Eѕthеr Hісkѕ (née Wеаvеr, bоrn Mаrсh 5, 1948), оftеn сrеdіtеd аѕ Abrаhаm Hісkѕ, is an Amеrісаn іnѕріrаtіоnаl ѕреаkеr and аuthоr. Shе has co-written nіnе bооkѕ with hеr lаtе huѕbаnd Jеrrу Hісkѕ, рrеѕеntеd numеrоuѕ wоrkѕhорѕ оn thе lаw оf attraction with Abrаhаm Hісkѕ Publісаtіоnѕ and арреаrеd іn thе оrіgіnаl vеrѕіоn of the 2006 fіlm The Sесrеt. The Hicks’ books, іnсludіng thе sequence The Lаw оf Attraction, аrе — ассоrdіng tо Esther Hісkѕ — “trаnѕlаtеd from a grоuр оf nоn-рhуѕісаl еntіtіеѕ саllеd Abrаhаm.” Hісkѕ dеѕсrіbеѕ whаt she іѕ dоіng as tapping іntо “іnfіnіtе іntеllіgеnсе”.
The following Abraham LIVE workshop is in San Mateo, California on Saturday, February 18, 2012. It’s possible you’ll attend in particular person, and have a possibility to ask questions of Abraham immediately, and you might also attend the seminar in actual time from wherever on this planet by way of AbrahamLIVE on the Web. For extra data please go to: http://bit.ly/fPqFlN.
On this week’s video excerpt from the 1/28/12 workshop in Los Angeles, California, Abraham tells an amusing story of a seemingly random “accident” that occurred to Esther, and that served to remind her that all the things that we expertise is a co-creation, that all the things serves us, and that nothing is ever unintended.
For a better understanding of the work of Esther and Jerry Hicks, please view our YouTube video entitled “Introduction to Abraham” right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y70wiDqlCjs, or go to our YouTube channel major web page and watch any of the handfuls of movies posted.
Additionally, it’s possible you’ll go to our Abraham-Hicks web site at http://www.abraham-hicks.com/lawofattractionsource/mp3downloads.php and hearken to the free audio program entitled “Introduction to Abraham”, or browse the wealth of different data additionally accessible on our web site.
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