I created a tool that was inspired by Esther and Jerry Hicks in their book, Ask and it is Given, The Teachings of Abraham.
I named the tool Climb the Ladder because by using it, I and my clients are able to use it to quickly climb to an empowered state before taking actions or making decisions.
What we attract in our lives reflects our mental focus and the impact that focus has on our emotions and our energy.
When worried, stressed, angry, fearful or resigned, our decisions and actions are reactions to the conditions that brought about these emotional states. Reactions are automatic and reflect our conditioning (beliefs).
Last weekend I was hiking with friends and reached a summit with a beautiful view. From this vantage point I could see the path I had traveled as well as all of the possible paths ahead. The view was broad and expansive. A few minutes later, as I descended the hill, my view was limited to the trees and rocks and terrain within 100 yards. While there was still plenty to take in, I had lost the perspective that the high summit provided. But because of the view at the top, I knew where I was going and had a plan to get there.
It’s easy to get caught up in the mundane as well as the dramatic and everything in between. Easy to lose sight of the bigger picture.
By elevating my perspective, I find I make much better decisions and take actions informed by wisdom.
The Climb the Ladder tool is designed to quickly achieve a broader view and a more empowered mental and emotional state.