be a distraction, I think especially when they’re free communities and groups there tends to be more trolling and lack of focus. Thanks for sharing! xx Catt

  13. Thanks for writing about your experience. I listened to Abraham and Esther recently on Youtube and totally got what she was saying, however, like you I felt weird too. Something just wasn’t clicking with me. Most of what she says makes sense and I took notes on what spoke to me on my Evernote. It did feel a little churchy/cultish and I’m leery of that since I came out of a small Christian Fundamentalist church and have slowly walked the liberating path away from Christianity unbeknownst to most people I know. They just assume I am Christian. Anyway, I sought out increasing my vibration and found Abraham and Esther. Funny thing is I get what she is saying because once I am in tune with this Energy and Intelligence, I feel myself bring them to every situation and wonderful things happen, especially recently. This is all totally new to me so some of what she says I am a little skeptical about however what I’ve been doing lately is in alignment with what she says and is working. Maybe I’m hesitant to see what will happen when I fully allow this Energy and Intelligence to flow through.

    • Hi Ericka! Thank you for sharing! And for visiting and leaving a comment ❤ Yeah I was asked to be in churches so much (and to smoke weed lol!) so I have that weariness for anything that produces a cult-like energy. I always feel this rush of power when I feel into what's right for me in this moment, and stay nonattached.
      Honestly I'm like reviewing this blogpost and all the comments, I'm like I hope people realize I love Abraham and everything, it was just the experience wasn't what I had expected haha.
      Yes! Stay skeptical and keep questioning. The deeper you question, while staying connected to your feelings, you will get to a very very incredible place..!

      Catt xx

  14. Hi! Thank you for this discussion. Something has felt off to me about Hicks as I’ve gotten into listening on youtube. I want to be devoted to living truthfully, and like you say a lot of what she says feels right, but something about the way she performs struck an uneasy chord in me. She seems condescending and sometimes even hostile, with certain types of people. I have no idea if channeled Abraham would have an ego, or if her ego meshes with Abraham to bring in that aggression, or if I just imagine it. But I can imagine a slightly gentler version of everything she says, although I guess the sass is just a way to get people listening to the clips. It just… seems a bit bullying, and as you said elitist, which is not the vibe I get from others who talk about alignment.
    Your post helps me figure out and understand more about their approach, which helps me know whether to listen or pass. So, thank you! I understand that there are pearls of wisdom in there, so if it’s got something to offer it’s probably still worthwhile.

    • Hello English Roberts! Thanks for your lovely comments, I’m glad you received benefit from reading my blogpost. I actually love the sass it makes me laugh, and I totally know what you mean. I’m not sure I would label it as ego because she’s (I mean Abraham) trying to reguide their focus to the new energy, it just comes across as sassy I suppose! I laugh out loud a lot though haha.
      Keep practicing the discerning! It’s very valuable.
      Oh definitely lots of pearls of wisdom you know as an update I’d like to write a new blogpost about how the recordings now from 2017 and some from late 2016 actually answered my questions from when I attended the workshop. So it’s just a matter of what most people are ready for. It really is a co-creation!

  15. Thank you for sharing your Hicks experience, and I have a question. The positive messages and awareness about energy (CDs, youtube) are amazing. Yet I’ve found after listening for some months, that the messages are sometime in direct conflict with each other. And the underlying message that one is to self-blame for the negative in one’s life due to past or obscure negative thoughts or even saying no is perplexing. I’ve been open, trusting and letting go, yet found myself in an expensive and completely unexpected lesson precisely because I was open and trusting…and no matter, the odd negative crap that’s attached to and continues to be attached to this house (a first for me) is unrelenting despite either my negative, none or positive efforts. For what it’s worth, I walked into a situation, yet this is not what I’ve experienced before or would ever envision for myself.

    • Hello Kathleen! Thanks for checking out my blog and leaving a comment!
      Oo and thank you for asking a question! Although I’m answering this way later, not sure why I didn’t see this earlier haha sorry I’m guessing you’ve resolved the issue by now and perhaps you have the answer!
      My idea on what you’re mentioning would be that you were open, but you are where you are and your vibration is a specific expression, so you attract where you’re at (like the disc analogy).
      And I would add, which also takes the “self-blame” into account – how would you have known to discern these situations if you haven’t gone through them? It’s like that quote – good judgment comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgment.
      I’m going to be doing a video soon on this subject so look out for it! Let me know how it went for you!

      Blessings! ❤ Catt xx

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