Excerpts from the book ‘Ask and It’s Given’ By Esther and Jerry Hicks.
Moods As Indicators of
Your Emotional Self-Points
Your mood is showing you a good representation of what you are inviting into your experience. Your mood, or your general feeling about something, is a clear indication of your practiced vibration.
For example, let us say that when you were a child, your parents experienced severe financial difficulty. And so, the lack of money the inability to purchase desired things was often discussed in the home, with the accompanying emotions of worry and fear. Often in response to your request tor something, you were told that ‘’money doesn’t grow on trees,” and that “just because you want it doesn’t mean you’ll get it,” and that “you, like everyone else in this family should learn to do without. That is just the way that it is….” Be of years of exposure to these thoughts of “lack’, your habit of thought around the subject of money -your Emotional Set-point became one of low expectation of financial success. And so, ever you thought about money or abundance, your mood or; would immediately shift to disappointment, worry, or anger.
Your Emotional Set-Points
Can Be Changed
In the same way that your Emotional Set-points can change from feeling basically good or secure to feeling bad or insecure, your set points can change from not feeling good to feeling good, for your set-points are achieved simply by attention to a subject, and through your practiced thoughts.