The Way to Easy World

choosing easy world“I choose to live in easy world, where everything is easy.”

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 theΒ 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 readingΒ the whole book. Here you go, Dad. Easy peasy. Β πŸ™‚

PS – here’s a follow up post about walking the line between easy and effort as inspired by Nneka’s question below …

  • March 23, 2014
  • Jacqueline says:

    Perfect timing because I am tired of struggling so I’m of to easy world right now! Jeeeejjj!

  • Nneka, I think that question deserves a post all on its own.
    Thanks for the inspiration. πŸ™‚
    Posted for input now:

  • Hi Jeannette, I’m walking a line now between ease and effort.
    On the one hand, I’ve undertaken some endeavors, like running, that take effort. I’m having a BALL with it!!!
    At the same time, I know the value of alignment. I know ease. I know allowing. And, I LOVE that.
    So, my question is, do you walk a line between ease and effort? Or is it all ease?
    In either case, how does it look for you?

  • I so appreciate Julie Masters mentioning the book Choosing Easy World on a GVU call, and all the amazing stories that are being shared in the GVU Forums. Such vibelifters!
    Just heard someone say, in relation to invoking Easy World: Put On Your BRA (Breathe, Relax, Allow)! Love that. Now, even men can put on a bra πŸ˜‰ LOL!
    Many blessings,

  • Katy says:

    I loved reading this the other night while settling in for bed…reading on my iphone didn’t do it justice πŸ˜‰ – Now that I’ve come back to revisit your post Jeannette and read the comments I have also just purchased the book and am looking forward to stepping into my ‘Easy World’ πŸ™‚ Isn’t it funny that my entire life I’ve always felt life in general was meant to be easier then ‘this’ <— , substitute any situation or way of thinking that doesn't or didn't serve. And lo and behold I found LOA and now more pieces of the puzzle keep filling in, now with this lovely concept of Easy World! I'm excited to start practicing a bit today 'stepping' into it more often. (Thanks Deborah and Susann for more of a visual)
    And I have to laugh as I say to myself, Easy World, I keep coming back to one of my favorite movies, National Lampoons Vacation with Chevy Chase. Wally World lol – hey they had their own private experience to enjoy when they finally arrived. But maybe we don't have to wait and can get to our version even 'Easier" πŸ™‚ Thanks Jeannette!

  • Paige says:

    Umm yeah!! Easy World is simply amazing. I devoured the book also and have since downloaded Julia’s meditation and am invoking Easy World every day, many times a day.
    So much joy, ease, and excitement in Easy World.
    Highly recommend it to anyone.
    Sending love,

  • Looking forward to your report, Terry!
    Namaste, I think you’re in for a treat. πŸ™‚

  • Namaste says:

    Just bought the book on Amazon (thanks for the link). My hope is this book will help me figure out how to allow more of the challenges/problems I enjoy in life and let go of the ones I don’t.
    Some where along the line I picked up the belief that life without lots of challenges/problems would be mind numbingly boring. I’m sure a part of that comes from consuming so much traditional self-development info, in my late teens and twenties, that touted self-discipline, hard work, suppressing your emotions, enduring suffering etc as the secrets to success.
    I’ve definitely let go of a lot of those old beliefs but I still have a few of them that I’m figuring out. I get a lot of satisfaction out of overcoming challenges/problems and I’m hesitant to let them go. Excited to see what new insights this book brings. Thanks!

  • Terry says:

    The book is on its way to me, Jeannette. Can’t wait to let you know how much I love my results!

  • Since discovering Easy World thanks to the fabulous folks over at GVU, I have devoured the original book and her 1st magic lessons and loved them both.
    I think I’m just going through a whole shift/detox of sorts because I’ve mainly been tuckered out this past week – and just going with that.
    However, one thing I’ve noticed is that even though I’m still doing my job, it hasn’t felt as tedious. I haven’t been as resistant to it, which is saying a lot.
    I like to think that softening my resistance to my job means I’m on my way out of Difficult World more and about to make a more stable and permanent move to EW.
    Also, I love what Susann said about imagining it as a parallel Universe and taking a physical step to the side to get into EW. I’m definitely going to use that tip!

  • Thanks for that, Gillian! πŸ™‚
    And Stacy, I suspect you’ve got a wonderful transformation in the works.

  • ^^^ Me too, Susann! I visualize stepping into EW a little bit differently, but it’s essentially the same thing. I can *feel* EW right THERE, brushing up against my DW reality. And I just relax and allow myself to be taken into it.
    This is actually a daily/hourly/sometimes-by-the-minute mantra for me now: I choose to live in Easy World where everything is easy — including THIS THING, whatever-it-is. I feel like my life is shifting before my eyes! πŸ˜‰

  • Susann says:

    Oh, I am SO glad to find Julia’s work highlighted here. I found the book 2 years ago and it just clicked with me — you know how you can read something about LOA & it’s like a foreign language, and then something else just rings your bell? This one rang mine BIG time. It sounds so simple & corny (with loving apologies to Julia!) but, man, does it ever work! On big stuff and small. And fast.
    And I’ll pass along my personal tip.
    I envision Easy World as a parallel Universe sitting along side my “current” universe. When I want to shift into EW, I stop & take that deep breath or two. Then I state (out loud or silently)something along the lines of: “okay, I can go on like this, OR I can just let it be easy in EW.” The actual words vary depending on what it is I’m working with. But the feeling I have is one of releasing and letting go of drama &/or “hard” completely. It can be hard, or it can be easy. And I choose easy.
    Then I **physically** take a step to one side. Sounds nuts, but it seems to trigger my brain into taking this vibrational shift seriously.
    Silly example? Me in the grocery store trying to find on-sale olive oil. Not anywhere to be seen, and no staff around. I’m irritated (it’s in the flyer!), stop, invoke EW (silently), take my step sideways, imagining myself actually stepping into this parallel Universe. Open my eyes. Still no magical appearance of oil, but there WAS a store employee turning into the aisle with a stocking cart. I asked her about the oil, and she said, “Oh, I guess we’re out — I have more right here.” She went to the cart, opened a carton — and handed me my bottle of olive oil. And it’s just that easy.

  • Gillian says:

    I wish you to become a bestselling author on Easy LOA, Jeannette!! Hugs!

  • Ah, that’s lovely to hear, Jessica!
    And Susann, I’ve heard the power of that “step left” thing before. (I think I had an assistant who learned it at EST decades ago, maybe?) Anyway, I totally get that! And combining it with Easy World feels exceptionally powerful. Thanks for sharing it here.

  • Jessica says:

    Jeanette, I am loving your new ebook. Its so funny that you wrote this because just this morning when I was reading your ebook I thought, “Wow, I totally forgot manifesting can be so easy!”

  • Love that, Deborah! “Try it this way; adapt as inspired.” Fun AND easy! πŸ™‚

  • “Julia’s Easy World (not a) process” — hahah!! She has a real point of view about this! But I think the whole point of “easy” anything is: “Try it this way. Adapt as inspired.”
    Love this post. πŸ˜‰

  • Janette says:

    I do so love it when I manifest you writing the perfect blog post. Heheh.
    This is perfectly timed for two reasons. First, I have just successfully dealt with a long-standing old vibe nicknamed Oliver Cromwell (puritanical, hard work ethic, dour, grim, fun’s immoral – you can imagine). In the past “Easy” would’ve had Olly on the rampage, but the fact that I met this in my Inbox with pure elation and joy indicates Olly’s left the building. After over five decades, I kid you not. Woohoo!!! Thank you for the awesome evidence!
    Second, it’s Monday morning and I’ve promised myself that from now on, Mondays are dedicated to easy. And look, here you are writing JUST FOR ME!
    So thank you, my friend. Looking forward to a fun rest-of-the-day reading the book!!

  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks Daughter

  • kim Falconer says:

    I haven’t read the book, just this post and so far, it worked like magic on a ‘small thing’ that was, prior to easy world evocation, tying itself up in knots!
    It took about 5 seconds to show new, easy results.
    Welcome to Easy World – let’s make the movie!

  • I have to admit I was a little surprised at how POWERFUL it was – and so fast! That was super cool!
    I wonder how much of that had to do with the fact that I read the book. I mean, it’s like pray rain journaling – you don’t have to read the book to know how to use it. But I’d love to hear from those of you who play with it who haven’t read the book to see if you love your results, too.

  • kim Falconer says:

    Love this, Jeannette. Thank you!
    I’m shooting off to Easy World right now!

  • JG. says:

    Me likes this!…

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