A 30-Day (Personal Development) Challenge, Day 16: Jerry and Esther Hicks Emotional Guidance Scale

Hey there gals and guys, girls and boys. How’re you? Welcome back to my 30-day personal development challenge/case study. Before starting Day 16, you may have a look at my Day 15 activities and findings (if any). On this fine Day 16, I was musing about Jerry and Esther Hicks emotional guidance scale, which you can find in their book Ask and It Is Given.

Won’t Go Through The Entire List…

I won’t be going through the entire list. Instead, I’ll just put down the main points of my musings here, but not to worry because I’ll include roughly the range of emotions that we can experience as human beings from the very worse to the very best.

Another way to know more about the emotional guidance scale (besides getting the book of course) is to listen to Abraham Hicks on YouTube. You just have to find the ones where she mentions them. Abraham Hicks is, of course, the name we give to Esther Hicks when she channels Abraham or Source through her to speak to us. That requires some crazy good vibration, to channel Source.

OK, Let’s Get Started…

So the range of emotions that a human being is able to go through is very wide. From fear/grief/depression/despair to guilt to jealousy to hatred/rage to revenge to doubt to being overwhelmed to pessimism to boredom to being content to hopefulness to belief to passion to joy/freedom/love/appreciation.

I have left out certain emotions in the middle, and also please bear in mind that certain people may interpret a given word differently. For example, say you’ve never, or forgotten what it’s like to experience joy. What comes to mind when you hear the word? You could be thinking of being content. So just take this as a rough guide.

What’s important is that we choose the best-feeling thoughts that are available to us at any given moment. So now you know roughly how the emotions stack up. Say you’re in doubt about something. Ask yourself what you can think of right now to feel better? Or do this: ask yourself what could you have (assuming it can magically appear in front of you right now) that will make you feel a whole lot better?

So maybe you think about having what you want: “Wouldn’t it be great if I can visit this country now? Wouldn’t it be great if I could be here and see this amazing scenery that travel blogs advise to see at least once before we die? There have been (seemingly) wise teachers or gurus who are convinced that the law of attraction works, so maybe it does and I can manifest what I want just by thinking about it and feeling good. Maybe if I can see myself there right now, then I will find myself there despite this Covid-19 situation happening around the world right now. So now you may be feeling hopefulness. But you know you can do better. For example, you could still reach for belief or appreciation according to the emotions scale. So ask yourself “What can I do or think of to get there?

Perhaps you begin to appreciate being at your place or country of choice, even though you’re not physically there yet. “How wonderful it is to ride a horse! Oh, look at those cute calves! Look at that golden retriever playing gently with those baby bunnies. AHHHH… CUTENESS OVERLOAD!” Perhaps you can appreciate being on this good earth and appreciate the law of attraction, by which you can manifest anything you could want, and appreciate the fact that you can have the emotional manifestation right at this moment.

Till The Next Time, Girls and Boys!

Cheerio from me here. Thank you for accompanying me on this meaningful (if I do say so myself) quest of mine. Let me know below should you have any questions or comments, and I shall reply you as soon as I can. Stay safe, keep entertained, and always feel brilliant. Till the next time, everybody, thanks a lot!

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