Emotional Guidance Scale

The premise of the Abraham-Hicks Emotional Guidance Scale (EGS) is that you can get into a higher vibration more easily and sustainably if you do so incrementally. Going from worry to optimism might be too far a reach, however, worry ro doubt or pessimism is ripe with possibility. From there, your view might include contentment or hopefulness, which is much closer to enthusiasm.

 

Don’t rush it. Feel the feelings of each “rung” of the EGS ladder that you climb atop and allow it organically unfold.

 

 

The Emotional Guidance Scale

 

1. 

Joy/Appreciation/Empowered/Freedom/Love 

2. 

Passion 

3. 

Enthusiasm/Eagerness/Happiness 

4. 

Positive Expectation/Belief 

5. 

Optimism 

6. 

Hopefulness 

7. 

Contentment 

8. 

Boredom 

9. 

Pessimism

10. 

Frustration/Irritation/Impatience 

11. 

Overwhelment 

12. 

Disappointment 

13. 

Doubt 

14. 

Worry 

15. 

Blame 

16. 

Discouragement 

17. 

Anger 

18. 

Revenge 

19. 

Hatred/Rage 

20. 

Jealousy 

21. 

Insecurity/Guilt/Unworthiness 

22. 

Fear/Grief/Depression/Despair/Powerlessness

From the book “Ask and It is Given”, pg. 114

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