The Placemat Process
-An Abraham Hicks Process

Posted on 10 October 2013 by Solveig Edwardsen

The placemat process is a great Abraham Hicks process that helps you gain access to the leverage of energy and the power of the universe. It's great for when you have a lot do and you feel overwhelmed. You may feel like there is more to do than you have time for. That's the perfect time to reach for the placemat process.

Abraham first described the placemat process to Esther one day when she had a lot to do and was stressing out about it. She did the first placemat process on a placemat, and that's where it got it's name from!

Don't worry, you don't need a placemat to do this. All you need is a piece of paper and a pen. Draw a line down the middle of the piece of paper and write on the left side "Things I will do today" and on the right side "Things I would like the Universe to do today"

Just like this...

First, pick a few things off your to do list that you will absolutely do today. Just a few things that you know you will be able to do. Don't put too many things because you definitely want to make sure you have time to do everything on the list. You can't do everything today so just pick the most important things.

And then put everything else from your to do list on the Universes side. What this will do is it will help you focus on all the things you need to do with less resistance. You don't feel short of time anymore because you know you have time for everything on your list. And because you have released resistance you will feel eager to do the things on your list.

More importantly you will do the things on your side easily and you will feel good about your accomplishments. And many of the things on the Universes side will resolve themselves and you will have tapped into the non-action leverage and power of the Universe.

You don't have to get it all done yourself, the Universe is always there to help and now that you know how to do the placemat process, you have access to that help anytime you want.

What do you think of the placemat process? Have you tried it before?

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