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 Abraham-Hicks – Interview With Reid Tracy, The Evolution of the Law of Attraction

Abraham-Hicks - Interview With Reid Tracy, The Evolution of the Law of Attraction
TRACY: All right, well, thank you, Esther, so much for coming to be part of the Hay House World
Summit. I’m excited because we’re here in Louise’s ofce.
HICKS: I thought that’s where we were.[Laughter]
TRACY: Which is how we all got together. Louise was a big fan of Abraham and— 
HICKS: Yeah. TRACY: —and she used to come and see you and Jerry every year, or twice a year, even, when you were
in San Diego, and it was nally, she said, Reid, I want you to come and meet Esther, and we were able
to work together and get your books out there and kind of help spread the word all over the world. So— 



HICKS: I remember all of that vividly. It was thrilling to us, yeah. 
TRACY: Yeah, well, it was so exciting. And so, I know later we’re going to get to talk to Abraham
HICKS: Yeah — [Laughter] HICKS: Sooner, sooner than you— [Laughter]
TRACY: And I know that you’re always, you love to get Abraham in, so Esther can go away.
HICKS: Oh, yeah— [Laughter]
TRACY: But I know that you personally have been listening to Abraham, obviously, you don’t necessarily
know what Abraham is saying while you’re getting asked the questions, but you denitely listen to Abraham a lot when you’re editing the tapes.
HICKS: You know, I hear them. I hear what they say, so I’m kind of sort of aware as it’s happening. I just don’t know any of the backstory. I don’t know why they’re saying what they’re saying or, yeah— 
TRACY: Oh, okay. Oh, that makes sense, so, but also, I know that, you know, you and Jerry used to always like really try to apply the, what you’re hearing, and— [Laughter]
HICKS: Oh, we don’t live it. We just teach it— 
TRACY: No, you definitely live it. You live it more than any, almost any teachers I know, or maybe any
teachers I know, but you guys really, and you, and I think you’ve seen it work well in your life over thetime— HICKS: Yes, yeah, for sure. TRACY: And are there any like things that you’ve learned that you can share with people, of practices that
you personally do, like, that Esther does to really help stay in the ow and stay . . .
HICKS: You know, through the years, every process is evol-, has evolved because there’s been something
going on. And so they always gave the process to me rst, and then I always really worked at, because I
 believed that, because they’ve never told me anything that didn’t turn out to be exactly right.TRACY: Right.
HICKS: So, when they offer a process, I always do my best to apply it. And recently, they’ve been tellingus that every process that they have ever offered is for one single purpose, and that’s to soothe us, to helpus feel better. And so, I just reach for whatever process makes me feel better at the time. Some of them, ifI’m, it depends on how much momentum I’ve let get going before I’m smart enough to apply a process, because if I catch it quick, then it’s simple. If I, if I let a little momentum go, so it’s not quick, then it takesa different process, and they’ve kind of outlined which processes work best for which emotions. But whatI’ve just learned is just do whatever I can to make myself feel better. RecentlyI’ve been saying to myself, [chuckles] and they’ve been teasing me about it, but I’ve been saying, when I get on a thought that doesn’t feel good, and I’ll just say, well, that was unpleasant. Youknow, and then lately I’ve been saying, well, that was unpleasant and unnecessary, you know, because itisn’t necessary to think unpleasant thoughts. We do have control over what we think about, but, so it’s all about the momentum.
TRACY: And it’s, I guess it’s paying attention to what you’re thinking— 
HICKS: Caring, caring about feeling good.
TRACY: Right.
HICKS: You know, after you’re used to feeling good, you just can’t stand not to. You know, and it doesn’tmean I always do, because sometimes something happens and I have a sort of knee-jerk response to it.And if I have any conversation, then I get going down that path further and it, it surprises me how muchmomentum, negative or positive, can get going so fast. It just doesn’t take, you know, you can just barely be thinking something and almost immediately you’ll interface with somebody that kind of has the samething going. And then, if you engage in a conversation about it, then you’re really off and running.
TRACY: Right.
HICKS: You know, and it can set the whole, the tone for the whole day. So, I try, I don’t always do it, butI try to bask as I go to sleep, so that I kind of get out ahead of it. And then in the morning, I always try to just stay there long enough that I catch good-feeling thoughts before I get going into the day. Jerry used to beg me [chuckles] not to read e-mail until after lunch, because the e-mail is where all of the you-need-to-do-something-about-this comes, so, and we liked to do our creative work in the morning, and so he’d say, please don’t, don’t, but of course, you know, that’s not very practical.
TRACY: Right, it’s hard. It’s tempting. It’s just sitting right there.
HICKS: It’s not very practical. But the idea of it is, if I can get positive momentum going first, Abraham
has been telling us for years an analogy of a merry-go-round in the playground and that you want to geton and the kids have already got it going too fast, and so you can’t get on. It just kind of knocks you offwhen you try. And lately, I’ve been thinking that that merry-go-round that’s really spinning fast is like meand my positive momentum. So if I can get my positive momentum going early, then anything that mightapproach me just bounces off.
TRACY: Right.
HICKS: It’s really, it’s helping me a lot.
TRACY: Wow, that’s amazing.
HICKS: Yeah, yeah.
TRACY: And it, the last time that we got together, you said something that really was, like, had a bigimpact on me. You said that, you know, even though I’ve recently lost Jerry and gone through so much,that I’m still the happiest person I know.
TRACY: And [laughs]— 






HICKS: Well, I am mostly. I am, mostly. I am, yeah.
TRACY: I mean, I think that’s like a big statement, you know, like it just shows, I think, the power of whatAbraham has been teaching and how you’ve applied it. I mean, it’s really, like, it’s an amazing thing, really.
HICKS: I am a little embarrassed to say that I didn’t realize how much my happiness was depending on just observing the good life we were living. So, all these years, Abraham has been giving us all these processes, and I’ve been applying them. But truthfully, I didn’t have to apply anything very hard becauseI was really living happily ever after. So, it wasn’t until something happened that wasn’t so happy.
TRACY: Right.
HICKS: and then I found out these are really good processes.[Laughter]
HICKS: You know, they work. They work if you work them, they work.
TRACY: Right. And are there any of the processes you did that really helped you go, get back to thatfeeling?
HICKS: Well, of course, meditation is a process that everybody knows about, that one helped me really alot. And then, the other process that I use more than any, more than all of the other processes, well, thereare two. The placemat process is really my favorite because my MO is I get overwhelmed because I takeon sometimes more than I have physical time for.
TRACY: Right.HICKS: And so, the placemat process just causes me to identify what it is I really need to do today, and 
TRACY: Can you describe that for everyone? Like, there’s a lot of people that might not have known orheard you and know what the placemat process is, but one of the things we’re really trying to do in theseinterviews is give practical advice for.
 HICKS: Well, that’s what this is, really, the, and I’ll never forget. We were sitting in the Macaroni Grill,the original Macaroni Grill in San Antonio, and they have these, they have paper over the tablecloths andcrayons, and so, and I was overwhelmed and complaining about having too much to do. And Jerry saidwhat he usually said when I was complaining, let’s ask Abraham
HICKS: And so, Abraham just took one of those crayons and just drew a line like down the middle and aline across the top, and on the left side, they wrote, things I will do today, and on the other side they wrote,things I would like the universe to do today.
 TRACY: Wow.
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