Abraham Hicks list
This is a list of emotions from our highest to our lowest. Most peoples goal is to be at the highest. However we are rarely there and most of us find it difficult to get there because we are trying to jump too many levels. As is explained below from the book “ask and it is given”
A scale of your emotions would look something like this:
4. Positive Expectation/Belief.
Here is the way we would apply this powerful process:
When you are aware that you are feeling some rather strong negative emotion, try to identify what the emotion is. Consciously think about whatever is bothering you until you can pinpoint the emotions that you are feeling.
Considering the two extreme ends of this emotional scale, you could ask yourself, Do I feel powerful, or do I feel powerless? While you may not actually be feeling either one of these emotions precisely, you will be able to tell which way your emotional state of being is leaning right now.
So, in this example, if your answer is powerless, then shorten the range that you are considering, and ask yourself, Does it feel more like powerlessness or frustration? Still more like powerlessness. Then shorten the range still further. Does this feel more like powerlessness or worry? As you continue (there is no right or wrong approach to this), eventually you will be able to state with accuracy what you are really feeling about the situation you are addressing. Once you have found your place on the emotional scale, your work is to try to find thoughts that give you a slight feeling of relief from the emotion you are feeling. A process of talking out loud or writing down your thoughts will give you the best reading of the way you are feeling. As you make statements with the deliberate intention of inducing an emotion that gives you a slight feeling of relief, you will begin to release resistance, and you will be able to move up the vibrational scale to a place of feeling much better.
Remember, an improved feeling means a releasing of resistance, and a releasing of resistance means a greater state of allowing what you really want.