Simply put, segmenting is awesome for deliberate creation. Segmenting is an Abraham-Hicks process I use to keep a high-vibrating, easy flow to my day. It helps me to feel that I’m fully participating in my deliberate creation, while also helping me to not stress about what I want and when it’s coming.
Here’s the quick and easy way to segment your day:
- In the morning, set a verbal and emotional intention for what you want and how you want to feel, during the first part of your day. For instance, you might want to see more money in your bank account. Verbally express that, while also feeling how it will feel when you see that money in your account. (mm-mm good.)
- Then, when a natural end to the first portion of your day ends, set another intention. For example, let’s say the first portion of your day was showering, getting dressed and preparing breakfast. Then, you want to go out and run some errands. Once you’ve finished breakfast, that is the end to the first portion of your day. Before you head out to run errands, the second portion of your day, set a verbal and emotional intention of what you want and how you want to feel, in the second part of your day.
- Once the second portion of your day is complete, set another intention for the next part of your day. And so on.
This is a very powerful process that works. The simplest processes are the most powerful.