The Way to Easy World
Then Breathe, Relax, Allow and Enjoy.
Those are the directions Julia Rogers Hamrick offers anyone who wants to give up struggle and take an easier path to manifesting what you want.
When Julie Masters mentioned the book at GVU’s LOA book club earlier this year, she inspired several other members to start playing with this process. (Which I should note the author says it isn’t a process.)
After hearing everyone’s successes with Easy World, I decided to play along.
And was very quickly impressed. Here’s one example of why:
I received a big bill in the mail that I wasn’t expecting and didn’t want to pay. Yes, I had authorized services, but I thought we were already square after my last payment.
As I debated the consequences of not paying, I realized I needed a vibe shift if this was going to work out.
So I practiced the vibration of “It’s handled.” (Thank you, Olivia Pope, for that foothold.)
Then I emailed the person in charge to say, hey, this can’t be right, right?
Got an email back that didn’t look promising for an easy resolution.
That’s when I decided to invoke Easy World.
“I choose to live in easy world, where everything is easy. Including happy resolution of big bills.”
Breathe, relax, allow and enjoy.
Four hours later I got a new email from the person in charge saying, “Don’t pay that bill until we review your records, something appears to be wrong with the billing.”
Ha! That was easy!
This is my kind of manifesting!
It seems to be an effective way to shift focus and enhance allowing. It’s got all the elements of powerful aligning, including that it’s fun and easy to engage. (And if you’re familiar with quantum leaps of parallel realities, it’ll make total sense to you.)
It worked yesterday in getting to a movie on time (despite that we arrived 15 minutes after start time). It worked last night when there didn’t seem to be anything good for dinner. It worked recently when I needed to remedy a scheduling conflict with love interests. It worked when I launched a new ebook and wanted to see a certain amount of sales. I predict it will serve me well when I do taxes next month. I’m definitely bringing it with when I deliver the keynote at the Consciousness Expo this weekend.
Last week as I arrived for a lunch date with dad, he said, “Hey, you’re right on time!” Which isn’t always the case and was something of a miracle considering how slow I was getting out the door.
But I said that’s because on the way I chose to live in easy world, where everything is easy, including arriving right on time for lunch dates!
I explained Julia’s Easy World (not a) process and promised to send the magic formula, since he wasn’t interested in reading the whole book. Here you go, Dad. Easy peasy. :)
PS – here’s a follow up post about walking the line between easy and effort as inspired by Nneka’s question below …